Guidance

Financial sanctions, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Serbia

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Serbia is no longer subject to financial sanctions.

This was published under the 2001 to 2005 Labour government

This publication was withdrawn on

Sanctions against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Serbia have now been repealed by the European Union.

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In 1998 the European Union imposed a freeze on the funds of the governments of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY) and the Republic of Serbia. In 2001, the financial sanctions were amended to cover only those funds belonging to Mr Slobodan Milosevic, and certain members of his family and other close associates. In October 2014, the European Union repealed these financial sanctions.

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UK regulations in force

Published 23 August 2003
Last updated 30 October 2014 + show all updates
  1. Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Serbia is no longer subject to financial sanctions.
  2. Added notice 29/10/14 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Serbia and removed list of designated persons (as the regulation has now been repealed)
  3. First published.