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Consolidated text: Council Decision (CFSP) 2015/1333 of 31 July 2015 concerning restrictive measures in view of the situation in Libya, and repealing Decision 2011/137/CFSP

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COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2015/1333

of 31 July 2015

concerning restrictive measures in view of the situation in Libya, and repealing Decision 2011/137/CFSP

(OJ L 206 1.8.2015, p. 34)

Amended by:

 

 

Official Journal

  No

page

date

 M1

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2016/478 of 31 March 2016

  L 85

48

1.4.2016

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COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2016/694 of 4 May 2016

  L 120

12

5.5.2016

►M3

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2016/816 of 23 May 2016

  L 133

11

24.5.2016

 M4

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2016/1340 of 4 August 2016

  L 212

113

5.8.2016

►M5

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2016/1694 of 20 September 2016

  L 255

33

21.9.2016

 M6

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2016/1755 of 30 September 2016

  L 268

85

1.10.2016

►M7

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2017/497 of 21 March 2017

  L 76

25

22.3.2017

 M8

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2017/621 of 31 March 2017

  L 89

10

1.4.2017

►M9

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2017/1338 of 17 July 2017

  L 185

49

18.7.2017

►M10

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2017/1427 of 4 August 2017

  L 204

99

5.8.2017

 M11

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2017/1429 of 4 August 2017

  L 204

110

5.8.2017

 M12

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2017/1458 of 10 August 2017

  L 208

36

11.8.2017

 M13

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2017/1776 of 28 September 2017

  L 251

28

29.9.2017

 M14

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2017/1976 of 30 October 2017

  L 281

32

31.10.2017

 M15

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2017/2008 of 8 November 2017

  L 290

22

9.11.2017

 M16

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2017/2265 of 7 December 2017

  L 324

53

8.12.2017

 M17

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2018/132 of 25 January 2018

  L 22

34

26.1.2018

 M18

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2018/167 of 2 February 2018

  L 31

84

3.2.2018

 M19

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2018/203 of 9 February 2018

  L 38

23

10.2.2018

 M20

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2018/476 of 21 March 2018

  L 79

30

22.3.2018

►M21

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2018/713 of 14 May 2018

  L 119

39

15.5.2018

 M22

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2018/872 of 14 June 2018

  L 152

22

15.6.2018

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COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2018/1086 of 30 July 2018

  L 194

150

31.7.2018

 M24

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2018/1250 of 18 September 2018

  L 235

21

19.9.2018

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COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2018/1290 of 24 September 2018

  L 240

63

25.9.2018

 M26

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2018/1465 of 28 September 2018

  L 245

16

1.10.2018

►M27

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2018/1868 of 28 November 2018

  L 304

32

29.11.2018

►M28

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2018/2012 of 17 December 2018

  L 322

51

18.12.2018

 M29

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2019/539 of 1 April 2019

  L 93

15

2.4.2019

►M30

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2019/1299 of 31 July 2019

  L 204

44

2.8.2019

 M31

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2019/1663 of 1 October 2019

  L 252

36

2.10.2019

►M32

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2020/374 of 5 March 2020

  L 71

14

6.3.2020

 M33

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2020/458 of 27 March 2020

  L 97

13

30.3.2020

 M34

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2020/1137 of 30 July 2020

  L 247

40

31.7.2020

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COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2020/1310 of 21 September 2020

  L 305I

5

21.9.2020

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COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2020/1385 of 1 October 2020

  L 320

9

2.10.2020

 M37

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2020/1483 of 14 October 2020

  L 341

16

15.10.2020

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COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2021/672 of 23 April 2021

  L 141

21

26.4.2021

►M39

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2021/1014 of 21 June 2021

  L 222

38

22.6.2021

►M40

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2021/1251 of 29 July 2021

  L 272

71

30.7.2021

►M41

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2021/1910 of 4 November 2021

  L 389I

3

4.11.2021

►M42

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2021/1942 of 9 November 2021

  L 396

64

10.11.2021

►M43

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2021/2198 of 13 December 2021

  L 445I

21

13.12.2021

►M44

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2022/189 of 10 February 2022

  L 30

115

11.2.2022

►M45

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2022/1315 of 26 July 2022

  L 198

19

27.7.2022

►M46

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2022/1509 of 9 September 2022

  L 235

35

12.9.2022

►M47

COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2022/2543 of 21 December 2022

  L 328

107

22.12.2022

►M48

COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2023/726 of 31 March 2023

  L 94

48

3.4.2023

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DECISION No 1/2023 OF THE JOINT COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED BY THE EURO-MEDITERRANEAN AVIATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE EUROPEAN UNION AND ITS MEMBER STATES, OF THE ONE PART, AND THE GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE OF ISRAEL, OF THE OTHER PART  of 4 July 2023

  L 176

26

11.7.2023

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COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2023/2499 of 9 November 2023

  L 

1

10.11.2023

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COUNCIL IMPLEMENTING DECISION (CFSP) 2023/2503 of 9 November 2023

  L 

1

10.11.2023


Corrected by:

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Corrigendum, OJ L 098, 14.4.2016, p.  6 (2016/478)

 C2

Corrigendum, OJ L 243, 10.9.2016, p.  16 (2016/478)

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Corrigendum, OJ L 268, 26.10.2018, p.  92 (2018/1290)




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COUNCIL DECISION (CFSP) 2015/1333

of 31 July 2015

concerning restrictive measures in view of the situation in Libya, and repealing Decision 2011/137/CFSP



CHAPTER I

EXPORT AND IMPORT RESTRICTIONS

Article 1

1.  
The direct or indirect supply, sale or transfer of arms and related material of all types, including weapons and ammunition, military vehicles and equipment, paramilitary equipment and spare parts for the aforementioned, as well as equipment which might be used for internal repression, to Libya by nationals of Member States or from or through the territories of Member States or using their flag vessels or aircraft, shall be prohibited whether originating or not in their territories.
2.  

It shall be prohibited to:

(a) 

provide, directly or indirectly, technical assistance, training or other assistance, including the provision of armed mercenary personnel, related to military activities or to the provision, maintenance and use of items referred to in paragraph 1, to any natural or legal person, entity or body in, or for use in, Libya;

(b) 

provide, directly or indirectly, financial assistance related to military activities or to the provision, maintenance and use of items referred to in paragraph 1, to any natural or legal person, entity or body in, or for use in, Libya;

(c) 

participate, knowingly and intentionally, in activities the object or effect of which is to circumvent the prohibitions referred to in points (a) or (b).

Article 2

1.  

Article 1 shall not apply to:

(a) 

the supply, sale or transfer of non-lethal military equipment intended solely for humanitarian or protective use, as well as the provision of related technical assistance or training.

(b) 

the supply, sale or transfer of protective clothing, including flak jackets and military helmets, temporarily exported to Libya by UN personnel, personnel of the Union or its Member States, representatives of the media and humanitarian and development workers and associated personnel for their personal use only.

(c) 

the supply, sale or transfer of non-lethal military equipment intended solely for security or disarmament assistance to the Libyan government, as well as the provision of related technical assistance, training or financial assistance.

2.  

Article 1 shall not apply to:

(a) 

the supply, sale or transfer of arms and related materiel, as well as the provision of related technical assistance, training or financial assistance, including the provision of personnel;

(b) 

the supply, sale or transfer of arms and related materiel, intended solely for security or disarmament assistance to the Libyan government, as well as the provision of related technical assistance, training or financial assistance,

as approved in advance by the Committee established pursuant to paragraph 24 of UNSCR 1970 (2011) (‘the Committee’).

3.  
Article 1 shall not apply to the supply, sale or transfer of small arms, light weapons and related materiel, temporarily exported to Libya for the sole use of UN personnel, representatives of the media and humanitarian and development workers and associated personnel, notified to the Committee in advance and in the absence of a negative decision by the Committee within five working days of such a notification.
4.  
Article 1 shall not apply to the supply, sale or transfer of equipment which might be used for internal repression, intended solely for humanitarian or protective use, as well as the provision of related technical assistance, training or financial assistance.

Article 3

The procurement by nationals of Member States, either using their flag vessels or aircraft, of the items referred to in Article 1(1) from Libya shall be prohibited, whether or not originating in the territory of Libya.

CHAPTER II

TRANSPORT SECTOR

Article 4

1.  
Member States shall inspect in their territory, including their seaports and airports, in accordance with their national authorities and legislation and consistent with international law, in particular the law of the sea and relevant international civil aviation agreements, vessels and aircraft bound to or from Libya, if they have information that provides reasonable grounds to believe that the cargo of such vessels and aircraft contains items the supply, sale, transfer or export of which is prohibited under Article 1.
2.  
Member States shall, upon discovery, seize and dispose of (such as through destruction, rendering inoperable, storage or transferring to a State other than the originating or destination States for disposal) items whose supply, sale, transfer or export is prohibited under Article 1.
3.  
Member States shall cooperate, in accordance with their national legislation, with inspections and disposals undertaken pursuant to paragraphs 1 and 2.
4.  
Aircrafts and vessels transporting cargo to and from Libya shall be subject to the requirement of additional pre-arrival or pre-departure information for all goods brought into or out of a Member State.

Article 5

Member States shall deny permission to any aircraft to take off from, land in or overfly their territory, if they have information that provides reasonable grounds to believe that the aircraft contains items the supply, sale, transfer, or export of which is prohibited under this Decision, including the provision of armed mercenary personnel, except in the case of an emergency landing.

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Article 5a

1.  
In accordance with the relevant United Nations Security Council Resolutions concerning Libya, notably UNSCR 1970(2011) and UNSCR 2292(2016), it shall be prohibited for vessels flying the flag of a third country, bound to or from Libya, to carry arms and related materiel, including goods and technology which are covered by the Union’s Common Military List, to or from Libya, directly or indirectly, on the high seas off the coast of Libya, in violation of the arms embargo established by UNSCR 1970 (2011).
2.  
A Member State assisting EUNAVFOR MED IRINI in accordance with Article 2(5) of Council Decision (CFSP) 2020/472 ( 1 ) shall take the necessary measures to dispose on behalf of EUNAVFOR MED IRINI of arms or related materiel, including goods and technology which are covered by the Union’s Common Military List, seized by EUNAVFOR MED IRINI on the high seas pursuant to Article 2(3) of that Decision.
3.  
The disposal referred to in paragraph 2 may take place, notably, through destruction of those items, rendering them inoperable or by allowing their use, including by a third party, whilst preventing their subsequent transfer to Libya or to any other third country to which the transfer of arms or related materiel is prohibited.

