The EU has renewed its asset freezes and travel bans on 146 Russians and pro-Russia separatists and 37 entities, designated for “undermining the territorial integrity or stability of Ukraine”, for 6 months until 15 September 2016. The new measures (Implementing Regulation 2016/353 amending Regulation 269/2014 and Decision 2016/359 amending Decision 2014/145/CFSP) also de-list 3 people who have died, and amend the reasons given for listing 46 people and 11 entities. The EU decided to renew these sanctions at the beginning of March (see previous blog).
The EU’s notice to listed people is here, informing them that they can apply to national authorities for licences, request the Council to reconsider its listing decisions before 1 June 2016, and challenge the Council’s decision in the EU General Court. The notice setting out their position as data subjects is here.
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