SECO Updates

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22 August 2019 

Financial sanction

Updated sanction message 

The State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) has published an amendment to Annex 2 of the Ordinance of 2 October 2000 on Measures against Persons and Organizations Related to Usama bin Laden, the Al-Qaïda or the Taliban (SR 946.203).

By decision of 20 August 2019, the relevant UN Sanctions Committee amended the list of persons, companies and organizations sanctioned in this context. The change is directly applicable in Switzerland. On 21 August 2019, SECO therefore adapted the SESAM (SECO Sanctions Management) sanction database, which is relevant for Switzerland, and published the adaptation on its website .

Financial Intermediaries are requested to immediately block the relevant assets and to report such business relationships to SECO in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation. Notification to SECO does not release a financial intermediary from reimbursing reports to the Money Laundering Reporting Office without delay if the requirements are fulfilled, in accordance with Art. 9 of the Money Laundering Law.

Earlier today, Swiss regulators updated the following individual listing:

SSID: 10-40887 Foreign identifier: QDi.424 Name: Bah Ag Moussa

DOB: a) 1 Jan 1958 b) 31 Dec 1952 c) 28 Oct 1956 Good quality a.k.a.: a) Ag Mossa b) Ammi Salim Nationality: Mali

Relation: a) Founding member of Ansar Eddine (QE.A.135.13., SSID 10-24350) b) Operational leader of Jama’a Nusrat ul-Islam wa al-Muslimin (JNIM) (QDe.159, SSID 10- 39764) Other information: INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link available. Modifications: Listed on 14 Aug 2019, amended on 20 Aug 2019

made under its Al-Qaida/bin Laden/Taliban counter terrorism sanctions program.

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Updated sanction message

The State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) has published an amendment to Annex 2 of the Ordinance of 2 October 2000 on Measures against Persons and Organizations Related to Usama bin Laden, the Al-Qaïda or the Taliban (SR 946.203).

By decision of 14 August 2019, the relevant UN Sanction Committee amended the list of persons, companies and organizations sanctioned in this context. The change is directly applicable in Switzerland.

On 15 August 2019, SECO therefore adapted the Swiss sanctions database SESAM (SECO Sanctions Management), which was decisive for Switzerland, and published the adaptation on its website .

Financial Intermediaries are requested to immediately block the relevant assets and to report such business relationships to SECO in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation. Notification to SECO does not release a financial intermediary from reimbursing reports to the Money Laundering Reporting Office without delay if the requirements are fulfilled, in accordance with Art. 9 of the Money Laundering Law.

On Friday, Swiss authorities added:

SSID: 10-40870 Foreign identifier: QDi.423 Name: Ali Maychou

DOB: 25 May 1983 POB: Taza, Morocco Good quality a.k.a.: a) Abderahmane al Maghrebi b) Abderrahmane le Marocain Low quality a.k.a.: Abou Abderahmane Sanhaji Address: Mali Nationality: Morocco Identification document: a) Passport No. V06359364, Morocco (Morocco number) b) ID card No. AB704306, Morocco (Morocco identity card)

Relation: a) Member of The Organization of Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (QE.T.14.01., SSID 10-17785) b) Member of Ansar Eddine (QE.A.135.13., SSID 10-24350) c) Member of Jama’a Nusrat ul-Islam wa al-Muslimin (JNIM) (QDe.159, SSID 10-39764) Other information: Physical description: height: 185 cm; weight: 80 kg INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link available. Modifications: Listed on 14 Aug 2019

SSID: 10-40887 Foreign identifier: QDi.424 Name: Bah Ag Moussa

Good quality a.k.a.: a) Ag Mossa b) Ammi Salim Nationality: Mali

Relation: a) Founding member of Ansar Eddine (QE.A.135.13., SSID 10-24350) b) Operational leader of Jama’a Nusrat ul-Islam wa al-Muslimin (JNIM) (QDe.159, SSID 10- 39764) Other information: INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link available. Modifications: Listed on 14 Aug 2019

and amended:

SSID: 10-17293 Foreign identifier: QE.A.2.01. Name: Al-Itihaad Al-Islamiya / AIAI Relation: a) Leadership included Hassan Dahir Aweys (QI.D.42.01., SSID 10-14871) b) Received funds through the Al-Haramain Islamic Foundation (Somalia) (QE.A.72.02., SSID 10-17262) Other information: Reported to have operated in Somalia and Ethiopia and to have merged with Harakat Al-Shabaab Al-Mujaahidiin (Al-Shabaab), which was accepted as an affiliate of Al-Qaida (QE.A.4.01) by Aiman Muhammed Rabi al-Zawahiri (QI.A.6.01) in Feb 2012, and is also subject to the sanctions measures set out in Security Council resolution 1844 (2008) concerning Somalia and Eritrea (see http://www.un.org/sc/committees/751/index.shtmlhttps://www.un.org/sc/suborg/en/sanctions/751). Leadership included Hassan Abdullah Hersi Al-Turki and Hassan Dahir Aweys (QI.D.42.01.).). AIAI has received funds through the Al-Haramain Islamic Foundation (Somalia) (QE.A.72.02). Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 21 Jun 20102010. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link available. Modifications: Amended on 19 Apr 2013, 8 Feb 2019, 14 Aug 2019

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Earlier today, Swiss authorities updated 54 individuals listed under the Syrian sanctions program and delisted the following persons:

SSID: 200-12029 Name: Fahid Al-Jassim

Title: Lieutenant General Good quality a.k.a.: Fahd

Justification: Chief of Staff. Military official involved in the violence in Homs. Modifications: Amended on 6 Nov 2013, 19 Jan 2016, de-listed on 13 Aug 2019

SSID: 200-12084 Name: Ahmed Yousef Jarad

Title: Brigadier General Good quality a.k.a.: a) Ahmad b) Youssef c) Jarrad Justification: Ordered troops to shoot at protestors in Deraa, including the use of machine guns and anti-aircraft guns. Other information: Commander of 132nd Brigade. Modifications: Amended on 6 Nov 2013, 19 Jan 2016, de-listed on 13 Aug 2019

