EU renews sanctions against Syria (except the arms embargo), and updates/implements measures against Belarus and Libya

I. Introduction -

The EU has renewed its sanctions against Syria until 1 June 2014, with the exception of the arms embargo.

For Belarus, the Council has decided to delist three parties from the asset freeze list.

For Libya, the Council has implemented recent EU sanctions amendments with respect to arms embargo exemptions and release of certain frozen funds.

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Topics:  Arms Embargo, EU, Frozen Assets, Middle East, Sanctions

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