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Australia and sanctions

Australia and sanctions

  • New listings under Australia’s autonomous sanctions regime in relation to Ukraine

  • Central African Republic

  • Central African Republic sanctions

  • New listings under Australia’s autonomous sanctions regime in relation to Ukraine

  • Central African Republic

  • Central African Republic sanctions

As of 1 January 2020, DFAT will establish the Australian Sanctions Office. As part of this establishment, we will be rolling out changes to the website and our online sanctions permit platform in early 2020. We will keep you informed on the website as we make these changes.

Consultation on Australian autonomous sanctions

Designations and declarations of persons, entities and vessels due for review between June and August 2020

The Minister for Foreign Affairs will be considering the redesignation of persons and entities currently subject to targeted financial sanctions or travel bans across the following regimes: the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), Ukraine and Syria. The Minister will also be reviewing the classes of sanctioned vessels designation in respect of the DPRK. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade invites submissions to assist its review of designations or declarations made under the Autonomous Sanctions Regulations 2011 that are due for review between June and August 2020.

Submissions are due 26 April 2020.

Full details: Consultation on Australian autonomous sanctions Designations and declarations of persons, entities and vessels due for review between June and August 2020

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