The Libyan Sanctions Regime - A Review
On 7 June 2011 the Council of the European Union agreed Council Decision 2011/332/CFSP setting out the Council's intention to add six port authorities to the now extensive list of Libyan companies and individuals blacklisted under the UN asset freeze. This Decision, following on from the UN Resolution of 26 February 2011, further tightens the financial sanctions noose around the Gaddafi regime and those associated with it.
This review is published with thanks to the author, Tom Birch-Reynardson of Birch Reynardson & Co, and is intended to provide information to those interested in this issue. It is not legal advice.
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