SSID: 200-12129 Name: Mohsin Makhlouf

Title: Brigadier General

Justification: Gave orders to troops to shoot at protestors in Al-Herak. Modifications: Amended on 6 Nov 2013, 19 Jan 2016, de-listed on 13 Aug 2019

SSID: 200-12142 Name: Suheil Salman Hassan

Title: Major General Good quality a.k.a.: Suhail

Justification: Gave orders to troops to shoot at the protesters in Deraa Governorate. Other information: Commander of 5th Division. Modifications: Amended on 6 Nov 2013, 19 Jan 2016, de-listed on 13 Aug 2019

SSID: 200-22423 Name: Omran Ahed Al Zu’bi

DOB: 27 Sep 1959 POB: Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic Good quality a.k.a.: Al Zoubi (Al Zo’bi, Al Zou’bi)

Justification: Former Minister of Information in power after May 2011. As a former Government Minister, shares responsibility for the regime’s violent repression against the civilian population. Modifications: Amended on 6 Nov 2013, 19 Jan 2016, 16 Jun 2017, de- listed on 13 Aug 2019

SSID: 200-22447 Name: Mohammad Turki Al Sayed

Justification: Former Minister of Industry. As a former Government Minister shares responsibility for the regime’s violent repression against the civilian population.

Modifications: Amended on 6 Nov 2013, 23 Jun 2014, 19 Jan 2016, de-listed on 13 Aug 2019

SSID: 200-30629 Name: Wael Abdulkarim

DOB: 30 Sep 1973 POB: Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic Good quality a.k.a.: Al Karim Address: Al Karim for Trade and Industry, P.O.Box 111, Damascus, 5797, Syrian Arab Republic

Justification: Leading businessperson operating in Syria in the oil, chemicals and manufacturing industries. Specifically, he represents Abdulkarim Group, a.k.a Al Karim Group/Alkarim for Trade and Industry/Al Karim Trading and Industry/Al Karim for Trade and Industry. Abdulkarim Group is a leading manufacturer of lubricants, greases and industrial chemicals in Syria. Relation: Represents Abdulkarim Group (SSID 200-29931) Other information: POB: Damascus, Syria (of Palestinian origin) Modifications: Listed on 18 Mar 2015, amended on 3 Jun 2015, 19 Jan 2016, 10 Jun 2016, 11 Oct 2016, de-listed on 13 Aug 2019

SSID: 200-36669 Name: Isam Zahr Al-Din

Title: Brigadier General DOB: 1961 POB: Tarba, As-Suwayda province, Syrian Arab Republic Good quality a.k.a.: a) Issam (Essam) b) Zuhair (Zaher) c) Eldin (al-Deen) d) Isam Zohruddin e) Issam Zahruddin f) Issam Zahreddine g) Essam Zahruddin h) Nafed Assadllah

Justification: Holds the rank of Brigadier General, a senior officer in the Republican Guard, in post after May 2011. As a senior military officer he is responsible for the violent repression against the civilian population, including during the siege of Baba Amr in February 2012. Modifications: Listed on 3 Aug 2017, amended on 3 Oct 2017, de-listed on 13 Aug 2019

and entities:

SSID: 200-12600 Name: Drex Technologies Holding S.A.

Address: 17, rue Beaumont, Luxembourg, L-1219 (formerly established at this address) Justification: The beneficial owner of Drex Technologies Holding S.A. is Rami Makhlouf, already subject to sanctions for providing financial support to the Syrian regime. Relation: Beneficial owner is Rami Makhlouf (SSID 200-11672) Other information: Registered in Luxembourg under number B77616. Modifications: Amended on 19 Jan 2016, de-listed on 13 Aug 2019

SSID: 200-29931 Name: Abdulkarim Group

Good quality a.k.a.: a) Al Karim for Trade and Industry b) Al Karim Group Address: Damascus, 5797

Justification: Abdulkarim Group is an internationally recognised Syrian conglomerate that is associated with Wael Abdulkarim, who is listed as a leading businessperson operating in Syria. Relation: Associated with Wael Abdulkarim (SSID 200-30629) Modifications: Listed on 17 Dec 2014, amended on 20 Jul 2017, de-listed on 13 Aug 2019

SSID: 200-30737 Name: DK Group

Good quality a.k.a.: a) DK Group Sarl b) DK Middle East & Africa Regional Office Address: a) DK Middle East & Africa Regional Office, Peres Lazaristes Center, No. 3, 5th Floor, Emir Bachir Street, Beirut Central District, Bachoura Sector, Beirut, Lebanon b) Azarieh Building – Block 03, 5th Floor, Beirut, Lebanon c) Azarieh Street – Solidere – Downtown, P.O.Box 11-503, Beirut, Lebanon

Justification: a) DK Group supplies new banknotes to the Central Bank of Syria. b) DK Group therefore provides support to the regime. Due to this supply relationship, it is also associated with a designated entity, the Central Bank of Syria. Relation: Supplier Central Bank of Syria (SSID 200-12534, supplies new banknotes to the Central Bank of Syria) Modifications: Listed on 18 Mar 2015, amended on 19 Jan 2016, de-listed on 13 Aug 2019

Here is the FINMA Notice:

Updated sanction message

The Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research WBF has published an amendment to Annex 7 of the Ordinance of 8 June 2012 on Measures against Syria (SR 946.231.172.7).

On 12 August 2019, the Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research WBF amended the list of persons, companies and organizations sanctioned in this context. The change is directly applicable in Switzerland. The WBF has therefore adjusted the Swiss sanctions database SESAM (SECO Sanctions Management), which is relevant for Switzerland, and published the adaptation on its website . The change will take effect on August 13, 2019 at 6:00 pm.

 

Financial Intermediaries are requested to immediately block the relevant assets and to report such business relationships to SECO in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation. Notification to SECO does not release a financial intermediary from reimbursing reports to the Money Laundering Reporting Office without delay if the requirements are fulfilled, in accordance with Art. 9 of the Money Laundering Law.

