On 3 March 2015 HM Treasury published notices regarding updated EU sanctions against Somalia, the Central African Republic and Belarus.

Following the UN Security Council's delisting of Mohamed Sa'id on 19 December 2014 from its sanctions in respect of Somalia, Sa'id was also removed from the EU sanctions list against the country.

Following the UN Security Council's delisting of Levy Yakete on 31 December 2014 from its sanctions in respect of the Central African Republic, Yakete was also removed from the EU sanctions list against the Republic.

Following the General Court's judgment in Case T-438/11 BelTechExport v Council of 9 December 2014, published in the Official Journal on 2 February 2015, EU sanctions in force against BelTechExport, a Belarus entity, were annulled. BelTechExport had been listed for providing assistance (including military assistance) to the Lukashenka regime.