Policy paper

Financial sanctions, Republic of Guinea

Republic of Guinea is currently subject to financial sanctions. This document contains a current list of designated persons.

Documents

Current list of designated persons: Republic of Guinea

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Latest HM Treasury notice, 22.03.2011 Republic of Guinea (Reg 269/2011)

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HM Treasury notice, 06.04.2010 Republic of Guinea

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HM Treasury notice, 24.12.2009 Republic of Guinea

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In 2009 the European Union imposed restrictive measures concerning members of the National Council for Democracy and Development (NCDD) and persons associated with them. In 2011, the European Union revised the scope of the measures to apply only to persons identified by the International Commission of Inquiry as responsible for the 28 September 2009 events in the Republic of Guinea.

Current EU regulations

Current UK regulations