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Article 6

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1.  
Member States may, in accordance with paragraphs 5 to 9 of UNSCR 2146 (2014), paragraph 2 of UNSCR 2362 (2017) and paragraph 2 of UNSCR 2441 (2018), inspect on the high seas designated vessels, using all measures commensurate to the specific circumstances, in full compliance with international humanitarian law and international human rights law, as may be applicable, carry out such inspections and direct the vessel to take appropriate actions to return petroleum, including crude oil and refined petroleum products, with the consent of and in coordination with the Government of Libya, to Libya.

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2.  
Member States should, before undertaking an inspection as referred to in paragraph 1, first seek the consent of the vessel's flag State.
3.  
Member States undertaking an inspection as referred to in paragraph 1 shall submit promptly a report on the inspection to the Committee containing relevant details, including efforts made to seek the consent of the vessel's flag State.
4.  
Member States undertaking inspections as referred to in paragraph 1 shall ensure that such inspections are carried out by warships and ships owned or operated by a State and used only on government non-commercial service.
5.  
Paragraph 1 shall not affect the rights, obligations or responsibilities of Member States under international law, including rights or obligations under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea, including the general principle of exclusive jurisdiction of a flag State over its vessels on the high seas, with respect to non-designated vessels and in any other situation than the one referred to in that paragraph.
6.  
Annex V to this Decision includes the vessels referred to in paragraph 1 designated by the Committee in accordance with paragraph 11 of UNSCR 2146 (2014).

Article 7

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1.  
A Member State that is the flag State of a designated vessel shall, if the designation by the Committee has so specified, direct the vessel not to load, transport, or discharge petroleum, including crude oil and refined petroleum products, illicitly exported from Libya aboard the vessel, in the absence of direction from the Government of Libya focal point, as referred to in paragraph 3 of UNSCR 2146 (2014).

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2.  
Member States shall, if the designation by the Committee has so specified, deny entry into their ports of designated vessels, unless such entry is required for the purpose of an inspection, in the case of an emergency, or in the case of return to Libya.
3.  
The provision by nationals of Member States or from the territories of Member States of bunkering services, such as provision of fuel or supplies, or other servicing of vessels, to designated vessels shall, if the designation by the Committee has so specified, be prohibited.
4.  
Paragraph 3 shall not apply where the competent authority in the relevant Member State determines that the provision of such services is necessary for humanitarian purposes, or that the vessel returns to Libya. The Member State concerned shall notify the Committee of any such authorisation.

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5.  
Financial transaction by nationals of Member States or entities under their jurisdiction or from the territories of Member States with respect to petroleum, including crude oil and refined petroleum products, illicitly exported from Libya aboard designated vessels, shall, if the designation by the Committee has so specified, be prohibited.

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6.  
Annex V includes the vessels referred to in paragraphs 1, 2, 3 and 5 of this Article designated by the Committee in accordance with paragraph 11 of UNSCR 2146 (2014).

CHAPTER III

RESTRICTIONS ON ADMISSION

Article 8

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1.  
Member States shall take the necessary measures to prevent the entry into, or transit through, their territories of persons designated and subjected to travel restrictions by the Security Council or by the Committee in accordance with paragraph 22 of UNSCR 1970 (2011), paragraph 23 of UNSCR 1973 (2011), paragraph 4 of UNSCR 2174 (2014), paragraph 11 of UNSCR 2213 (2015), paragraph 11 of UNSCR 2362 (2017) and paragraph 11 of UNSCR 2441 (2018), as listed in Annex I.

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2.  

Member States shall take the necessary measures to prevent the entry into, or transit through, their territories of persons:

(a) 

involved in or complicit in ordering, controlling, or otherwise directing, the commission of serious human rights abuses against persons in Libya, including by being involved or complicit in planning, commanding, ordering or conducting attacks, in violation of international law, including aerial bombardments, on civilian populations and facilities, or persons acting for or on their behalf or at their direction;

(b) 

identified as having been involved in the repressive policies of the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi in Libya, or otherwise formerly associated with that regime, and who pose a continued risk to the peace, stability or security of Libya, or the successful completion of its political transition;

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(c) 

engaged in or providing support for acts that threaten the peace, stability or security of Libya, or obstructing or undermining the successful completion of its political transition, including by:

(i) 

planning, directing, or committing acts that violate applicable international human rights law or international humanitarian law, or acts that constitute human rights abuses, in Libya;

(ii) 

attacks against any air, land, or sea port in Libya, or against a Libyan State institution or installation, or against any foreign mission in Libya;

(iii) 

providing support for armed groups or criminal networks through the illicit exploitation of crude oil or any other natural resources in Libya;

(iv) 

threatening or coercing Libyan State financial institutions and the Libyan National Oil Company, or engaging in any action that may lead to or result in the misappropriation of Libyan State funds;

(v) 

violating, or assisting in the evasion of, the provisions of the arms embargo in Libya established in UNSCR 1970 (2011) and Article 1 of this Decision;

(vi) 

obstructing or undermining the elections planned for in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum Roadmap;

(vii) 

acting for or on behalf of or at the direction of listed persons or entities;

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(d) 

that own or control Libyan State funds misappropriated during the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi in Libya which could be used to threaten the peace, stability or security of Libya, or to obstruct or undermine the successful completion of its political transition,

as listed in Annex II to this Decision.

3.  
Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not oblige a Member State to refuse its own nationals entry into its territory.
4.  

Paragraph 1 shall not apply where the Committee determines that:

(a) 

travel is justified on the grounds of humanitarian need, including religious obligation; or

(b) 

an exemption would further the objectives of peace and national reconciliation in Libya and stability in the region.

5.  

Paragraph 1 shall not apply where:

(a) 

entry or transit is necessary for the fulfilment of a judicial process; or

(b) 

a Member State determines on a case-by-case basis that such entry or transit is required to advance peace and stability in Libya and the Member State subsequently notifies the Committee within 48 hours after making such a determination.

6.  

Paragraph 2 shall be without prejudice to the cases where a Member State is bound by an obligation of international law, namely:

(a) 

as a host country to an international intergovernmental organisation;

(b) 

as a host country to an international conference convened by, or under the auspices of, the UN;

(c) 

under a multilateral agreement conferring privileges and immunities; or

(d) 

under the 1929 Treaty of Conciliation (Lateran Pact) concluded by the Holy See (Vatican City State) and Italy.

7.  
Paragraph 6 shall be considered as applying also in cases where a Member State is host country to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).
8.  
The Council shall be duly informed in all cases where a Member State grants an exemption pursuant to paragraph 6 or 7.
9.  
Member States may grant exemptions from the measures imposed under paragraph 2 where travel is justified on the grounds of urgent humanitarian need, or on grounds of attending intergovernmental meetings, including those promoted or hosted by the Union, or hosted by a Member State holding the Chairmanship-in-office of the OSCE, where political dialogue is conducted that directly promotes democracy, human rights and the rule of law in Libya.
10.  
A Member State wishing to grant exemptions referred to in paragraph 9 shall so notify the Council in writing. The exemption shall be deemed to be granted unless one or more Council members raise an objection in writing within two working days of receiving notification of the proposed exemption. Should one or more Council members raise an objection, the Council, acting by qualified majority, may decide to grant the proposed exemption.
11.  
Where, pursuant to paragraphs 6, 7, and 9, a Member State authorises the entry into, or transit through, its territory of persons listed in Annex I or II, the authorisation shall be limited to the purpose for which it is given and to the persons concerned thereby.

CHAPTER IV

FREEZING OF FUNDS AND ECONOMIC RESOURCES

Article 9

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1.  
All funds, other financial assets and economic resources, owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by persons and entities designated and subjected to an asset freeze by the Security Council or by the Committee in accordance with paragraph 22 of UNSCR 1970 (2011), paragraphs 19 and 23 of UNSCR 1973 (2011), paragraph 4 of UNSCR 2174 (2014), paragraph 11 of UNSCR 2213 (2015), paragraph 11 of UNSCR 2362 (2017) and paragraph 11 of UNSCR 2441 (2018), as listed in Annex III, shall be frozen.

▼B

2.  

All funds, other financial assets and economic resources, owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by persons and entities:

(a) 

involved in or complicit in ordering, controlling, or otherwise directing, the commission of serious human rights abuses against persons in Libya, including by being involved in or complicit in planning, commanding, ordering or conducting attacks, in violation of international law, including aerial bombardments, on civilian populations and facilities, or by the Libyan authorities, or by persons and entities that have violated or have assisted in violating the provisions of UNSCR 1970 (2011) or of this Decision, or by persons or entities acting for or on their behalf or at their direction, or by entities owned or controlled by them or by persons and entities listed in Annex III to this Decision;

(b) 

identified as having been involved in the repressive policies of the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi in Libya, or otherwise formerly associated with that regime, and who pose a continued risk to the peace, stability or security of Libya, or the successful completion of its political transition;

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(c) 

engaged in or providing support for acts that threaten the peace, stability or security of Libya, or obstructing or undermining the successful completion of its political transition, including by:

(i) 

planning, directing, or committing acts that violate applicable international human rights law or international humanitarian law, or acts that constitute human rights abuses, in Libya;

(ii) 

attacks against any air, land, or sea port in Libya, or against a Libyan State institution or installation, or against any foreign mission in Libya;

(iii) 

providing support for armed groups or criminal networks through the illicit exploitation of crude oil or any other natural resources in Libya;

(iv) 

threatening or coercing Libyan State financial institutions and the Libyan National Oil Company, or engaging in any action that may lead to or result in the misappropriation of Libyan State funds;

(v) 

violating, or assisting in the evasion of, the provisions of the arms embargo in Libya established in UNSCR 1970 (2011) and Article 1 of this Decision;

(vi) 

obstructing or undermining the elections planned for in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum roadmap;

(vii) 

acting for or on behalf of or at the direction of listed persons or entities;

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(d) 

that own or control Libyan State funds misappropriated during the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi in Libya which could be used to threaten the peace, stability or security of Libya, or to obstruct or undermine the successful completion of its political transition,

as listed in Annex IV, shall be frozen.

