European Union and United Kingdom Sanctions
WTO Trade Policy Review of Moldova: UK Statement
The UK's Ambassador to the WTO and UN in Geneva, Simon Manley, delivered this statement at the WTO Trade Policy Review of Moldova on 20 July 2022.
Declaration by the High Representative on behalf of the European Union on malicious cyber activities conducted by hackers and hacker groups in the context of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine
Russia's unprovoked and unjustified military aggression against Ukraine has been accompanied by a significant increase of malicious cyber activities, including by a striking and concerning number of hackers and hacker groups indiscriminately targeting essential entities globally. This increase in malicious cyber activities, in the context of the war against Ukraine, creates unacceptable risks of spillover effects, misinterpretation and possible escalation. In this regard, we recall the EU and its Member States’ strong condemnation of the cyber-attacks against Ukraine on 14 January 2022, and the attribution on 10 May 2022 of the malicious cyber activity targeting the satellite KA-SAT network to the Russian Federation.
Moldovan agricultural products: Council adopts temporary trade liberalisation measures
The Council today adopted a regulation temporarily liberalising trade in the seven Moldovan agricultural products that are not already fully liberalised: tomatoes, garlic, table grapes, apples, cherries, plums and grape juice. This means that Moldova can at least double its exports of these products - for a period of one year – to the European Union without any tariffs.
OFSI consolidated list of asset freeze targets amends 7 entries from the Russia financial sanctions regime, and Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office updates the UK Sanctions List
OFSI consolidated list of asset freeze targets removes 24 entries from the Russia financial sanctions regime, and Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office updates the UK Sanctions List
European Union and United Kingdom – Updated Documents
General Licence - Investments in relation to Russia