Guidance

Financial sanctions, Ivory Coast

Council Regulation (EC) No 560/2005 imposing financial sanctions against Ivory Coast has been repealed with effect from 11 June 2016.

Documents

HM Treasury notice, 24/04/2015 Ivory Coast (Reg 2015/615)

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HM Treasury notice, 27/01/2015 Ivory Coast (Reg 2015/109)

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HM Treasury notice, 13/05/2014 Ivory Coast (Reg 479/2014)

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Detail

In 2004, the UN Security Council imposed an arms embargo on the Ivory Coast, plus travel and asset freeze restrictions on persons determined by the UN to constitute a threat to the peace and national reconciliation process in the Ivory Coast, be blocking implementation of the Linas-Marcoussis and Accra III Agreements, be responsible for serious violations of human rights and international humanitarian law, be inciting publicly hatred and violence, and in violation of the arms embargo.

The EU adopted these restrictions in 2004, and in 2011 agreed to independently list persons obstructing the process of peace and national reconciliation, and jeopardising the proper outcome of the electoral process in the Ivory Coast.

Current EU regulations

Current UK regulations