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Wednesday, 14 March 2012

EU eased restrictive measures against Ivory Coast

According to recent reports, the Council of the EU has eased restrictive measures against Ivory Coast. It lifted asset freezes and visa bans on all but 15 persons: eight individuals designated by the United Nations and seven persons autonomously designated by the EU due to their role in obstructing the process of peace and national reconciliation. This decision will not alter the remainder of the EU's restrictive measures on Ivory Coast.
Restrictive measures imposed by the EU may target governments of third countries, or non-state entities and individuals (such as terrorist groups and terrorists). They may comprise arms embargoes, other specific or general trade restrictions (import and export bans), financial restrictions, restrictions on admission (visa or travel bans), or other measures, as appropriate.

Source: Council of the EU