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News

07 August 2019 

International sanction

Updated sanction message

The State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) has published an amendment to the Ordinance of 28 March 2018 on measures against Venezuela (SR 946.231.178.5).

By decision of 5 August 2019, the relevant EU Sanctions Committee amended the list of persons, companies and organizations sanctioned in this context. The change is directly applicable in Switzerland. On 7 August 2019, SECO therefore adjusted the Swiss sanctions database SESAM (SECO Sanctions Management), which was relevant for Switzerland, and published the adaptation on its website . This change will take effect at 18:00.

Financial Intermediaries are requested to immediately block the relevant assets and to report such business relationships to SECO in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation. Notification to SECO does not release a financial intermediary from reimbursing reports to the Money Laundering Reporting Office without delay if the requirements are fulfilled, in accordance with Art. 9 of the Money Laundering Law.

And here are the amended listings:

SSID: 290-38374 Name: Néstor Luis Reverol Torres

Sex: M DOB: 28 Oct 1964

Justification: Minister for Interior, Justice and Peace; former Commander General of the Bolivarian National Guard. Responsible for serious human rights violations and repression of the democratic opposition in Venezuela, including the prohibition and repression of political demonstrations. Modifications: Listed on 28 Mar 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-38379 Name: Gustavo Enrique González López

Sex: M DOB: 2 Nov 1960

Justification: Reappointed as Head of the Bolivarian National Intelligence Service (SEBIN). ResponsibleSEBIN) on 30 Apr 2019. Formerly Security and Intelligence Adviser for the President’s office from 8 Jan 2019 to 30 Apr 2019 and Head of SEBIN until Oct 2018. As Head of SEBIN, responsible for serious human rights violations (including arbitrary detention, inhuman and degrading treatment, and torture) and repression of civil society and the democratic opposition in Venezuela. Modifications: Listed on 28 Mar 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-38384 Name: Tibisay Lucena Ramírez

Sex: W DOB: 26 Apr 1959

Justification: President of the National Electoral Council (Consejo Nacional Electoral – CNE). Her actions and policies have undermined democracy and the rule of law in Venezuela, including by facilitating the establishment of the Constituent Assembly by failing to ensure that the CNE remains an impartial and independent institution in accordance with the Venezuelan Constitution. Modifications: Listed on 28 Mar 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-38389 Name: Antonio José Benavides Torres

Sex: M DOB: 13 Jun 1961

Justification: Chief of the Capital District (Distrito Capital) GovernmentGovernment until Jan 2018. General Commander of the Bolivarian National Guard until 21 Jun 2017. Involved in repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Venezuela, and responsible for serious human rights violations committed by the Bolivarian National Guard under his command. His actions and policies as General Commander of the Bolivarian National Guard, including the Bolivarian National Guard taking the lead in the policing of civilian demonstrations and publicly advocating that military courts should have jurisdiction over civilians, have undermined the rule of law in Venezuela. Modifications: Listed on 28 Mar 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-38394 Name: Maikel José Moreno Pérez

Sex: M DOB: 12 Dec 1965

Justification: President, and former Vice President, of the Supreme Court of Justice of Venezuela (Tribunal Supremo de Justicia). In these roles, he has supported and facilitated the Government’s actions and policies which have undermined democracy and the rule of law in Venezuela, and is responsible for actions and statements that have usurped the authority of the National Assembly. Modifications: Listed on 28 Mar 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-38399 Name: Tarek William Saab Halabi

Sex: M DOB: 10 Sep 1963

Justification: Venezuelan Attorney General appointed by the Constituent Assembly. In this role and previous roles as Ombudsman and President of the Republican Moral Council, he has undermined democracy and the rule of law in Venezuela by publicly supporting actions against opponents of the Government and the withdrawal of competences from the National Assembly. Modifications: Listed on 28 Mar 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-38404 Name: Diosdado Cabello Rondón

Sex: M DOB: 15 Apr 1963

Justification: President of the Constituent Assembly and First Vice President of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV). Involved in undermining democracy and the rule of law in Venezuela, including by using the media to publicly attack and threaten political opposition, other media and civil society. Modifications: Listed on 28 Mar 2018, amended on 16 Nov 2018, 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-39299 Name: Tareck Zaidan El-Aissami Maddah

Sex: M DOB: 12 Nov 1974

Justification: Vice President of Economy and Minister for National Industry and Production. As the former Vice President of Venezuela with oversight of the direction of the Bolivarian National Intelligence Service (SEBIN) Maddah is responsible for the serious human rights violations carried out by the organisation, including arbitrary detention, politically motivated investigations, inhumane and degrading treatment, and torture. He is also responsible for supporting and implementing policies and activities which undermine democracy and the rule of law, including the prohibition of public demonstrations, and heading President Maduro’s “anti-coup command” which has targeted civil society and the democratic opposition. Other information: Vice President of Economy and Minister for National Industry and Production. Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-39305 Name: Sergio José Rivero Marcano

Sex: M DOB: 8 Nov 1964

Justification: General Commander of the Bolivarian National Guard until 16 JanuaryJan 2018. Involved in the repression of civil society and democratic opposition in Venezuela, and responsible for serious human rights violations committed by the Bolivarian National Guard under his command, including the excessive use of force, and the arbitrary detention and abuse of civil society and opposition members. His actions and policies as General Commander of the Bolivarian National Guard, including the Bolivarian National Guard assaulting members of the democratically elected National Assembly and intimidating journalists reporting on the fraudulent elections for the illegitimate Constituent Assembly, have undermined democracy and the rule of law in Venezuela. Other information: Inspector General of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces. Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-39311 Name: Jesús Rafael Suárez Chourio

Sex: M DOB: 19 Jul 1962

Justification: General Commander of the Venezuelan Bolivarian National Army and former Commander of Venezuela’s Comprehensive Defence Region of the Central Zone (REDI Central). Responsible for human rights violations by forces under his command, including the use of excessive force and the mistreatment of detainees. Has targeted the democratic opposition and supported the use of military courts to try civilian protestors. Other information: General Commander of the Bolivarian Army. Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-39317 Name: Iván Hernández Dala

