In July, following decisions of the Sanctions Committee of the United Nations Security Council, the European Commission lifted the freeze of funds and
On 27 January 2017, the UN Security Council adopted Resolution 2339 (2017) with respect to the situation in the Central African Republic. The Security
The Ministerial Council of the Energy Community has recently adopted the European Union rules on the internal market for electricity and gas known as the Third Energy Package (the TEP Decision).
The Council has adopted legislation imposing restrictive measures on individuals, groups, undertakings and entities associated with the Taliban and extending the scope of the sanctions against Syria to cover additional individuals.
The European Union has on 26 July 2010 imposed tough new economic sanctions against Iran, going beyond the fourth round of sanctions approved by the UN Security Council last month.
The Dutch district court of The Hague declared on 3 February 2010 the Amendment of the Dutch Sanction Regulation 2007 ("Amendment") non-binding in a procedure initiated by Iranian nationals and the Actiegroep Iraanse studenten (Action group Iranian students).
The EU applies sanctions within the framework of the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) on an autonomous EU basis or by implementing binding Resolutions of the UN Security Council.
Because Iran refused to comply with the requirements of the Security Council of the United Nations (“SC”) to suspend nuclear enrichment activities, additional sanctions have been adopted by the SC by means of adopting Resolution 1803.
The Iran (Financial Sanctions) Order 2007 -281 came into force on 9.2.07. It gives effect in the United Kingdom to Resolution 1737 (2006) of the Security Council of the United Nations adopted on 23.12.06.