3.  
All funds, other financial assets and economic resources, owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by the entities listed in Annex VI that are frozen as of 16 September 2011, shall remain frozen.
4.  
No funds, other financial assets or economic resources shall be made available, directly or indirectly, to or for the benefit of natural or legal persons or entities referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2.
5.  
The prohibition on making funds, financial assets or economic resources available to persons or entities referred to in paragraph 2, in so far as it applies to port authorities, shall not prevent the execution, until 15 July 2011, of contracts concluded before 7 June 2011, with the exception of contracts relating to oil, gas and refined products.
6.  

Exemptions may be made for funds, financial assets and economic resources which are:

(a) 

necessary for basic expenses, including payment for foodstuffs, rent or mortgage, medicines and medical treatment, taxes, insurance premiums, and public utility charges;

(b) 

intended exclusively for payment for reasonable professional fees and reimbursement of incurred expenses associated with the provision of legal services in accordance with national laws; or

(c) 

intended exclusively for payment for fees or service charges, in accordance with national laws, for routine holding or maintenance of frozen funds, other financial assistance and economic resources,

after notification by the Member State concerned to the Committee, where appropriate, of the intention to authorise access to such funds, other financial assets or economic resources and in the absence of a negative decision by the Committee within five working days of such notification.

7.  

Exemptions may also be made for funds and economic resources which are:

(a) 

necessary for extraordinary expenses, after notification by the Member State concerned to the Committee, where appropriate, and approval by the Committee; or

(b) 

the subject of a judicial, administrative or arbitral lien or judgement, in which case the funds, other financial assets and economic resources may be used to satisfy that lien or judgement provided that the lien or judgement was entered before the date of adoption of UNSCR 1970 (2011), and is not for the benefit of a person or entity referred to in paragraph 1 or 2 of this Article, after notification by the Member State concerned to the Committee, where appropriate.

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8.  
Without prejudice to Article 9(14), with regard to persons and entities listed in Annex IV, exemptions may also be made for funds and economic resources which are necessary for humanitarian purposes, such as delivering or facilitating the delivery of assistance, including medical supplies, food, the provision of electricity, humanitarian workers and related assistance, or evacuating foreign nationals from Libya.
9.  

Without prejudice to Article 9(14), with regard to entities referred to in paragraph 3, exemptions may also be made for funds, financial assets and economic resources provided that:

(a) 

the Member State concerned has provided notice to the Committee of its intent to authorise access to funds, other financial assets, or economic resources, for one or more of the following purposes and in the absence of a negative decision by the Committee within five working days of such a notification:

(i) 

humanitarian needs;

(ii) 

fuel, electricity and water for strictly civilian uses;

(iii) 

resuming Libyan production and sale of hydrocarbons;

(iv) 

establishing, operating, or strengthening institutions of civilian government and civilian public infrastructure; or,

(v) 

facilitating the resumption of banking sector operations, including to support or facilitate international trade with Libya;

(b) 

the Member State concerned has notified the Committee that those funds, other financial assets or economic resources are not to be made available to or for the benefit of the persons referred to in paragraphs 1, 2 and 3;

(c) 

the Member State concerned has consulted in advance the Libyan authorities about the use of such funds, other financial assets, or economic resources; and

(d) 

the Member State concerned has shared with the Libyan authorities the notification submitted pursuant to this paragraph and the Libyan authorities have not objected within five working days to the release of such funds, other financial assets, or economic resources.

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10.  
Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not prevent a designated person or entity from making payment due under a contract entered into before the listing of such a person or entity, provided that the relevant Member State has determined that the payment is not directly or indirectly received by a person or entity referred to in paragraph 1 or 2 and after notification by the relevant Member State to the Committee, where appropriate, of the intention to make or receive such payments or to authorise the unfreezing of funds, other financial assets or economic resources for this purpose, 10 working days prior to such authorisation.
11.  
Paragraph 3 shall not prevent an entity referred to therein from making payment due under a contract entered into before the listing of such an entity under this Decision, provided that the relevant Member State has determined that the payment is not directly or indirectly received by a person or entity referred to in paragraphs 1, 2 and 3, and after notification by the relevant Member State to the Committee of the intention to make or receive such payments or to authorise the unfreezing of funds or other financial assets or economic resources for this purpose, 10 working days prior to such authorisation.
12.  

With regard to persons and entities listed in Annex IV, and by way of derogation from paragraph 2, the competent authorities of a Member State may authorise the release of certain frozen funds or economic resources provided the following conditions are met:

(a) 

the funds or economic resources are the subject of an arbitral decision rendered prior to the date on which the natural or legal person, entity or body referred to in paragraph 2 was listed in Annex IV or of a judicial or administrative decision rendered in the Union, or a judicial decision enforceable in the Member State concerned, prior to or after that date;

(b) 

the funds or economic resources will be used exclusively to satisfy claims secured by such a decision or recognised as valid in such a decision, within the limits set by applicable laws and regulations governing the rights of persons having such claims;

(c) 

the decision is not for the benefit of a natural or legal person, entity or body listed in Annex III, IV or VI; and

(d) 

recognising the decision is not contrary to public policy in the Member State concerned.

A Member State shall inform the other Member States and the Commission of any authorisation granted under this paragraph.

13.  

Paragraph 4 shall not apply to the addition to frozen accounts of:

(a) 

interest or other earnings due on those accounts;

(b) 

payments due under contracts, agreements or obligations that arose before the date on which those accounts became subject to restrictive measures; or

(c) 

payments due under judicial, administrative or arbitral decisions rendered in the Union or enforceable in the Member State concerned, with regard to persons and entities listed in Annex IV;

provided that any such interest, other earnings and payments continue to be subject to paragraph 1 or 2.

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14.  

Paragraphs 1, 2 and 4 shall not apply to the provision, processing or payment of funds, other financial assets or economic resources or to the provision of goods and services, which are necessary to ensure the timely delivery of humanitarian assistance or to support other activities that support basic human needs where such assistance and other activities are carried out by:

(a) 

the United Nations, including its programmes, funds and other entities and bodies, as well as its specialised agencies and related organisations;

(b) 

international organisations;

(c) 

humanitarian organisations having observer status with the United Nations General Assembly and members of those humanitarian organisations;

(d) 

bilaterally or multilaterally funded non-governmental organisations participating in the United Nations Humanitarian Response Plans, Refugee Response Plans, other United Nations appeals or humanitarian clusters coordinated by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA);

(e) 

the employees, grantees, subsidiaries, or implementing partners of the entities mentioned in points (a) to (d) while and to the extent that they are acting in those capacities; or by,

(f) 

appropriate other actors as determined by the Committee as regards paragraph 1, and paragraph 4 in so far as it refers to the persons and entities covered by paragraph 1, and by the Council as regards paragraph 2, and paragraph 4 in so far as it refers to the persons and entities covered by paragraph 2.

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CHAPTER V

OTHER RESTRICTIVE MEASURES

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Article 10

1.  
Member States shall require their nationals, persons subject to their jurisdiction and firms incorporated in their territories or subject to their jurisdiction to exercise vigilance when doing business with entities incorporated in Libya or subject to Libya's jurisdiction, and any individuals and entities acting on their behalf or at their direction, and entities owned or controlled by them, with a view to preventing business that could contribute to violence and the use of force against civilians.
2.  
The sale, supply, transfer or export of certain vessels and motors to Libya which could be used in the smuggling of migrants and trafficking in human beings, by nationals of Member States or through the territories of Member States or using their flag vessels or aircraft, shall be subject to an authorisation by the competent authority of the Member State whether originating in its territory or not.
3.  
The competent authorities of Member States shall not grant any authorisation for the sale, supply, transfer or export of the items referred to in paragraph 2 if they have reasonable grounds to believe that the item would be used in the smuggling of migrants and trafficking in human beings.
4.  
Paragraph 2 shall not apply to the sales, supply, transfer or exports made by the authorities of Member States to the Libyan government.

The Union shall take the necessary measures in order to determine the relevant items to be covered by this Article.

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CHAPTER VI

GENERAL AND FINAL PROVISIONS

Article 11

No claims, including for compensation or any other claim of this kind, such as a claim of set-off or a claim under a guarantee, in connection with any contract or transaction the performance of which was affected, directly or indirectly, wholly or in part, by reason of measures decided upon pursuant to UNSCR 1970 (2011), including measures of the Union or any Member State in accordance with, as required by or in any connection with, the implementation of the relevant decisions of the Security Council or measures covered by this Decision, shall be granted to the designated persons or entities listed in Annex I, II, III or IV, or any other person or entity in Libya, including the Government of Libya, or any person or entity claiming through or for the benefit of any such person or entity.

Article 12

1.  
The Council shall implement modifications to Annexes I, III, V and VI on the basis of the determinations made by the Security Council or by the Committee.
2.  
The Council, acting on a proposal from Member States or from the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, shall establish the lists in Annexes II and IV and adopt modifications thereto.

Article 13

1.  
Where the Security Council or the Committee lists a person or entity, the Council shall include such person or entity in Annex I or III.
2.  
Where the Council decides to subject a person or entity to the measures referred to in Articles 8(2) and 9(2), it shall amend Annexes II and IV accordingly.
3.  
The Council shall communicate its decision to the person or entity referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, including the grounds for listing, either directly, if the address is known, or through the publication of a notice, providing such person or entity an opportunity to present observations.
4.  
Where observations are submitted, or where substantial new evidence is presented, the Council shall review its decision and inform the person or entity accordingly.

Article 14

Where the Committee designates a vessel as referred to in Article 6(1) and Article 7(1), (2), (3) and (5), the Council shall include such vessel in Annex V.

Article 15

1.  
Annexes I, II, III, IV and VI shall include the grounds for listing of listed persons and entities concerned, as provided by the Security Council or by the Committee with regard to Annexes I, III and VI.
2.  
Annexes I, II, III, IV and VI shall also contain, where available, the information necessary to identify the persons or entities concerned, as provided by the Security Council or by the Committee with regard to Annexes I, III and VI. With regard to persons, such information may include names, including aliases, date and place of birth, nationality, passport and ID card numbers, gender, address if known, and function or profession. With regard to entities, such information may include names, place and date of registration, registration number and place of business. Annexes I, III and VI shall also include the date of designation by the Security Council or by the Committee.

