This page provides information on UK sanctions regimes currently in force. This includes regimes under the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018 (the Sanctions Act) and under other UK legislation such as the Export Control Order 2008 and the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001.
A regime is a collection of sanctions measures put in place for a particular set of purposes. Regimes can be either ‘thematic’ (relating to a particular issue), or ‘geographic’ (relating to a particular country or region). Find out:
New designations of individuals and Russian entities have been announced. Further sanctions may be imposed in response to events.
The Export Support Service provides front line Russia sanctions support to all businesses. Contact the service for any questions about the impact of these sanctions on UK businesses operating in any sector, or business operations in Ukraine or Russia.
Further statutory guidance will be published when the relevant legislation is laid.