Sex: M DOB: 18 May 1966

Justification: Head of the Directorate-General of Military Counter-Intelligence (DGCIM) since JanuaryJan 2014 and Head of the Presidential Guard since SeptemberSep 2015. As Head of the DGCIM, Iván Hernández Dala is responsible for serious human rights violations and the repression of civil society and democratic opposition committed by members of the DGCIM under his command, including excessive use of force and the ill-treatment of detainees. Other information: Head of Directorate-General of Military Counter-Intelligence. Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-39323 Name: Delcy Eloina Rodríguez Gómez

Sex: W DOB: 18 May 1969

Justification: Vice President of Venezuela, former President of the illegitimate Constituent Assembly and former member of the Presidential Commission for the illegitimate National Constituent Assembly. Her actions on the Presidential Commission and then as President of the illegitimate Constituent Assembly have undermined democracy and the rule of law in Venezuela, including usurping the powers of the National Assembly and using them to target the opposition and prevent them taking part in the political process. Other information: Vice President of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-39329 Name: Elías José Jaua Milano

Sex: M DOB: 16 Dec 1969

Justification: Minister of Popular Power for Education. Former President of the Presidential Commission for the illegitimate National Constituent Assembly. Responsible for undermining democracy and the rule of law in Venezuela through his role in leading the establishment of the illegitimate Constituent Assembly. Other information: Minister of Popular Power for Education. Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-39335 Name: Sandra Oblitas Ruzza

Sex: W DOB: 7 Jun 1969

Justification: Vice President of the National Electoral Council (CNE) and President of the Commission of the Electoral and Civilian Register. Responsible for the CNE’s activities which have undermined democracy in Venezuela, including facilitating the establishment of the illegitimate Constituent Assembly and manipulation of the electoral process. Other information: Vice President of National Electoral Council. Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-39341 Name: Freddy Alirio Bernal Rosales

Sex: M DOB: 16 Jun 1962

Justification: Head of the National Control Centre of the Committee for Local Supply and Production (CLAP) and Commissioner General of SEBIN. Responsible for undermining democracy through manipulation of CLAP programme distributions amongst voters. Additionally, as Commissioner General of SEBIN, he is responsible for SEBIN’s activities which include serious human rights violations such as arbitrary detention. Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-39346 Name: Katherine Nayarith Harrington Padrón

Sex: W DOB: 5 Dec 1971

Justification: Deputy Prosecutor General (also translated as Deputy Attorney General) since July 2017from Jul 2017 until Oct 2018. Appointed Deputy Prosecutor General by the Supreme Court in violation of the Constitution, rather than by the National Assembly. Responsible for undermining democracy and the rule of law in Venezuela, including by initiating politically-motivated prosecutions and failing to investigate allegations of human rights violations by the Maduro regime. Other information: Deputy Prosecutor General (also translated as Deputy Attorney General). Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-39352 Name: Socorro Elizabeth Hernández Hernández

Sex: W DOB: 11 Mar 1952

Justification: Member (Rector) of the National Electoral Council (CNE) and member of the National Electoral Board (JNE). Responsible for the CNE’s activities which have undermined democracy in Venezuela, including facilitating the establishment of the illegitimate Constituent Assembly and manipulation of the electoral process in relation to a cancelled presidential recall election in 2016, postponement of gubernatorial elections in 2016, and the relocation of polling stations at short notice before gubernatorial elections in 2017. Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

SSID: 290-39357 Name: Xavier Antonio Moreno Reyes

Sex: M

Justification: Secretary-General of the National Electoral Council (CNE). Responsible for approving CNE decisions which have undermined democracy in Venezuela, including facilitating the establishment of the illegitimate Constituent Assembly and manipulation of the electoral process. Other information: Secretary-General of the National Electoral Council. Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2018, amended on 7 Aug 2019

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Updated sanction message

The Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research WBF has published an amendment to Annex 7 of the Ordinance of 8 June 2012 on Measures against Syria (SR 946.231.172.7).

On 15 July 2019, the Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research WBF amended the list of persons, companies and organizations sanctioned in this context. The change is directly applicable in Switzerland. On 17 July 2019, the WBF adapted the sanction database SESAM (SECO Sanctions Management), which is relevant for Switzerland, and published the adaptation on its website . The change will take effect on 17 July 2019 at 18.00.

Financial Intermediaries are requested to immediately block the relevant assets and to report such business relationships to SECO in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation. Notification to SECO does not release a financial intermediary from reimbursing reports to the Money Laundering Reporting Office without delay if the requirements are fulfilled, in accordance with Art. 9 of the Money Laundering Act.

Last Thursday, Swiss officials added the following persons:

SSID: 200-40010 Name: Anas Talas

DOB: 25 Mar 1971 Good quality a.k.a.: Talous (Tals, Tuls, Tlass) Nationality: Syrian Arab Republic

Justification: Leading businessperson operating in Syria, with interests and activities in multiple sectors of Syria’s economy. Through his business activities and investments, Anas Talas also benefits from and/or supports the Syrian regime. In 2018 the Talas Group, chaired by Anas Talas, entered into a SYP 23 billion joint venture with Damascus Cham Holding for the construction of Marota City, a regime-backed luxury residential and commercial development. Other information: a) Gender: male b) Position: Chairman of the Talas Group Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40019 Name: Nazir Ahmad JamalEddine

DOB: 1962 Good quality a.k.a.: Mohammed Nationality: Syrian Arab Republic Justification: Leading businessperson operating in Syria with significant investments in the construction industry, including a controlling 90 % stake in Apex Development and Projects LLC, which has entered into a USD 34,8 million joint venture for the construction of Marota City, a regime-backed luxury residential and commercial development. Through his participation in the Marota City development, Nazir Ahmad JamalEddine benefits from and/or supports the Syrian regime. Other information: a) Gender: male b) Position: Cofounder and majority shareholder of Apex Development and Projects LLC and founder of A’ayan Company for Projects and Equipment Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40028 Name: Mazin Al-Tarazi

