The EU has recently removed four persons from its asset freeze list featuring persons deemed responsible for misappropriation of Ukrainian state funds, and added 13 parties to the Syria related asset freeze list. In addition, the criteria for asset freeze listings in relation to Libya have changed (and one person was delisted). A description of these EU asset freeze developments is attached.
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