Article 16

In order to maximise the impact of the measures laid down in this Decision, the Union shall encourage third States to adopt similar restrictive measures.

Article 17

1.  
This Decision shall be reviewed, amended or repealed as appropriate, in particular in the light of relevant decisions by the Security Council.
2.  
The measures referred to in Articles 8(2) and 9(2) shall be reviewed at regular intervals and at least every 12 months. They shall cease to apply in respect of the persons and entities concerned if the Council determines, in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 12(2), that the conditions for their application are no longer met.

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Article 18

Decision 2011/137/CFSP is repealed.

Article 19

This Decision shall enter into force on the day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

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ANNEX I

LIST OF PERSONS REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 8(1)

1.    Name: 1: ABDULQADER 2: MOHAMMED 3: AL-BAGHDADI 4: na

Title: Dr Designation: Head of the Liaison Office of the Revolutionary Committees DOB: 1 Jul. 1950 POB: na Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: B010574 National identification no: na Address: Tunisia (Believed status/location: jail in Tunisia.) Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 26 Mar. 2015, 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). Believed status/location: deceased. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5519275

2.    Name: 1: ABDULQADER 2: YUSEF 3: DIBRI 4: na

Title: na Designation: Head of Muammar Qadhafi's personal security DOB: 1946 POB: Houn, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525715

3.    Name: 1: SAYYID 2: MOHAMMED 3: QADHAF AL-DAM 4: na

Title: na Designation: na DOB: 1948 POB: a) Sirte, Libya b) Egypt Good quality a.k.a.: Sayed M. Gaddef Eddam Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: Libyan passport No 513519 National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 1 Apr. 2016) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525735

4.    Name: 1: QUREN 2: SALIH 3: QUREN 4: AL QADHAFI

Title: na Designation: Libyan Ambassador to Chad DOB: na POB: na Good quality a.k.a.: Akrin Saleh Akrin Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: Egypt Listed on: 17 Mar. 2011 (amended on 26 Mar. 2015, 26 Sep. 2014) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5519275

5.    Name: 1: AMID 2: HUSAIN 3: AL KUNI 4: na

Title: Colonel Designation: Governor of Ghat (South Libya) DOB: na POB: na Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: Libya (Believed status/location: South Libya) Listed on: 17 Mar. 2011 (amended on 26 Sep. 2014, 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban).

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6.    Name: 1: ABU 2: ZAYD 3: UMAR 4: DORDA

Title: n/a Designation: a) Director, External Security Organisation. b) Head of external intelligence agency. DOB: 4 Apr. 1944 POB: Alrhaybat Good quality a.k.a.: a) Dorda Abuzed OE b) Abu Zayd Umar Hmeid Dorda Low quality a.k.a.: n/a Nationality: n/a Passport no: Libya number FK117RK0, issued on 25 Nov. 2018, issued in Tripoli (Date of expiration: 24 Nov. 2026) National identification no: n/a Address: Libya (Believed status/location: deceased) Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 27 Jun. 2014, 1 Apr. 2016, 25 Feb. 2020, 18 Jul. 2022) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). Listed on 17 March 2011 pursuant to paragraph 17 of resolution 1970 (Asset Freeze).

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7.    Name: 1: ABU 2: BAKR 3: YUNIS 4: JABIR

Title: Major General Designation: Defence Minister. DOB: 1952 POB: Jalo, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). Listed on 17 March 2011 pursuant to paragraph 17 of resolution 1970 (Asset Freeze). Believed status/location: deceased. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525775

8.    Name: 1: MATUQ 2: MOHAMMED 3: MATUQ 4: na

Title: na Designation: Secretary for Utilities DOB: 1956 POB: Khoms, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). Listed on 17 March 2011 pursuant to paragraph 17 of resolution 1970 (Asset Freeze). Believed status/location: unknown, believed captured. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525795

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10.    Name: 1: HANNIBAL 2: MUAMMAR 3: QADHAFI 4: na

Title: na Designation: na DOB: 20 Sep. 1975 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: Libya B/002210 National identification no: na Address: Lebanon (In custody) Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 11 Nov. 2016, 26 Sep. 2014, 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525835

11.    Name: 1: KHAMIS 2: MUAMMAR 3: QADHAFI 4: na

Title: na Designation: na DOB: 1978 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 26 Sep. 2014, 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). Believed status/location: deceased. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525855

12.    Name: 1: MOHAMMED 2: MUAMMAR 3: QADHAFI 4: na

Title: na Designation: na DOB: 1970 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: Sultanate of Oman (Believed status/location: Sultanate of Oman) Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 26 Sep. 2014, 4 Sep. 2013, 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525875

13.    Name: 1: MUAMMAR 2: MOHAMMED 3: ABU MINYAR 4: QADHAFI

Title: na Designation: Leader of the Revolution, Supreme Commander of Armed Forces DOB: 1942 POB: Sirte, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 4 Sep. 2013, 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). Believed status/location: deceased. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525895

14.    Name: 1: MUTASSIM 2: QADHAFI 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: National Security Adviser DOB: a) 1976 b) 5 Feb. 1974 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: a) Almuatesem Bellah Muammer Qadhafi b) Mutassim Billah Abuminyar Qadhafi Low quality a.k.a.: a) Muatasmblla b) Muatasimbllah c) Moatassam Nationality: na Passport no: Libya B/001897 National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 1 Apr. 2016, 26 Sep. 2014, 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban,Asset Freeze). Believed status/location: deceased. Reportedly deceased in Sirte, Libya, on 20 October 2011. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525915

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15.    Name: 1: SAADI 2: QADHAFI 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: Commander Special Forces DOB: a) 27 May 1973 b) 1 Jan. 1975 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: a) 014797 b) 524521 c) Libya number AA862825, issued on 19 May 2021, issued in Tripoli (expires 18 May 2029) National identification no: na Address: Libya (in custody) Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 28 Jan. 2022, 26 Mar. 2015, 2 Apr. 2012, 14 Mar. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). Listed on 17 March 2011 pursuant to paragraph 17 of resolution 1970 (Asset Freeze).

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16.    Name: 1: SAIF AL-ARAB 2: QADHAFI 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: na DOB: 1982 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). Listed on 17 March 2011 pursuant to paragraph 17 of resolution 1970 (Asset Freeze). Believed status/location: deceased. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525955

17.    Name: 1: SAIF AL-ISLAM 2: QADHAFI 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: Director, Qadhafi Foundation DOB: 25 Jun. 1972 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: Libya B014995 National identification no: na Address: Libya (Believed status/location: restricted freedom of movement in Zintan, Libya) Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 11 Nov. 2016, 26 Sep. 2014, 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525975

18.    Name: 1: ABDULLAH 2: AL-SENUSSI 3: na 4: na

Title: Colonel Designation: Director Military Intelligence DOB: 1949 POB: Sudan Good quality a.k.a.: a) Abdoullah Ould Ahmed (Passport number: B0515260; DOB: 1948; POB: Anefif (Kidal), Mali; Date of issue: 10 Jan 2012; Place of issue: Bamako, Mali; Date of expiration: 10 Jan 2017.) b) Abdoullah Ould Ahmed (Mali ID Number 073/SPICRE; POB: Anefif, Mali; Date of issue: 6 Dec 2011; Place of issue: Essouck, Mali) Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: Libya (Believed status/location: in custody in Libya.) Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 27 Jun. 2014, 21 Mar. 2013) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). Listed on 17 March 2011 pursuant to paragraph 17 of resolution 1970 (Asset Freeze). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525995

19.    Name: 1: SAFIA 2: FARKASH 3: AL-BARASSI 4: na

Title: na Designation: na DOB: Approximately 1952 POB: Al Bayda, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: Safia Farkash Mohammed Al-Hadad, born 1 Jan. 1953 (Oman passport no.03825239, date of issue 4 May 2014, expiry 3 May 2024.) Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: 03825239 National identification no: 98606491 Address: a) Sultanate of Oman b) (Believed location — Egypt) Listed on: 24 Jun. 2011 (amended on 1 Apr. 2016, 26 Mar. 2015, 26 Sep. 2014, 4 Sep. 2013, 2 Apr. 2012, 13 Feb. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 and paragraph 19 of resolution 1973 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5526015

20.    Name: 1: ABDELHAFIZ 2: ZLITNI 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: a) Minister for Planning and Finance in Colonel Qadhafi's Government. b) Secretary of the General People's Committee for Finance and Planning c) Temporary head of the Central Bank of Libya DOB: 1935 POB: na Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: Libya Listed on: 24 Jun. 2011 (amended on 11 Nov. 2016, 26 Sep. 2014) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 and paragraph 19 of resolution 1973 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5526035

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21.    Name: 1: ERMIAS 2: ALEM 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: Leader of a transnational trafficking network DOB: Approximately 1980 POB: Eritrea Good quality a.k.a.: Ermias Ghermay, Guro Low quality a.k.a.: a) Ermies Ghermay b) Ermias Ghirmay Nationality: Eritrea Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: (Known address: Tripoli, Tarig sure no. 51, likely moved to Sabratha in 2015.) Listed on: 7 June 2018 Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze)

Listed pursuant to paragraph 22(a) of resolution 1970 (2011); paragraph 4(a) of resolution 2174 (2014); paragraph 11(a) of resolution 2213 (2015).

Additional information

Ermias Alem is extensively documented by multiple reliable sources, including criminal investigations, identifying him as one of the most important sub-Saharan actors involved in the illicit trafficking of migrants in Libya. Ermias Alem is a leader of a transnational network responsible for trafficking and smuggling tens of thousands of migrants, mainly from the Horn of Africa to the coast of Libya and onwards to destination countries in Europe and the United States. He has armed men at his disposal, as well as warehouses and detention camps where serious human rights abuses are reportedly being committed against migrants. He works in close cooperation with Libyan smuggling networks like that of Mustafa, and he is considered their ‘Eastern supply chain’. His network stretches from Sudan to the coast of Libya and to Europe (Italy, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, the United Kingdom) and the United States. Alem controls private detention camps around the Libyan northwest coast where migrants are detained, and where serious abuses against migrants have taken place. From these camps, migrants are transported to Sabratha or Zawiya. In recent years, Alem has organised countless perilous journeys across the sea, exposing migrants (including numerous minors) to the risk of death. The Court of Palermo (Italy) issued arrest warrants in 2015 against Ermias Alem in relation to the smuggling of thousands of migrants under inhumane circumstances, including the shipwrecking on 13 October 2013 near Lampedusa in which 266 people died.

