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This section covers the EU Sanctions List.

The EU maintains a Consolidated list of persons, groups and entities subject to EU financial sanctions. It also maintains a list and map of countries subject to EU, UN or both EU and UN sanctions.

EU Official Journal
European Council Press Releases & Statements

EU Sanctions Map
EU Sanctions Whistleblower Tool
EU Sanctions Legislation 

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EU agrees ninth package of sanctions against Russia

The agreed package includes a series of measures intended to hit hard Russian economy and abilities to continue its aggression. The EU will expand the export ban on aviation and the space industry related goods and technology to include aircraft engines and their parts…

EC proposes to criminalise violation of EU sanctions

The implementation of EU restrictive measures following the Russian attack on Ukraine shows the complexity of identifying assets owned by oligarchs, who hide them across different jurisdictions through elaborate legal and financial structures…

G7 agreement on a price cap on Russian oil exports

The agreement broadens the agreed ban to the entire G7, enabling the continued sale of Russian oil on global markets at low prices. The G7 will now work to establish a broad global coalition to finalise the design and level of the price cap and to implement it jointly, to maximise its effectiveness….

Consolidated list of sanctioned entities

This collection from OpenSanctions combines all designated entities from various sanctions lists and represents the broadest set of sanctioned people, companies and other assets that are designated globally. Virtually all sanctions lists are based on the UN Security Council List…

EU Council on violation of sanctions as an EU crime

The Council of the EU requested the European Parliament’s consent on a decision to add the violation of restrictive measures to the list of ‘EU crimes’ included in the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU. The EU has adopted a number of restrictive measures in the context of Russia’s..

EC publishes Q&A on latest sanctions

Sanctions are targeted at the Russian economy, the Kremlin, its power base and those involved in Russia’s unprovoked war against Ukraine. They aim to impair the Russian government’s ability to finance its war against Ukraine and are calibrated to target those responsible…


EU adopts 6th package of sanctions against Russia

The package contains a complete import ban on all Russian seaborne crude oil and petroleum products. This covers 90% of our current oil imports from Russia. The ban is subject to certain transition periods to allow the sector and global markets to adapt…

EU Council agrees 6th sanctions package

EU Council agrees that the 6th sanctions package against Russia will cover crude oil, as well as petroleum products, delivered from Russia into member states, with a temporary exception for crude oil…

EU rules on freezing & confiscating assets of oligarchs

The Commission is also proposing new reinforced rules on asset recovery and confiscation, which will also contribute to the implementation of EU restrictive measures. While the Russian aggression on Ukraine is ongoing, it is paramount that EU restrictive measures are fully…

EU Commission updates Russia sanctions FAQs

The European Commission has updated its Russia sanctions-related FAQs on deposits, trading, public procurement, state-owned enterprises, sale of securities, customs and access to EU ports…

EU sanctions against Russia must apply to Belarus 

European Parliament urges that all EU sanctions against Russia must apply to Belarus. It was stated that Belarus and Russia jointly responsible for the war in Ukraine. The Belarusian regime’s crackdown on trade unions and the opposition must end…

EBA new framework for reporting of deposits subject to Russian & Belarusian sanctions

EBA has designed an efficient framework for reporting of deposits subject to Russian and Belarusian economic sanctions with the aim to promote a convergent approach and to reduce any associated reporting costs, especially for cross-border banks…