DOB: Sep 1962 Good quality a.k.a.: Mazen Nationality: Syrian Arab Republic Justification: Leading businessperson operating in Syria, with significant investments in the construction and aviation sectors. Through his investments and activities, Mazin Al-Tarazi benefits from and/or supports the Syrian regime. In particular, Al-Tarazi has concluded a deal with Damascus Cham Holdings for a USD 320 million investment in the construction of Marota City, a regime-backed luxury residential and commercial development; he has also been granted a licence for a private airline in Syria. Other information: a) Gender: male b) Position: Businessperson Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40037 Name: Samer Foz

DOB: May 1973 POB: Latakia, Syrian Arab Republic Good quality a.k.a.: a) Samir b) Zuhair c) Fawz Nationality: a) Syrian Arab Republic b) Turkey

Justification: Leading businessperson operating in Syria, with interests and activities in multiple sectors of Syria’s economy, including a regime-backed joint venture involved in the development of Marota City, a luxury residential and commercial development. Samer Foz provides financial and other support to the regime, including funding the Military Security Shield Forces in Syria and brokering grain deals. He also benefits financially from access to commercial opportunities through the wheat trade and reconstruction projects as a result of his links to the regime. Other information: a) Gender: male b) Position: CEO of Aman Group c) Executive President of Aman Group. Subsidiaries: Foz for Trading, Al-Mohaimen for Transportation & Contracting. Aman Group is the private sector partner in Joint Venture Aman Damascus JSC with Damascus Cham Holding, in which Foz is an individual shareholder. Emmar Industries is a joint venture between Aman Group and the Hamisho Group, in which Foz has the majority stake and is the Chairman. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40051 Name: Khaldoun Al-Zoubi

DOB: 1979 Good quality a.k.a.: a) Khaldoon b) al-Zu’bi (Zubi) Nationality: Syrian Arab Republic

Justification: Leading businessperson operating in Syria, with interests and activities in multiple sectors of Syria’s economy; including his roles as Vice President of Aman Holding and majority shareholder of Fly Aman airline. In this capacity, he is linked to Samer Foz. Aman Holding is represented on the board of, and holds a majority stake in, ‘Aman Damascus’, a joint venture in the construction of Marota City, a regime-backed luxury residential and commercial development. Al-Zoubi benefits from and/or supports the regime through his position as Vice President of Aman Holding. Other information: a) Gender: male b) Position: Vice-president of Aman Holding (a.k.a. Aman Group) Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40061 Name: Hussam Al-Qatirji

DOB: 1982 POB: Raqqa, Syrian Arab Republic Good quality a.k.a.: a) Hossam b) Ahmed c) Mohammed (Muhammad) d) al-Katerji Nationality: Syrian Arab Republic

Justification: Leading businessperson operating in Syria, who is also a Member of Parliament for Aleppo. Al-Qatirji supports and benefits from the regime through enabling, and profiting from, trade deals with the regime in relation to oil and wheat. Other information: a) Gender: male b) Position: CEO of Katerji Group (a.k.a. al-Qatirji Company/Qatirji Company/Khatirji Group/Katerji International Group) Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40074 Name: Bashar Mohammad Assi

DOB: 1977 Nationality: Syrian Arab Republic

Justification: Leading businessperson operating in Syria, with interests and activities in multiple sectors of Syria’s economy, including his roles as founding partner of Fly Aman airline and Chairman of the Board of Directors of ‘Aman Damascus’; a joint venture involved in the development of Marota City, a regime-backed luxury residential and commercial development. Assi benefits from and/or supports the regime through his position as Chairman of the Board of Directors of ‘Aman Damascus’. Other information: a) Gender: male b) Position: Chairman of the Board of Directors of ‘Aman Damascus’. Founding partner of Fly Aman Limited Liability airline. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40082 Name: Khaled al-Zubaidi

Good quality a.k.a.: a) Khalid b) Mohammed c) Bassam d) Zubaidi (Zubedi, al-Zubedi) Nationality: Syrian Arab Republic

Justification: Leading businessperson operating in Syria, with significant investments in the construction industry, including a 50 % stake in Zubaidi and Qalei LLC, which is constructing the luxury tourist city Grand Town and to which the regime has granted a 45-year agreement in return for 19-21 % of its revenue. In this capacity he is linked to Nader Qalei. Khaled al- Zubaidi benefits from and/or supports the regime through his business activities, in particular through this stake in the Grand Town development. Other information: a) Gender: male b) Position: Co-owner of Zubaidi and Qalei LLC, Director of Agar Investment Company, General Manager of Al Zubaidi company and Al Zubaidi & Al Taweet Contracting Company, Director and Owner of Zubaidi Development Company, and co-owner of Enjaz Investment Company. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40093 Name: Hayan Mohammad Nazem Qaddour

DOB: 1970 Good quality a.k.a.: a) Hayyan b) bin Mohammed (Mohammed) c) Kaddour Nationality: a) Syrian Arab Republic b) Switzerland Identification document: Passport No. X4662433, Switzerland, Date of issue: 20 Sep 2010, Expiry date: 19 Sep 2020 Justification: Leading businessperson operating in Syria, who holds a 67 % stake in Exceed Development and Investment, which has entered into a USD 17,7 million joint venture for the construction of Marota City, a regime-backed luxury residential and commercial development. Through his participation in the Marota City development, Hayan Mohammad Nazem Qaddour benefits from and/or supports the Syrian regime. Other information: a) Gender: male b) Position: Primary Shareholder of Exceed Development and Investment Company c) NOT SUBJECT TO TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 17(1) Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40104 Name: Maen Rizk Allah Haykal

Good quality a.k.a.: a) Heikal b) Heikal Bin Rizkallah Nationality: Syrian Arab Republic Justification: Leading businessperson operating in Syria, who holds a 33 % stake in Exceed Development and Investment, which has entered into a USD 17,7 million joint venture for the construction of Marota City, a regime-backed luxury residential and commercial development. Through the participation in the Marota City development, Maen Rizk Allah Haykal benefits from and/or supports the Syrian regime. Other information: a) Gender: male b) Position: Secondary Shareholder of Exceed Development and Investment Company Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40113 Name: Nader Qalei

