Libya - Sanctions Information
News Alerts and Information on Sanctions Legislation for Libya
EU Legislation: for clarity, the European Union has adopted EU Council Regulation 44/2016 consolidating the exiting restrictive measures concerning Libya into a new Regulation. This replaces EU Regulation 204/2011
US Guidance: To access an overview of OFAC's regulations with regard to Libya sanctions, including links to FAQs, other guidance and licencing information, please click here.
- News Alert: Port Situation - News Alert 18 July 2014
UN Legislation: banning illicit crude oil exports from Libya and authorising inspection of suspect ships on high seas - UN press release of March 2014
EU Legislation: EU Council Regulation 204/2011 (as amended) of 2 March 2011 concerning restrictive measures in view of the situation in Libya. These provide for an embargo on which might be used for internal repression, a ban on provision of certain services, prior information requirement on cargoes to and from Libya, the freezing of funds and economic resources of listed persons. entities and bodies,and prohibition to grant certain claims to the government of Libya. This has been superceded by EU Council Regulation 44/2016, see above.