Council Regulation (EU) No 2016/44, as implemented by the Libya (Restrictive Measures) (Guernsey) Ordinance, 2016, the Libya (Restrictive Measures) (Alderney) Ordinance, 2016 and the Libya (Restrictive Measures) (Sark) Ordinance, 2016, has been amended by Council Regulation (EU) No 2017/1325.
The amending Regulation is available here:
The effect of the amendments, which are automatically effective in the Bailiwick, is to impose new restrictions on the export of outboard motor boats and other specified marine goods of a type that could be used for migrant smuggling and human trafficking, together with restrictions on the provision of related technical and financial services.
MEASURES WHICH SHOULD BE TAKEN
All businesses must familiarise themselves with the legislation and check whether they have any kind of relationship that may relate to prohibited activity. Businesses must report any findings to the Policy and Resources Committee immediately. Businesses must also refrain from involvement in any prohibited activity unless this activity come within a permitted derogation and has been authorised by the Policy and Resources Committee.
The information referred to above is required by the Policy and Resources Committee in the exercise of its powers under the Schedule to the Ordinances referred to above.
Any information or queries should be sent to [email protected] with the subject line “Libya”.
Further information on the effect of asset freezes and related issues including licences is available on the States of Guernsey website at http://www.gov.gg/sanctions