DOB: 9 Jul 1965 POB: Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic Good quality a.k.a.: Kalai (Kalei) Address: Young Avenue, Halifax, Canada Nationality: Syrian Arab Republic Identification document: a) Passport No. N 010170320, Syrian Arab Republic, Date of issue: 24 May 2015, Expiry date: 23 May 2021 (Issue number: 002-15-L062672) b) ID card No. 010- 40036453, Syrian Arab Republic

Justification: Leading businessperson operating in Syria, with significant investments in the construction industry, including a 50 % stake in Zubaidi and Qalei LLC, which is constructing the luxury tourist city Grand Town and to which the regime has granted a 45-year agreement in return for 19-21 % of its revenue. In this capacity, he is linked to Khaled al-Zubaidi. Nader Qalei benefits from and/or supports the regime through his business activities, in particular through this stake in the Grand Town development. Relation: Associated with Khaled al- Zubaidi (SSID 200-40082) Other information: a) Gender: male b) Position: Majority shareholder of Castle Investment Holding, Co-owner of Zubaidi and Qalei LLC, Chairman of Kalai Industries Management Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40320 Name: al-Rahmoun Mohammad Khaled

Sex: M Title: Major General DOB: 1957 POB: Idleb

Justification: Minister of Interior. Appointed in Nov 2018. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40326 Name: Martini Mohammad Rami Radwan

Sex: M DOB: 1970 POB: Aleppo

Justification: Minister of Tourism. Appointed in Nov 2018. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40333 Name: al-Azab Imad Muwaffaq

Sex: M DOB: 1970 POB: Damascus Countryside

Justification: Minister of Education. Appointed in Nov 2018. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40340 Name: Ibrahim Bassam Bashir

Sex: M DOB: 1960 POB: Hama

Justification: Minister of Higher Education. Appointed in Nov 2018. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40346 Name: Abdullatif Suhail Mohammad

Sex: M DOB: 1961 POB: Lattakia

Justification: Minister of Public Works and Housing. Appointed in Nov 2018. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40353 Name: al-Khatib Iyad Mohammad

Sex: M DOB: 1974 POB: Damascus

Justification: Minister of Communications and Technology. Appointed in Nov 2018. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40359 Name: Zein-al-Abidin Jazba Mohammad Maen

Sex: M DOB: 1962 POB: Aleppo

Justification: Minister of Industry. Appointed in Nov 2018. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

and entities:

SSID: 200-40130 Name: Rawafed Damascus Private Joint Stock Company

Good quality a.k.a.: Rawafid Damascus Private Joint Stock Company (Rawafed (Tributary) Damascus Private Joint Stock Company) Address: Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic Justification: Rawafed Damascus Private Joint Stock Company is a USD 48,3 million joint venture between Damascus Cham Holdings, Ramak Development and Humanitarian Projects, Al-Ammar LLC, Timeet Trading LLC (also referred to as Ultimate Trading Co. Ltd.), and Wings Private JSC. Rawafed supports and/or benefits from the Syrian regime, including through its participation in the regime-backed luxury development Marota City. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40136 Name: Aman Damascus Joint Stock Company

Good quality a.k.a.: Aman Damascus JSC Address: Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic Justification: Aman Damascus Joint Stock Company is a USD 18,9 million joint venture between Damascus Cham Holdings and Aman Group. Through its participation in the regime-backed luxury development Marota City, Aman Damascus supports and/or benefits from the Syrian regime. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40142 Name: Bunyan Damascus Private Joint Stock Company

Good quality a.k.a.: Bunyan Damascus Private JSC Address: Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic

Justification: Bunyan Damascus Private Joint Stock Company is a USD 34,8 million joint venture between Damascus Cham Holdings and Apex Development and Projects LLC and Tamayoz LLC. Through its participation in the regime-backed luxury development Marota City, Bunyan Damascus Private Joint Stock Company supports and/or benefits from the Syrian regime. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40148 Name: Mirza

Address: Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic

Justification: Mirza is a USD 52,7 million joint venture between Damascus Cham Holding and Talas Group. Through its participation in the regime-backed luxury development Marota City, Mirza supports and/or benefits from the Syrian regime. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-40153 Name: Developers Private Joint Stock Company

Good quality a.k.a.: Developers Private JSC Address: Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic Justification: Developers Private Joint Stock Company is a USD 17,7 million joint venture between Damascus Cham Holdings and Exceed Development and Investment. Through its participation in the regime-backed luxury development Marota City, Developers Private Joint Stock Company supports and/or benefits from the Syrian regime. Modifications: Listed on 17 Jul 2019

to its Syria sanctions program.

In addition, the following individual listings:

SSID: 200-11641 Name: Mohammad Ibrahim Al-Sha’ar

Sex: M DOB: 1956 POB: Aleppo, Syrian Arab Republic Good quality a.k.a.: a) Mohamed (Muhammad, Mohammed) b) Al-Chaar (Al-Shaar)

Justification: Former Minister of the Interior in power after May 2011Interior. As a former Government Minister, shares responsibility for the regime’s violent repression ofagainst the Syrian peoplecivilian population. Modifications: Amended on 6 Nov 2013, 19 Jan 2016, 11 Oct 2016, 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-22439 Name: Ali HeidarHadar

Sex: M Title: Dr. Good quality a.k.a.: Haidar (Heydar, Haydar)

Justification: Head of the National Reconciliation Agency and former State Minister for National Reconciliation Affairs. As a former Government Minister, shares responsibility for the regime’sregime’s violent repression against the civilian population. Modifications: Amended on 6 Nov 2013, 19 Jan 2016, 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-28046 Name: Bishr Riyad Yazigi

Sex: M DOB: 1972

Justification: Tourism MinisterFormer Minister of Tourism. As a former Government Minister, shares responsibility for the regime’s violent repression against the civilian population. Modifications: Listed on 5 Aug 2014, amended on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-28055 Name: Hussein Arnous

