Guidance

Financial sanctions, Liberia

This publication was withdrawn on 8 February 2016

Council Regulation (EC) No 872/2004 imposing financial sanctions against Liberia has been repealed with effect from 6 October 2015.

Liberia is no longer subject to financial sanctions.

Documents

HM Treasury notice, 06.02.14 Liberia (Reg 102/2014)

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HM Treasury notice, 28.03.13 Liberia (Reg 291/2013)

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Detail

Concerned that former President Charles Taylor and his associates were actively undermining Liberia’s transition to democracy, in 2004 the UN Security Council imposed an asset freeze on the assets of the exiled leader, immediate members of his family and other close allies and associates.

In October 2015, the European Union repealed these financial sanctions.

Current EU regulations

Current UK regulations