22.    Name: 1: FITIWI 2: ABDELRAZAK 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: Leader of a transnational trafficking network DOB: Approximately (30-35 years old) POB: Massaua, Eritrea Good quality a.k.a.: Abdurezak, Abdelrazaq, Abdulrazak, Abdrazzak Low quality a.k.a.: Fitwi Esmail Abdelrazak Nationality: Eritrea Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 7 June 2018 Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze)

Listed pursuant to paragraph 22(a) of resolution 1970 (2011); paragraph 4(a) of resolution 2174 (2014); paragraph 11(a) of resolution 2213 (2015).

Additional information

Fitiwi Abdelrazak is a leader of a transnational network responsible for trafficking and smuggling tens of thousands of migrants, mainly from the Horn of Africa to the coast of Libya and onwards to destination countries in Europe and the United States. Fitiwi Abdelrazak has been identified in open sources and in several criminal investigations as one of the top-level actors responsible for the exploitation and abuse of a large number of migrants in Libya. Abdelrazak has extensive contacts within Libyan smuggling networks and has accumulated immense wealth through the illicit trafficking of migrants. He has armed men at his disposal, as well as warehouses and detention camps where serious human rights abuses are being committed. His network is composed of cells reaching from Sudan, Libya, Italy and onwards to destination countries for migrants. Migrants in his camps are also bought from other parties, such as other local detention facilities. From these camps, migrants are transported to the Libyan coast. Abdelrazak has organised countless perilous maritime journeys, exposing migrants (including minors) to the risk of death. Abdelrazak is linked to at least two shipwrecks with fatal consequences between April 2014 and July 2014.

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23.    Name: 1: AHMAD 2: OUMAR 3: IMHAMAD 4: AL-FITOURI

Title: na Designation: Commander of the Anas al-Dabbashi militia, Leader of a transnational trafficking network DOB: 7 May 1988 POB: (possibly Sabratha, Talil neighbourhood) Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: a) Al-Dabachi b) Al Ammu c) The Uncle d) Al-Ahwal e) Al Dabbashi Nationality: Libya Passport no: Libya number LY53FP76; issued on 29 September 2015; issued in Tripoli National identification no: 119880387067 Address: a) Garabulli, Libya b) Zawiya, Libya c) Dbabsha-Sabratah Listed on: 7 June 2018 (amended on 17 September 2018, 25 February 2020) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze)

Listed pursuant to paragraph 22(a) of resolution 1970 (2011); paragraph 4(a) of resolution 2174 (2014); paragraph 11(a) of resolution 2213 (2015). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/

Additional information

Ahmad Imhamad is the commander of the Anas al-Dabbashi militia, formerly operating in the coastal area between Sabratha and Melita. Imhamad is a significant leader in illicit activities related to the trafficking of migrants. The al-Dabbashi clan and militia also cultivate relationships with terrorist and violent extremist groups. Imhamad is currently active around Zawiya, after violent clashes broke out with other militia and rivalling smuggling organisations around the coastal area in October 2017, resulting in over 30 deaths including civilians. In response to his ouster, Ahmad Imhamad on 4 December 2017 publicly vowed to return to Sabratha with weapons and force. There is extensive evidence that Imhamad's militia has been directly involved in the illicit trafficking and smuggling of migrants, and that his militia controls departure areas for migrants, camps, safe houses and boats. There is information that supports the conclusion that Imhamad has exposed migrants (including minors) to brutal conditions and sometimes fatal circumstances on land and at sea. After violent clashes between Imhamad's militia and other militia in Sabratha, thousands of migrants were found (many in serious condition), most of them held in centres of the Martyrs Anas al-Dabbashi brigade and al-Ghul militia. The al-Dabbashi clan, and the connected Anas al-Dabbashi militia, have long-standing links with Islamic State in the Levante (ISIL) and its affiliates.

Several ISIL operatives have been in their ranks, including Abdallah al-Dabbashi, the ISIL ‘caliph’ of Sabratha. Imhamad was also allegedly involved in orchestrating the murder of Sami Khalifa al-Gharabli, who was appointed by the Sabratha municipal council to counter migrant smuggling operations in July 2017. Imhamad's activities largely contribute to the mounting violence and insecurity in western Libya and threaten peace and stability in Libya and neighbouring countries.

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24.    Name: 1: MUS'AB 2: MUSTAFA 3: ABU AL QASSIM 4: OMAR

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Title: na Designation: Leader of a transnational trafficking network DOB: 19 Jan. 1983 POB: Sabratha, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: Mus'ab Abu Qarin Low quality a.k.a.: a) ABU-AL QASSIM OMAR Musab Boukrin b) The Doctor c) Al-Grein Nationality: Libya Passport no: a) 782633, issued on 31 May 2005 b) 540794, issued on 12 Jan. 2008 National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 7 June 2018 Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze)

Listed pursuant to paragraph 22(a) of resolution 1970 (2011); paragraph 4(a) of resolution 2174 (2014); paragraph 11(a) of resolution 2213 (2015). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/

Additional information

Mus'ab Mustafa is seen as a central actor in human trafficking and migrant smuggling activities in the area of Sabratha, but also works from Zawiya and Garibulli. His transnational network covers Libya, European destinations, sub-Saharan countries for the recruitment of migrants and Arab countries for the financial sector. Reliable sources have documented his collusion in human trafficking and smuggling with Ermias Alem, who takes care of the ‘Eastern supply chain’ on behalf of Mustafa. There is evidence that Mustafa has cultivated relationships with other actors in the trafficking business, notably Mohammed al-HadiadaHh (cousin and head of the al-Nasr brigade, also proposed for listing) in Zawiya. A former accomplice of Mustafa, who is now cooperating with the Libyan authorities, claims that Mustafa organised journeys over sea for 45 000 people in 2015 alone, exposing migrants (including minors) to the risk of death. Mustafa is the organiser of a journey on 18 April 2015 ending in a shipwrecking in the Sicilian Canal that caused the death of 800 people. Evidence, including from the UN Panel of Experts, documents that he is responsible for the detention of migrants under brutal conditions, including in Tripoli near the al-Wadi area and seaside resorts near Sabratha where migrants are held. Mustafa is reported to have been close to the al-Dabbashi clan in Sabratha, until a conflict broke out over a ‘protection tax’. Sources have reported that Mustafa has paid persons close to violent extremists in the Sabratha area, in exchange for the approval to smuggle migrants on behalf of violent extremist circles, that financially benefit from the exploitation of illegal immigration. Mustafa is connected to a network of smugglers composed of Salafi armed groups in Tripoli, Sebha and Kufra.

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25.    Name: 1: MOHAMMED 2: AL AMIN 3: AL-ARABI 4: KASHLAF

Title: na Designation: Commander of the Shuhada al-Nasr brigade, Head of the Petrol Refinery Guard of Zawiya's refinery DOB: 2 December 1985 POB: Zawiya, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: a) Kashlaf b) Koshlaf c) Keslaf d) al-Qasab Nationality: Libya Passport no: C17HLRL3, issued on 30 December 2015, issued in Zawiya National identification no: na Address: Zawiya, Libya Listed on: 7 June 2018 (amended on 17 September 2018, 25 February 2020) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze)

Listed pursuant to paragraph 22(a) of resolution 1970 (2011); paragraph 4(a) of resolution 2174 (2014); paragraph 11(a) of resolution 2213 (2015).

Additional information

Mohammed al-Hadi is the head of the Shuhada al Nasr brigade in Zawiya, Western Libya. His militia controls the Zawiya refinery, a central hub of migrant smuggling operations. Al-Hadi also controls detention centres, including the Nasr detention centre – nominally under the control of the DCIM. As documented in various sources, the network of al-Hadi is one of the most dominant in the field of migrant smuggling and the exploitation of migrants in Libya. Al-Hadi has extensive links with the head of the local unit of the coast guard of Zawiya, al-Rahman al-Milad, whose unit intercepts boats with migrants, often of rivalling migrant smuggling networks. Migrants are then brought to detention facilities under the control of the Al Nasr militia, where they are reportedly held in critical conditions. The Panel of Experts for Libya collected evidence of migrants that were frequently beaten, while others, notably women from sub-Saharan countries and Morocco, were sold on the local market as ‘sex slaves’. The Panel has also found that al-Hadi collaborates with other armed groups and has been involved in repeated violent clashes in 2016 and 2017.

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26.    Name: 1: ABD 2: AL-RAHMAN 3: AL-MILAD 4: na

Title: na Designation: Commander of the Coast Guard in Zawiya DOB: Approximately (29 years old) POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: a) Rahman Salim Milad b) al-Bija Nationality: Libya Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: Zawiya, Libya Listed on: 7 June 2018 Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze)

Listed pursuant to paragraph 22(a) of resolution 1970 (2011); paragraph 4(a) of resolution 2174 (2014); paragraph 11(a) of resolution 2213 (2015).

Additional information

Abd al Rahman al-Milad heads the regional unit of the Coast Guard in Zawiya that is consistently linked with violence against migrants and other human smugglers. The UN Panel of Experts claims that Milad, and other coastguard members, are directly involved in the sinking of migrant boats using firearms. Al-Milad collaborates with other migrant smugglers such as Mohammed al-Hadi (also proposed for listing) who, sources suggest, is providing protection to him to carry out illicit operations related to the trafficking and smuggling of migrants. Several witnesses in criminal investigations have stated they were picked up at sea by armed men on a Coast Guard ship called Tallil (used by al-Milad) and taken to the al-Nasr detention centre, where they are reportedly held in brutal conditions and subjected to beatings.

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27.    Name: 1: IBRAHIM 2: SAEED 3: SALIM 4: JADHRAN

Title: na Designation: Leader of armed militias DOB: 29 October 1982 POB: na Good quality a.k.a.: Ibrahim Saeed Salem Awad Aissa Hamed Dawoud Al Jadhran Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: Libya Passport no: S/263963; issued on 8 November 2012 National identification no: a) 119820043341 b) Personal identification no.: 137803 Address: na Listed on: 11 Sept. 2018 (amended on 25 February 2020) Other information: Name of mother Salma Abdula Younis.Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/xxxx.