Sex: M DOB: 1953 Good quality a.k.a.: Arnus

Justification: Public WorksWater Resources Minister. As a Government Minister, shares responsibility for the regime’s violent repression against the civilian population. Modifications: Listed on 5 Aug 2014, amended on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-29846 Name: Mohammad Walid Ghazal

Sex: M DOB: 1951 POB: Aleppo, Syrian Arab Republic

Justification: Former Minister of Housing and Urban Development since 27 Aug 2014Development. As a former Government Minister, shares responsibility for the regime’s violent repression against the civilian population. Modifications: Listed on 17 Dec 2014, amended on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-35212 Name: al-Sabban Bishr

Sex: M Good quality a.k.a.: a) MohammedAl-Sabban Mohammed Bishr b) Al-Sabban Bishr Mazin

Justification: Former Governor of Damascus, who iswas appointed by, and is associated with, Bashar al-Assad. Supports the regime and is responsible for the violent repression against the civilian population in Syria, including engaging in discriminatory practices against Sunni communities within the capital. Relation: Associated with and was appointed by Bashar Al-Assad (SSID 200-11614) Modifications: Listed on 8 Nov 2016, amended on 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-35622 Name: Naddaf Atef

Sex: M DOB: 1956 POB: Damascus Countryside, Syrian Arab Republic

Justification: a) Higher Education MinisterMinister of Internal Trade and Consumer Protection. Appointed in Nov 2018. b) Appointed in July 2016. Modifications: Listed on 9 Dec 2016, amended on 16 Jun 2017, 17 Jul 2019

SSID: 200-35639 Name: Al-Zafir Ali

Sex: M DOB: 1962 POB: Tartous, Syrian Arab Republic Good quality a.k.a.: al-Dafeer Justification: a) Former Minister of Communications and Technology MinisterTechnology. As a former Government Minister, shares responsibility for the regime’s violent repression against the civilian population. b) Appointed in July 2016. Modifications: Listed on 9 Dec 2016, amended on 16 Jun 2017, 17 Jul 2019

and entity listings:

SSID: 200-22985 Name: Commercial Bank of Syria

Address: a) Moawiya St., P.O.Box 2231, Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic (Damascus Branch) b) Yousef Azmeh Square, P.O.Box 933, Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic (Damascus Branch) c) Kastel Hajjarin St., P.O.Box 2, Aleppo, Syrian Arab Republic (Aleppo Branch)

Justification: State-owned bank providing financial support to the regime. Other information: a) SWIFT/BIC: CMSY SYDACMSYSYDA, all offices worldwide [NPWMD]. b) Tel.: +963 11 221 8890, Fax: +963 11 221 6975, E-Mail General management: dir.cbs@mail.sy, Website: http://cbs-bank.sy/En-index.php. Modifications: Amended on 19 Jan 2016, 17 Jul 2019

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12 July 2019 

International sanction

Updated sanction message

The State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) has published an amendment to the Ordinance of 22 November 2017 on measures against the Republic of Mali (SR 946.231.154.1).

By decision of 10 July 2019, the relevant UN Sanctions Committee amended the list of persons, companies and organizations sanctioned in this context. The change is directly applicable in Switzerland. On 11 July 2019, SECO therefore adapted the Swiss sanctions database SESAM (SECO Sanctions Management), which is relevant for Switzerland, and published the adaptation on its website .

Financial Intermediaries are requested to immediately block the relevant assets and to report such business relationships to SECO in accordance with the provisions of the Regulation. Notification to SECO does not release a financial intermediary from reimbursing reports to the Money Laundering Reporting Office without delay if the requirements are fulfilled, in accordance with Art. 9 of the Money Laundering Law.

SECO has therefore added the following 5 individuals:

SSID: 320-40651 Name: Ahmed Ag Albachar

DOB: 31 Dec 1963 POB: Tin-Essako, Kidal region, Mali Good quality a.k.a.: Intahmadou Ag Albachar Address: Quartier Aliou, Kidal, Mali Nationality: Mali Identification document: Other No. 1 63 08 4 01 001 005E, Mali (Mali National identification) Justification: Ahmed Ag Albachar is a prominent businessman and, since early 2018, a special advisor to the Governor of Kidal region. An influential member of the Haut Conseil pour l’unité de l’Azawad (HCUA), belonging to the Ifoghas Tuareg community, Ahmed Ag Albachar also mediates relations between the Coordination des Mouvements de l’Azawad (CMA) and Ansar Dine (QDe.135) Other information: a) President of the Humanitarian Commission of the Bureau Regional d’Administration et Gestion de Kidal b) NOT SUBJECT TO FINANCIAL SANCTIONS ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 2(1)(a) Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2019

SSID: 320-40663 Name: Houka Houka Ag Alhousseini

Title: Cadi DOB: a) 1 Jan 1962 b) 1 Jan 1963 c) 1 Jan 1964 POB: Ariaw, Tombouctou region, Mali Good quality a.k.a.: a) Mohamed Ibn Alhousseyni b) Muhammad Ibn Al- Husayn Low quality a.k.a.: Houka Houka Nationality: Mali

Justification: Houka Houka Ag Alhousseini was appointed by Iyad Ag Ghaly (QDi.316) as the Cadi of Timbuktu in Apr 2012 after the establishment of the jihadist caliphate in northern Mali. Houka Houka used to work closely with the Hesbah, the Islamic police headed by Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi, jailed at the Detention Centre of the International Criminal Court in The Hague since Sep 2016 Other information: NOT SUBJECT TO FINANCIAL SANCTIONS ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 2(1)(a) Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2019

SSID: 320-40677 Name: Mahri Sidi Amar Ben Daha

DOB: 1 Jan 1978 POB: Djebock, Mali Good quality a.k.a.: a) Yoro Ould Daha b) Yoro Ould Daya c) Sidi Amar Ould Daha Low quality a.k.a.: Yoro Address: Golf Rue 708 Door 345, Gao, Mali Nationality: Mali Identification document: Other No. 11262/1547, Mali (Mali National identification)

