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Council of EU Press Release: 6th of November 2020

Belarus: Alexandr Lukashenko and 14 other officials sanctioned over ongoing repression European Union agrees Belarus sanctions The Council today added 15 members of the Belarusian authoritiesincluding Alexandr Lukashenko as well as his son and National Security Adviser Viktor Lukashenko, to the list of individuals sanctioned in relation to the violent repression and intimidation of peaceful de...
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Message from the Commission

For your information – Commission launches two online platforms to support EU SMEs interested in trade with Iran The Commission has recently launched the Due Diligence Helpdesk and the Sanctions Tool, two online platforms aiming to facilitate legitimate trade with Iran. The platforms, which are free-of-charge, will support EU economic operators, and in particular Small and Medium-sized Enterprise...
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Council of EU Press Release: 22nd of October 2020

Malicious cyber-attacks: EU sanctions two individuals and one body over 2015 Bundestag hack The Council today imposed restrictive measures on two individuals and one body that were responsible for or took part in the cyber-attack on the German Federal Parliament (Deutscher Bundestag) in April and May 2015. This cyber-attack targeted the parliament's information system and affected its ability to ...
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Council of EU Press Release: 19th of October 2020

EU renews its sanctions regime against ISIL/Da'esh and Al-Qaida until 31 October 2021 The Council today renewed the EU sanctions regime against ISIL/Da'esh and Al-Qaida and the related list of people subject to restrictive measures for another year until 31 October 2021. The decision was taken in light of the ongoing terrorist threat. EU sanctions consist of a travel ban to the EU and an asset...
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Council of EU Press Release: 16th of October 2020

Syria: 7 new ministers added to the EU sanctions list Today the Council decided to impose targeted restrictive measures on recently appointed ministers in Syria. Today's decision brings to 280 the number of persons targeted by a travel ban and an asset freeze70 entities are also listed and, as such, are subject to an assets freeze. The sanctions currently in place against the Syrian regime we...