The week of June 1, 2020, sees additional steps in the sanctions targeting Venezuela and Iran
Last week saw significant developments in the U.S. sanctions programs targeting Venezuela and Iran.
The developments underscore the need for non-U.S. persons and entities which operate in international shipping to exercise utmost diligence in their dealings involving or potentially involving either country.
Please see the below PDF for the full update.
If you have any questions regarding this update then please get in touch with you Club contact who will be pleased to assist you.
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