Justification: Mahri Sidi Amar Ben Daha is a leader of the Lehmar Arab community of Gao and military chief of staff of the pro-governmental wing of the Mouvement Arad de l’Azawad (MAA), associated to the Plateforme des mouvements du 14 juin 2014 d’Alger (Plateforme) coalition Other information: a) Deputy chief of staff of the regional coordination of the Mécanisme opérationnel de coordination (MOC) in Gao b) NOT SUBJECT TO FINANCIAL SANCTIONS ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 2(1)(a) Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2019

SSID: 320-40690 Name: Mohamed Ben Ahmed Mahri

DOB: 1 Jan 1979 POB: Tabankort, Mali Good quality a.k.a.: a) Mohammed Rougi b) Mohamed Ould Ahmed Deya c) Mohamed Ould Mahri Ahmed Daya Low quality a.k.a.: a) Mohamed Rougie b) Mohamed Rouggy c) Mohamed Rouji Address: Bamako, Mali Nationality: Mali Identification document: a) Passport No. AA00272627, Mali b) Passport No. AA0263957, Mali

Justification: Mohamed Ben Ahmed Mahri is a businessman from the Arab Lehmar community in Gao region who previously collaborated with the Mouvement pour l’Unification et le Jihad en Afrique de l’Ouest (MUJAO) (QDe.134) Other information: NOT SUBJECT TO FINANCIAL SANCTIONS ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 2(1)(a) Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2019

SSID: 320-40710 Name: Mohamed Ould Mataly

DOB: 1958 Address: Golf Rue 708 Door 345, Gao, Mali Nationality: Mali Identification document: Passport No. D9011156, Mali

Justification: Mohamed Ould Mataly is the former Mayor of Bourem and current Member of Parliament for Bourem’s constituency, part of the Rassamblement pour le Mali (RPM, President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita’s political party). He is from the Lehmar Arab community and an influential member of the pro-governmental wing of the Mouvement Arad de l’Azawad (MAA), associated to the Plateforme des mouvements du 14 juin 2014 d’Alger (Plateforme) coalition Other information: a) Member of Parliament b) NOT SUBJECT TO FINANCIAL SANCTIONS ACCORDING TO ARTICLE 2(1)(a) Modifications: Listed on 10 Jul 2019

to their Mali sanctions list today.

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01 July 2019 

International sanction

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The State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO) has published an amendment to Annex 1 of the Ordinance of 7 August 1990 on Economic Measures to the Republic of Iraq (SR 946.206).

https://www.seco.admin.ch/seco/de/home/Aussenwirtschaftspolitik_Wirtschaftliche_Zusammenarbeit/Wirtschaftsbeziehungen/exportkontrollen-und-sanktionen/sanktionen-embargos/sanktionsmassnahmen/wirtschaftsmassnahmen-gegenueber-der-republik-irak.html By order of 28. In June 2019, the relevant UN sanction committee amended the list of persons, companies and organizations sanctioned in this context. The change is directly applicable in Switzerland. For this reason, on July 1, 2019, SECO adjusted the sanction database SESAM (SECO Sanctions Management), which is relevant for Switzerland, and published the adaptation on its website.

The following entities were delisted:

SSID: 70-1969 Name: Agricultural National Establishment In Abu-Greib Address: Baghdad International Airport, General Street, Baghdad, Iraq Modifications: De-listed on 28 Jun 2019

SSID: 70-1986 Name: Animal Health Department

Address: Al-Shaikh Omar Street, P.O.Box 22055, Baghdad, Iraq Modifications: De-listed on 28 Jun 2019

SSID: 70-1990 Name: Arab Iraqi Company For Livestock Development Address: P.O.Box 29041, Baghdad, Iraq

Modifications: De-listed on 28 Jun 2019

SSID: 70-2088 Name: General Agricultural Establishment In Dalmag Address: Ahrar, Kut, Iraq

Modifications: De-listed on 28 Jun 2019

SSID: 70-2093 Name: General Agricultural Organization In Khalis Address: Al-Khalis, Diala Muhafadha, P.O.Box 564, Al-Khalis, Iraq Modifications: De-listed on 28 Jun 2019

SSID: 70-2098 Name: General Establishment For State Farms

Address: General Ramadi Street, entrance of Agaruf Street, P.O.Box 21035, Baghdad, Iraq Modifications: De-listed on 28 Jun 2019

SSID: 70-2102 Name: General Establishment For Agricultural Organizations Address: Battawin, P.O.Box 21015, Baghdad, Iraq

Modifications: De-listed on 28 Jun 2019

SSID: 70-2333 Name: Nahrawan Agricultural Establishment Address: New Baghdad, Nahrawan, P.O.Box 20195, Baghdad, Iraq Modifications: De-listed on 28 Jun 2019

SSID: 70-2449 Name: State Agricultural Establishment In Ishaqi Address: Dujail – Salah Eldin, Iraq

Modifications: De-listed on 28 Jun 2019

SSID: 70-2460 Name: State Agricultural Establishment In Mussayib Address: Mussayib Establishment, Babylon, Iraq

Modifications: De-listed on 28 Jun 2019

SSID: 70-2686 Name: State Establishment Of Agriculture In Dujaila/Dujaila Agro-Industrial Complex

Address: K 29 Oroba, P.O.Box Aioroba, Kut, Iraq

Modifications: De-listed on 28 Jun 2019

SSID: 70-2770 Name: State Organization For Animal Production Address: a) Zafaraniya Area, near Post Office, Baghdad, Iraq b) Karadde Charkieya/Erkhaita, P.O.Box 3073, Baghdad, Iraq

Modifications: De-listed on 28 Jun 2019

SSID: 70-2808 Name: State Organization For Fisheries

Good quality a.k.a.: a) State Fisheries Organization b) State Enterprise For Sea Fisheries c) State Enterprise For Inland Fisheries Address: a) near Aqaba Bin Nafa Square, P.O.Box 3296, Baghdad, Iraq b) P.O.Box 260, Basrah, Iraq

Modifications: De-listed on 28 Jun 2019

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