Notice to persons listed under the Autonomous Sanctions Regulations 2011 – Former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
In accordance with item 2, regulation 6 of the Autonomous Sanctions Regulations 2011 (Cth) (the Regulations), the Minister for Foreign Affairs (the Minister) has previously designated for targeted financial sanctions, or declared for travel bans (together 'listed'), by legislative instrument:
- A person who has been indicted for an offence by the ICTY (whether or not the person has been convicted of the offence).
- A person who has been indicted for an offence within the jurisdiction of the ICTY by a domestic court in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia or Serbia (whether or not the person has been convicted of the offence).
- A person who is subject to an Interpol arrest warrant related to an offence within the jurisdiction of the ICTY.
- A person who the Minister is satisfied is a supporter of the former regime of Slobodan Milosevic.
- A person who is suspected of assisting a person who is:
- indicted by the ICTY; and
- not currently detained by the ICTY
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) GIVES NOTICE TO THE PERSONS NAMED BELOW that the Minister will be considering whether these listings under regulation 6 of the Regulations will continue to have effect:
- Bruno STOJIĆ
- Dragoljub KUNARAC
- Dragomir MILOŠEVIĆ
- Goran JELISIĆ
- Jadranko PRLIĆ
- Mićo STANIŠIĆ
- Milan LUKIĆ
- Milan MARTIĆ
- Milivoj PETKOVIĆ
- Milomir STAKIĆ
- Miroslav BRALO
- Nebojša PAVKOVIĆ
- Radislav KRSTIĆ
- Radivoje MILETIĆ
- Radovan KARADŽIĆ
- Radovan STANKOVIĆ
- Ratko MLADIĆ
- Sredoje LUKIĆ
- Stanislav GALIĆ
- Stojan ŽUPLJANIN
- Vlastimir DORDEVIĆ
- Vujadin POPOVIĆ
Aliases for the abovementioned persons and entities are included in DFAT's Consolidated List.
Effects of Listing
The effect of a listing under regulation 6 of the Regulations is as follows:
- any person holding a 'controlled asset' (including an asset that is owned or controlled by a listed person or entity) commits an offence if they, without the authorisation of the Minister, use or deal with that asset, or allow it to be used or dealt with, or facilitate the use of or dealing with it; and
- any person who, directly or indirectly, makes an asset available to, or for the benefit of, a listed person or entity, without the authorisation of the Minister, commits an offence.
Request for further information
DFAT will provide a listed person, or their authorised representative, with additional information regarding their listing, upon written request to the address below.
A listed person, or their authorised representative, may make a written submission to the Minister, in order to inform the Minister's consideration of whether to declare that the listing of the person under regulation 6 of the Regulations will continue to have effect.
Submissions must be received by 5pm on 29 November 2023 Australian Eastern Standard Time. DFAT reserves the right not to consider late submissions.
Application for revocation of a listing
A listed person, or their authorised representative, may apply in writing to the Minister at any time to have the listing revoked. The application must set out the circumstances relied upon to justify the application.
Address to request additional information, make a submission or apply to revoke a listing
By email to: email@example.com (preferred option)
By post to:
Director, Australian Sanctions Office
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
RG Casey Building
John McEwen Crescent
Barton ACT 0221 Australia
Application for sanctions permit to use or deal with a 'controlled asset' or to make an asset available to a listed person or entity
The Regulations provides that a holder of a 'controlled asset' may apply to the Minister for a permit to authorise use of or dealing with the 'controlled asset'.
The Regulations also provide that a person may apply to the Minister for a permit to authorise a person or entity to make assets available to a listed person or entity.
Applications for permits must specify whether the application relates to a basic expense dealing, a legally required dealing or a contractual dealing as those terms are defined in regulation 20 of the Regulations. Applications may be submitted through DFAT's online portal, Pax.