Listed pursuant to paragraphs 11 (b), 11 (c) and 11 (d) of resolution 2213 (2015); paragraph 11 of resolution 2362 (2017).

Additional information

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Libya's Attorney General's Office has issued an arrest warrant against the person concerned accusing him of perpetrating a number of crimes.
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The person concerned carried out armed actions and attacks against oil installations located in the oil crescent region that caused its destruction, the latest of which was on 14 June 2018.
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The attacks on the crescent oil region resulted in many casualties among the inhabitants of the region and endangered the lives of civilians.
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The attacks intermittently halted Libyan oil exports from 2013 to 2018, which led to significant losses for the Libyan economy.
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The person concerned attempted to export oil illegally.
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The person concerned recruits foreign fighters for his repeated attacks against ‘oil crescent’ region.
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The person concerned, through his actions, is working against the stability of Libya, and constitutes an obstacle in the way of the Libyan parties to resolve the political crisis and implement the United Nations Plan of Action.

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28.    Name: 1: SALAH 2: BADI 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: Senior commander of the armed anti-GNA Al-Somood front, also known as Fakhr or ‘Pride of Libya’, and the Misratan Al Marsa Central Shield brigade DOB: na POB: na Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 16 Nov. 2018 Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze).

Listed pursuant to paragraph 22 (a) of resolution 1970 (2011), paragraph 4 (a) of resolution 2174 (2014) and paragraph 11 (a) of resolution 2213 (2015).

Additional information

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Salah Badi has consistently attempted to undermine a political resolution in Libya through his support for armed resistance. Open source evidence confirms Salah Badi is a senior commander of the armed anti-GNA Al-Somood front, also known as Fakhr or ‘Pride of Libya’, and the Misratan Al Marsa Central Shield brigade.
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He has played a leading role in the recent fighting in Tripoli which began on 27 August 2018, in which at least 115 people were killed, most of which are civilians. Forces under his command were specifically referred to by UNSMIL when it called on all parties to the fighting to cease acts of violence (and reminded them that targeting civilians and civilian installations is prohibited by IHL).
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During late 2016 and 2017, Salah Badi led anti-GNA militias in attacks on Tripoli in repeated attempts to remove power from the GNA and restore the unrecognised ‘National Salvation Government’ of Khalifa Ghwell. On 21 February 2017, Badi appeared next to tanks in a YouTube video recorded outside the Rixos hotel in Tripoli, and threatened to confront the Unrecognised Government of National Accord. On 26 and 27 May 2017 Fakhr Libya (‘Pride of Libya’) forces led by Salah Badi attacked locations in Tripoli including the Abu Sleem area and airport road. Reliable media reports, corroborated by social media, said Badi's forces used tanks and heavy artillery in the attack.

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29.    Name: 1: Osama 2: Al Kuni 3: Ibrahim 4: na

Title: Manager of Al Nasr Detention Center in Zawiyah Designation: na DOB: 4 April 1976 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: a) Osama Milad b) Osama al-Milad c) Osama Zawiya d) Osama Zawiyah e) Osama al Kuni Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: Libya Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: Zawiyah, Libya Listed on: 25 October 2021 Other information: As de facto manager of the Al Nasr detention center the person concerned has directly, and/or through subordinates engaged in or provided support to acts that violate applicable international human rights law, or acts that constitute human rights abuses in Libya. The Person concerned has acted for or on behalf of or at the direction of two listed individuals intrinsically linked to the human trafficking activities of the Zawiyah network, namely Mohamed Kashlaf (LYi.025) and Abdulrahman al Milad (LYi.026). Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze).

Listed pursuant to paragraphs 11 (a), 11 (f) of resolution 2213 (2015); paragraph 11 of resolution 2441 (2018).

Additional information

As de facto manager of the Al Nasr detention centre the person concerned has directly, and/or through subordinates engaged in or provided support to acts that violate applicable international human rights law, or acts that constitute human rights abuses in Libya. The Person concerned has acted for or on behalf of or at the direction of two listed individuals intrinsically linked to the human trafficking activities of the Zawiyah network, namely Mohamed Kashlaf (LYi.025) and Abdulrahman al Milad (LYi.026). For years, the Al Nasr detention centre in Zawiyah has been singled out in public and in confidential reports describing the plight of migrants and asylum seekers in Libya, including torture, sexual and gender-based violence and human trafficking. Humanitarian organizations and victims of trafficking have consistently identified the person concerned as the de facto manager of the detention centre. Three individuals who had been working in the Al Nasr detention centre were served prison sentences for torturing migrants in the detention centre.

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ANNEX II

LIST OF PERSONS AND ENTITIES REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 8(2)

A.   Persons



 

Name

Identifying information

Reasons

Date of listing

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ABU SHAARIYA

Position: Deputy Head, External Security Organisation

Brother-in-law of Muammar Qadhafi.

Prominent member of the Qadhafi regime and as such closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

28.2.2011

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ALSHARGAWI, Bashir Saleh Bashir

Date of birth: 1946

Place of birth: Traghen

Head of Cabinet of Muammar Qadhafi. Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

28.2.2011

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FARKASH, Mohammed Boucharaya

Date of birth: 1 July 1949

Place of birth: Al-Bayda

Former director of intelligence in External Security Office.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

28.2.2011

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EL-KASSIM ZOUAI, Mohamed Abou

 

Former Secretary General of the General People's Congress.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

21.3.2011

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HIJAZI, Mohamad Mahmoud

 

Minister for Health and Environment in Colonel Qadhafi's Government.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

21.3.2011

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HOUEJ, Mohamad Ali

Minister of Economy and Trade in the Government of National Unity of Libya

Date of birth: 1949

Place of birth: Al-Azizia (near Tripoli)

Minister for Industry, Economy and Trade in Colonel Qadhafi’s Government.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

21.3.2011

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AL-CHARIF, Ibrahim Zarroug

 

Minister for Social Affairs in Colonel Qadhafi's Government.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

21.3.2011

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FAKHIRI, Abdelkebir Mohamad

Date of birth: 4 May 1963

Passport number: B/014965 (expired end 2013)

Minister for Education, Higher Education and Research in Colonel Qadhafi's Government.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

21.3.2011

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DIAB, Moussa

a.k.a. DIAB, Mousa

Gender: male

Moussa Diab is responsible for and has directly engaged in serious human rights abuses including human trafficking and the kidnapping, raping and killing of migrants and refugees.

He held migrants and refugees in captivity in an illegal detention camp near Bani Walid, where they were treated in an inhuman and degrading manner. Several migrants and refugees were killed when they tried to escape from the detention camp.

21.9.2020

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19.

Yevgeniy Viktorovich PRIGOZHIN

(Евгений Викторович Пригожин)

Date of birth: 1 June 1961

Place of birth: Leningrad, former USSR (now St. Petersburg, Russian Federation)

Nationality: Russian

Gender: male

Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin is a Russian businessman with close links, including financial, to the Wagner Group, a Russia-based unincorporated private military entity.

In this way, Prigozhin is engaged in and provides support for the Wagner Group’s activities in Libya, which threaten the country’s peace, stability and security.

In particular, the Wagner Group is involved in multiple and repeated breaches of the arms embargo in Libya established in UNSCR 1970 (2011) and transposed in Article 1 of Decision (CFSP) 2015/1333, including the delivery of arms and the deployment of mercenaries into Libya in support of the Libya National Army. The Wagner Group has participated in multiple military operations against the UN-endorsed Government of National Accord and has contributed to damaging the stability of Libya and undermining a peaceful process.

15.10.2020

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KUZNETSOV, Aleksandr (Alexander) Sergeevich

(Александр Сергеевич КУЗНЕЦОВ)

Position (s): Commander of 1st Attack and Reconnaissance Company of the Wagner Group

Callsign: Ratibor

Date of birth: 8 October 1977

Place of birth: Nikolskoye, former USSR (now Russian Federation)

Nationality: Russian

Wagner Group ID: M-0271

Gender: male

Aleksandr Sergeevich Kuznetsov belongs to the command structure of the Wagner Group, a Russia-based unincorporated private military entity. He took command of the 1st Attack and Reconnaissance Company of the Wagner Group in 2014. He was injured in September 2019 in Libya while fighting alongside the Libyan National Liberation Army (NLA) as commander of the Wagner Group’s military operatives. Through his position and actions, Kuznetsov is responsible for the Wagner Group’s activities that threaten the peace, stability and security of Libya.

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ANNEX III

LIST OF PERSONS AND ENTITIES REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 9(1)

A.   Individuals

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6.    Name: 1: ABU 2: ZAYD 3: UMAR 4: DORDA

Title: n/a Designation: a) Director, External Security Organisation. b) Head of external intelligence agency. DOB: 4 Apr. 1944 POB: Alrhaybat Good quality a.k.a.: a) Dorda Abuzed OE b) Abu Zayd Umar Hmeid Dorda Low quality a.k.a.: n/a Nationality: n/a Passport no: Libya number FK117RK0, issued on 25 Nov. 2018, issued in Tripoli (Date of expiration: 24 Nov. 2026) National identification no: n/a Address: Libya (Believed status/location: deceased) Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 27 Jun. 2014, 1 Apr. 2016, 25 Feb. 2020, 18 Jul. 2022) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). Listed on 17 March 2011 pursuant to paragraph 17 of resolution 1970 (Asset Freeze).

