Guidance: Financial sanctions, Central African Republic

Hm Treasury

September 23
15:28 2019

Latest HM Treasury notice, 23/09/2019, Central African Republic (Reg 2019/1574)

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On 5 December 2013 the United Nations Security Council, concerned at the continuing deterioration of the security situation in the Central African Republic, imposed an arms embargo on the Central African Republic. This was followed on 28 January 2014 by a travel ban and asset freeze in connection with individuals who act to undermine the peace stability and security of CAR or who violate the arms embargo.

EU Regulations

Council Regulation (EU) No. 224/2014 implemented the measures in UNSCR 2127 (2013) and 2134 (2014) including the freezing of funds and economic resources of persons designated by the UN Sanctions Committee or the Security Council

You can view Council Regulation (EU) No. 224/2014 on restrictive measures in the Central African Republic online.

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UK Regulations

Published 12 March 2014
Last updated 23 September 2019 +show all updates

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