San Marino and the restrictive measures of the Security Council

In order to fight terrorism and its financing, in the awareness that terrorism in all its forms and manifestations constitutes one of the most serious threats to global peace and security, the Republic of San Marino transposes into its legal system the sanctions measures imposed by the United Nations Security Council through Resolutions against individuals and entities of countries or associated with groups that engage in and support terrorism and its financing, as well as updates to the lists of individuals and legal entities subject to the above-mentioned sanctions measures, established and maintained by the various Sanctions Committees of the Security Council.

Such measures include:

  • freezing of funds and economic resources owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by persons, entities or groups included in the lists drawn up by the United Nations Sanctions Committees;
  • commercial restrictions, including on imports or exports and arms embargoes;
  • financial restrictions, including financial assistance and the prohibition to provide financial services;
  • any other restrictions, including on the provision of technical assistance or training, travel ban, entry or transit prevention, diplomatic sanctions and suspension of cooperation.

 

To view the changes to the lists, please click here

 

The Consolidated List, constantly updated by the Security Council, which brings together all lists of natural and legal persons subject to restrictive measures, is also available.

 


 


 
 
 

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