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7.    Name: 1: ABU 2: BAKR 3: YUNIS 4: JABIR

Title: Major General Designation: Defence Minister. DOB: 1952 POB: Jalo, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). Listed on 17 March 2011 pursuant to paragraph 17 of resolution 1970 (Asset Freeze). Believed status/location: deceased. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525775

8.    Name: 1: MATUQ 2: MOHAMMED 3: MATUQ 4: na

Title: na Designation: Secretary for Utilities DOB: 1956 POB: Khoms, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). Listed on 17 March 2011 pursuant to paragraph 17 of resolution 1970 (Asset Freeze). Believed status/location: unknown, believed captured. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525795

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10.    Name: 1: HANNIBAL 2: MUAMMAR 3: QADHAFI 4: na

Title: na Designation: na DOB: 20 Sep. 1975 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: Libya B/002210 National identification no: na Address: Lebanon (In custody) Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 11 Nov. 2016, 26 Sep. 2014, 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525835

11.    Name: 1: KHAMIS 2: MUAMMAR 3: QADHAFI 4: na

Title: na Designation: na DOB: 1978 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 26 Sep. 2014, 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). Believed status/location: deceased. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525855

12.    Name: 1: MOHAMMED 2: MUAMMAR 3: QADHAFI 4: na

Title: na Designation: na DOB: 1970 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: Sultanate of Oman (Believed status/location: Sultanate of Oman) Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 26 Sep. 2014, 4 Sep. 2013, 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525875

13.    Name: 1: MUAMMAR 2: MOHAMMED 3: ABU MINYAR 4: QADHAFI

Title: na Designation: Leader of the Revolution, Supreme Commander of Armed Forces DOB: 1942 POB: Sirte, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 4 Sep. 2013, 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). Believed status/location: deceased. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525895

14.    Name: 1: MUTASSIM 2: QADHAFI 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: National Security Adviser DOB: a) 1976 b) 5 Feb. 1974 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: a) Almuatesem Bellah Muammer Qadhafi b) Mutassim Billah Abuminyar Qadhafi Low quality a.k.a.: a) Muatasmblla b) Muatasimbllah c) Moatassam Nationality: na Passport no: Libya B/001897 National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 1 Apr. 2016, 26 Sep. 2014, 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban,Asset Freeze). Believed status/location: deceased. Reportedly deceased in Sirte, Libya, on 20 October 2011. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525915

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15.    Name: 1: SAADI 2: QADHAFI 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: Commander Special Forces DOB: a) 27 May 1973 b) 1 Jan. 1975 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: a) 014797 b) 524521 c) Libya number AA862825, issued on 19 May 2021, issued in Tripoli (expires 18 May 2029) National identification no: na Address: Libya (in custody) Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 28 Jan. 2022, 26 Mar. 2015, 2 Apr. 2012, 14 Mar. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). Listed on 17 March 2011 pursuant to paragraph 17 of resolution 1970 (Asset Freeze).

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16.    Name: 1: SAIF AL-ARAB 2: QADHAFI 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: na DOB: 1982 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). Listed on 17 March 2011 pursuant to paragraph 17 of resolution 1970 (Asset Freeze). Believed status/location: deceased. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525955

17.    Name: 1: SAIF AL-ISLAM 2: QADHAFI 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: Director, Qadhafi Foundation DOB: 25 Jun. 1972 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: Libya B014995 National identification no: na Address: Libya (Believed status/location: restricted freedom of movement in Zintan, Libya) Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 11 Nov. 2016, 26 Sep. 2014, 2 Apr. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525975

18.    Name: 1: ABDULLAH 2: AL-SENUSSI 3: na 4: na

Title: Colonel Designation: Director Military Intelligence DOB: 1949 POB: Sudan Good quality a.k.a.: a) Abdoullah Ould Ahmed (Passport number: B0515260; DOB: 1948; POB: Anefif (Kidal), Mali; Date of issue: 10 Jan 2012; Place of issue: Bamako, Mali; Date of expiration: 10 Jan 2017.) b) Abdoullah Ould Ahmed (Mali ID Number 073/SPICRE; POB: Anefif, Mali; Date of issue: 6 Dec 2011; Place of issue: Essouck, Mali) Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: Libya (Believed status/location: in custody in Libya.) Listed on: 26 Feb. 2011 (amended on 27 Jun. 2014, 21 Mar. 2013) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban). Listed on 17 March 2011 pursuant to paragraph 17 of resolution 1970 (Asset Freeze). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5525995

19.    Name: 1: SAFIA 2: FARKASH 3: AL-BARASSI 4: na

Title: na Designation: na DOB: Approximately 1952 POB: Al Bayda, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: Safia Farkash Mohammed Al-Hadad, born 1 Jan. 1953 (Oman passport no.03825239, date of issue 4 May 2014, expiry 3 May 2024.) Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: 03825239 National identification no: 98606491 Address: a) Sultanate of Oman b) (Believed location — Egypt) Listed on: 24 Jun. 2011 (amended on 1 Apr. 2016, 26 Mar. 2015, 26 Sep. 2014, 4 Sep. 2013, 2 Apr. 2012, 13 Feb. 2012) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 and paragraph 19 of resolution 1973 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5526015

20.    Name: 1: ABDELHAFIZ 2: ZLITNI 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: a) Minister for Planning and Finance in Colonel Qadhafi's Government. b) Secretary of the General People's Committee for Finance and Planning c) Temporary head of the Central Bank of Libya DOB: 1935 POB: na Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: Libya Listed on: 24 Jun. 2011 (amended on 11 Nov. 2016, 26 Sep. 2014) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 1970 and paragraph 19 of resolution 1973 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/5526035

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21.    Name: 1: ERMIAS 2: ALEM 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: Leader of a transnational trafficking network DOB: Approximately 1980 POB: Eritrea Good quality a.k.a.: Ermias Ghermay, Guro Low quality a.k.a.: a) Ermies Ghermay b) Ermias Ghirmay Nationality: Eritrea Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: (Known address: Tripoli, Tarig sure no. 51, likely moved to Sabratha in 2015.) Listed on: 7 June 2018 Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze)

Listed pursuant to paragraph 22(a) of resolution 1970 (2011); paragraph 4(a) of resolution 2174 (2014); paragraph 11(a) of resolution 2213 (2015).

Additional information

Ermias Alem is extensively documented by multiple reliable sources, including criminal investigations, identifying him as one of the most important sub-Saharan actors involved in the illicit trafficking of migrants in Libya. Ermias Alem is a leader of a transnational network responsible for trafficking and smuggling tens of thousands of migrants, mainly from the Horn of Africa to the coast of Libya and onwards to destination countries in Europe and the United States. He has armed men at his disposal, as well as warehouses and detention camps where serious human rights abuses are reportedly being committed against migrants. He works in close cooperation with Libyan smuggling networks like that of Mustafa, and he is considered their ‘Eastern supply chain’. His network stretches from Sudan to the coast of Libya and to Europe (Italy, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, the United Kingdom) and the United States. Alem controls private detention camps around the Libyan northwest coast where migrants are detained, and where serious abuses against migrants have taken place. From these camps, migrants are transported to Sabratha or Zawiya. In recent years, Alem has organised countless perilous journeys across the sea, exposing migrants (including numerous minors) to the risk of death. The Court of Palermo (Italy) issued arrest warrants in 2015 against Ermias Alem in relation to the smuggling of thousands of migrants under inhumane circumstances, including the shipwrecking on 13 October 2013 near Lampedusa in which 266 people died.

22.    Name: 1: FITIWI 2: ABDELRAZAK 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: Leader of a transnational trafficking network DOB: Approximately (30-35 years old) POB: Massaua, Eritrea Good quality a.k.a.: Abdurezak, Abdelrazaq, Abdulrazak, Abdrazzak Low quality a.k.a.: Fitwi Esmail Abdelrazak Nationality: Eritrea Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 7 June 2018 Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze)

Listed pursuant to paragraph 22(a) of resolution 1970 (2011); paragraph 4(a) of resolution 2174 (2014); paragraph 11(a) of resolution 2213 (2015).

Additional information

Fitiwi Abdelrazak is a leader of a transnational network responsible for trafficking and smuggling tens of thousands of migrants, mainly from the Horn of Africa to the coast of Libya and onwards to destination countries in Europe and the United States. Fitiwi Abdelrazak has been identified in open sources and in several criminal investigations as one of the top-level actors responsible for the exploitation and abuse of a large number of migrants in Libya. Abdelrazak has extensive contacts within Libyan smuggling networks and has accumulated immense wealth through the illicit trafficking of migrants. He has armed men at his disposal, as well as warehouses and detention camps where serious human rights abuses are being committed. His network is composed of cells reaching from Sudan, Libya, Italy and onwards to destination countries for migrants. Migrants in his camps are also bought from other parties, such as other local detention facilities. From these camps, migrants are transported to the Libyan coast. Abdelrazak has organised countless perilous maritime journeys, exposing migrants (including minors) to the risk of death. Abdelrazak is linked to at least two shipwrecks with fatal consequences between April 2014 and July 2014.

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23.    Name: 1: AHMAD 2: OUMAR 3: IMHAMAD 4: AL-FITOURI

Title: na Designation: Commander of the Anas al-Dabbashi militia, Leader of a transnational trafficking network DOB: 7 May 1988 POB: (possibly Sabratha, Talil neighbourhood) Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: a) Al-Dabachi b) Al Ammu c) The Uncle d) Al-Ahwal e) Al Dabbashi Nationality: Libya Passport no: Libya number LY53FP76; issued on 29 September 2015; issued in Tripoli National identification no: 119880387067 Address: a) Garabulli, Libya b) Zawiya, Libya c) Dbabsha-Sabratah Listed on: 7 June 2018 (amended on 17 September 2018, 25 February 2020) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze)

Listed pursuant to paragraph 22(a) of resolution 1970 (2011); paragraph 4(a) of resolution 2174 (2014); paragraph 11(a) of resolution 2213 (2015). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/

Additional information

Ahmad Imhamad is the commander of the Anas al-Dabbashi militia, formerly operating in the coastal area between Sabratha and Melita. Imhamad is a significant leader in illicit activities related to the trafficking of migrants. The al-Dabbashi clan and militia also cultivate relationships with terrorist and violent extremist groups. Imhamad is currently active around Zawiya, after violent clashes broke out with other militia and rivalling smuggling organisations around the coastal area in October 2017, resulting in over 30 deaths including civilians. In response to his ouster, Ahmad Imhamad on 4 December 2017 publicly vowed to return to Sabratha with weapons and force. There is extensive evidence that Imhamad's militia has been directly involved in the illicit trafficking and smuggling of migrants, and that his militia controls departure areas for migrants, camps, safe houses and boats. There is information that supports the conclusion that Imhamad has exposed migrants (including minors) to brutal conditions and sometimes fatal circumstances on land and at sea. After violent clashes between Imhamad's militia and other militia in Sabratha, thousands of migrants were found (many in serious condition), most of them held in centres of the Martyrs Anas al-Dabbashi brigade and al-Ghul militia. The al-Dabbashi clan, and the connected Anas al-Dabbashi militia, have long-standing links with Islamic State in the Levante (ISIL) and its affiliates.

