Regulations

EU sanctions, or ‘restrictive measures’, are set out in Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP) EU Council decisions and regulations. Penalties for sanctions breach and licences (exceptions) are provided for in the laws of each EU member state. This section contains the relevant EU sanctions legislation in consolidated versions.

EU sanctions legislation

Afghanistan

Belarus

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Myanmar (Burma)

Burundi

Central African Republic

Chemical Weapons

China

Cyber-Attacks

Democratic Republic of Congo

Egypt (no longer in force)

Eritrea (no longer in force)

Global Human Rights Sanctions

Republic of Guinea

Republic of Guinea-Bissau

Iran (Human Rights)

Iran (Nuclear Proliferation)

Iraq

Lebanon

Lebanon (Assassination of Former PM Hariri)

Lebanon (Arms Embargo)

Libya

Mali

Moldova

Montenegro

Nicaragua

North Korea

Russia (Sectoral Sanctions)

Russia (Ukrainian Territorial Integrity)

Serbia

Somalia

South Sudan

Sudan

Syria 

Terrorism (ISIL (Da’esh) & Al-Qaida)

Terrorism

Tunisia

Turkey

Ukraine

Venezuela

Yemen

Zimbabwe