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SECO also removes one from Sudan sanctions

Swiss authorities also (I posted the update from the UK earlier today) have removed:

SSID: 190-3082 Name: Shareif Adam
DOB: 1 Jan 1970 POB: El-Fasher Good quality a.k.a.: a) Adam Yacub Shant b) Adam Yacoub Nationality: Sudan Identification document: a) Passport No. P00182993, Sudan, Date of issue: 19 Jul 2010, Expiry date: 18 Jul 2015 b) ID card No. 103-0037-6235, Sudan (as mentioned in the passport)
Justification: a) Sudanese Liberation Army (SLA) Commander. b) SLA soldiers under the command of Adam Yacub Shant violated the cease-fire agreement by attacking a Government of Sudan military contingent that was escorting a convoy of trucks near Abu Hamra, Northern Darfur on Jul 23, 2005, killing three soldiers. After the attack Government military weapons and ammunition were looted. The Panel of Experts has information establishing that the attack by SLA soldiers took place and was clearly organized; consequently it was well planned. It is therefore reasonable to assume, as the Panel concluded, that Shant, as the confirmed SLA Commander in the area, must have had knowledge of and approved or ordered the attack. He therefore bears direct responsibility for the attack and meets the criteria for being listed. Other information: a) Reportedly deceased on 7 Jun 2012. b) Photo available for inclusion in the INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice. Modifications: Amended on 19 Apr 2013, 14 Mar 2018, de-listed on 5 Mar 2021
from their Sudan sanctions list.


FINMA Notice

Data files of updates – PDF, XML

Categories: Sanctions Lists SECO Updates Sudan Sanctions


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