Financial sanctions, Mali

Mali is currently subject to financial sanctions. To date, no targets have been designated.


HM Treasury notice, 07/11/2017, Mali

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Mali is subject to financial sanctions imposed by the UN and EU.

Implementation date

These sanctions were introduced by the UN on 5 September 2017 and the EU on 28 September 2017.


Sanctions are imposed against those who are responsible for or involved, directly or indirectly, in actions which threaten the peace, security or stability of Mali.

UN regulations

United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 2374 imposes travel restrictions and the freezing of funds and economic resources of those listed as designated persons under this regime.

EU regulations

Council Regualtion (EU) 2017/1770 implements the measures in UNSCR 2374.

You can find the most recent amendments to the Regulation by searching on EUR-Lex – an online database that provides free access to EU law, international agreements and other public documents. Just:

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UK regulations

UK regulations and amendments relating to the Republic of Mali (European Union Financial Sanctions) Regulations 2017:

Published 7 November 2017
Last updated 10 January 2019 + show all updates
  1. Updated with 'Latest HM Treasury notice, 10/01/2019, Mali'.
  2. Updated with Latest HM Treasury Notice, 21/12/2018, Mali.
  3. First published.