Several ISIL operatives have been in their ranks, including Abdallah al-Dabbashi, the ISIL ‘caliph’ of Sabratha. Imhamad was also allegedly involved in orchestrating the murder of Sami Khalifa al-Gharabli, who was appointed by the Sabratha municipal council to counter migrant smuggling operations in July 2017. Imhamad's activities largely contribute to the mounting violence and insecurity in western Libya and threaten peace and stability in Libya and neighbouring countries.

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24.    Name: 1: MUS'AB 2: MUSTAFA 3: ABU AL QASSIM 4: OMAR

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Title: na Designation: Leader of a transnational trafficking network DOB: 19 Jan. 1983 POB: Sabratha, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: Mus'ab Abu Qarin Low quality a.k.a.: a) ABU-AL QASSIM OMAR Musab Boukrin b) The Doctor c) Al-Grein Nationality: Libya Passport no: a) 782633, issued on 31 May 2005 b) 540794, issued on 12 Jan. 2008 National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 7 June 2018 Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze)

Listed pursuant to paragraph 22(a) of resolution 1970 (2011); paragraph 4(a) of resolution 2174 (2014); paragraph 11(a) of resolution 2213 (2015). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/

Additional information

Mus'ab Mustafa is seen as a central actor in human trafficking and migrant smuggling activities in the area of Sabratha, but also works from Zawiya and Garibulli. His transnational network covers Libya, European destinations, sub-Saharan countries for the recruitment of migrants and Arab countries for the financial sector. Reliable sources have documented his collusion in human trafficking and smuggling with Ermias Alem, who takes care of the ‘Eastern supply chain’ on behalf of Mustafa. There is evidence that Mustafa has cultivated relationships with other actors in the trafficking business, notably Mohammed al-HadiadaHh (cousin and head of the al-Nasr brigade, also proposed for listing) in Zawiya. A former accomplice of Mustafa, who is now cooperating with the Libyan authorities, claims that Mustafa organised journeys over sea for 45 000 people in 2015 alone, exposing migrants (including minors) to the risk of death. Mustafa is the organiser of a journey on 18 April 2015 ending in a shipwrecking in the Sicilian Canal that caused the death of 800 people. Evidence, including from the UN Panel of Experts, documents that he is responsible for the detention of migrants under brutal conditions, including in Tripoli near the al-Wadi area and seaside resorts near Sabratha where migrants are held. Mustafa is reported to have been close to the al-Dabbashi clan in Sabratha, until a conflict broke out over a ‘protection tax’. Sources have reported that Mustafa has paid persons close to violent extremists in the Sabratha area, in exchange for the approval to smuggle migrants on behalf of violent extremist circles, that financially benefit from the exploitation of illegal immigration. Mustafa is connected to a network of smugglers composed of Salafi armed groups in Tripoli, Sebha and Kufra.

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25.    Name: 1: MOHAMMED 2: AL AMIN 3: AL-ARABI 4: KASHLAF

Title: na Designation: Commander of the Shuhada al-Nasr brigade, Head of the Petrol Refinery Guard of Zawiya's refinery DOB: 2 December 1985 POB: Zawiya, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: a) Kashlaf b) Koshlaf c) Keslaf d) al-Qasab Nationality: Libya Passport no: C17HLRL3, issued on 30 December 2015, issued in Zawiya National identification no: na Address: Zawiya, Libya Listed on: 7 June 2018 (amended on 17 September 2018, 25 February 2020) Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze)

Listed pursuant to paragraph 22(a) of resolution 1970 (2011); paragraph 4(a) of resolution 2174 (2014); paragraph 11(a) of resolution 2213 (2015).

Additional information

Mohammed al-Hadi is the head of the Shuhada al Nasr brigade in Zawiya, Western Libya. His militia controls the Zawiya refinery, a central hub of migrant smuggling operations. Al-Hadi also controls detention centres, including the Nasr detention centre – nominally under the control of the DCIM. As documented in various sources, the network of al-Hadi is one of the most dominant in the field of migrant smuggling and the exploitation of migrants in Libya. Al-Hadi has extensive links with the head of the local unit of the coast guard of Zawiya, al-Rahman al-Milad, whose unit intercepts boats with migrants, often of rivalling migrant smuggling networks. Migrants are then brought to detention facilities under the control of the Al Nasr militia, where they are reportedly held in critical conditions. The Panel of Experts for Libya collected evidence of migrants that were frequently beaten, while others, notably women from sub-Saharan countries and Morocco, were sold on the local market as ‘sex slaves’. The Panel has also found that al-Hadi collaborates with other armed groups and has been involved in repeated violent clashes in 2016 and 2017.

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26.    Name: 1: ABD 2: AL-RAHMAN 3: AL-MILAD 4: na

Title: na Designation: Commander of the Coast Guard in Zawiya DOB: Approximately (29 years old) POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: a) Rahman Salim Milad b) al-Bija Nationality: Libya Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: Zawiya, Libya Listed on: 7 June 2018 Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze)

Listed pursuant to paragraph 22(a) of resolution 1970 (2011); paragraph 4(a) of resolution 2174 (2014); paragraph 11(a) of resolution 2213 (2015).

Additional information

Abd al Rahman al-Milad heads the regional unit of the Coast Guard in Zawiya that is consistently linked with violence against migrants and other human smugglers. The UN Panel of Experts claims that Milad, and other coastguard members, are directly involved in the sinking of migrant boats using firearms. Al-Milad collaborates with other migrant smugglers such as Mohammed al-Hadi (also proposed for listing) who, sources suggest, is providing protection to him to carry out illicit operations related to the trafficking and smuggling of migrants. Several witnesses in criminal investigations have stated they were picked up at sea by armed men on a Coast Guard ship called Tallil (used by al-Milad) and taken to the al-Nasr detention centre, where they are reportedly held in brutal conditions and subjected to beatings.

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27.    Name: 1: IBRAHIM 2: SAEED 3: SALIM 4: JADHRAN

Title: na Designation: Leader of armed militias DOB: 29 October 1982 POB: na Good quality a.k.a.: Ibrahim Saeed Salem Awad Aissa Hamed Dawoud Al Jadhran Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: Libya Passport no: S/263963; issued on 8 November 2012 National identification no: a) 119820043341 b) Personal identification no.: 137803 Address: na Listed on: 11 Sept. 2018 (amended on 25 February 2020) Other information: Name of mother Salma Abdula Younis.Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze). INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/xxxx.

Listed pursuant to paragraphs 11 (b), 11 (c) and 11 (d) of resolution 2213 (2015); paragraph 11 of resolution 2362 (2017).

Additional information

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Libya's Attorney General's Office has issued an arrest warrant against the person concerned accusing him of perpetrating a number of crimes.
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The person concerned carried out armed actions and attacks against oil installations located in the oil crescent region that caused its destruction, the latest of which was on 14 June 2018.
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The attacks on the crescent oil region resulted in many casualties among the inhabitants of the region and endangered the lives of civilians.
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The attacks intermittently halted Libyan oil exports from 2013 to 2018, which led to significant losses for the Libyan economy.
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The person concerned attempted to export oil illegally.
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The person concerned recruits foreign fighters for his repeated attacks against ‘oil crescent’ region.
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The person concerned, through his actions, is working against the stability of Libya, and constitutes an obstacle in the way of the Libyan parties to resolve the political crisis and implement the United Nations Plan of Action.

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28.    Name: 1: SALAH 2: BADI 3: na 4: na

Title: na Designation: Senior commander of the armed anti-GNA Al-Somood front, also known as Fakhr or ‘Pride of Libya’, and the Misratan Al Marsa Central Shield brigade DOB: na POB: na Good quality a.k.a.: na Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 16 Nov. 2018 Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze).

Listed pursuant to paragraph 22 (a) of resolution 1970 (2011), paragraph 4 (a) of resolution 2174 (2014) and paragraph 11 (a) of resolution 2213 (2015).

Additional information

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Salah Badi has consistently attempted to undermine a political resolution in Libya through his support for armed resistance. Open source evidence confirms Salah Badi is a senior commander of the armed anti-GNA Al-Somood front, also known as Fakhr or ‘Pride of Libya’, and the Misratan Al Marsa Central Shield brigade.
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He has played a leading role in the recent fighting in Tripoli which began on 27 August 2018, in which at least 115 people were killed, most of which are civilians. Forces under his command were specifically referred to by UNSMIL when it called on all parties to the fighting to cease acts of violence (and reminded them that targeting civilians and civilian installations is prohibited by IHL).
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During late 2016 and 2017, Salah Badi led anti-GNA militias in attacks on Tripoli in repeated attempts to remove power from the GNA and restore the unrecognised ‘National Salvation Government’ of Khalifa Ghwell. On 21 February 2017, Badi appeared next to tanks in a YouTube video recorded outside the Rixos hotel in Tripoli, and threatened to confront the Unrecognised Government of National Accord. On 26 and 27 May 2017 Fakhr Libya (‘Pride of Libya’) forces led by Salah Badi attacked locations in Tripoli including the Abu Sleem area and airport road. Reliable media reports, corroborated by social media, said Badi's forces used tanks and heavy artillery in the attack.

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29.    Name: 1: Osama 2: Al Kuni 3: Ibrahim 4: na

Title: Manager of Al Nasr Detention Center in Zawiyah Designation: na DOB: 4 April 1976 POB: Tripoli, Libya Good quality a.k.a.: a) Osama Milad b) Osama al-Milad c) Osama Zawiya d) Osama Zawiyah e) Osama al Kuni Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: Libya Passport no: na National identification no: na Address: Zawiyah, Libya Listed on: 25 October 2021 Other information: As de facto manager of the Al Nasr detention center the person concerned has directly, and/or through subordinates engaged in or provided support to acts that violate applicable international human rights law, or acts that constitute human rights abuses in Libya. The Person concerned has acted for or on behalf of or at the direction of two listed individuals intrinsically linked to the human trafficking activities of the Zawiyah network, namely Mohamed Kashlaf (LYi.025) and Abdulrahman al Milad (LYi.026). Listed pursuant to paragraphs 15 and 17 of resolution 1970 (Travel Ban, Asset Freeze).

Listed pursuant to paragraphs 11 (a), 11 (f) of resolution 2213 (2015); paragraph 11 of resolution 2441 (2018).

Additional information

As de facto manager of the Al Nasr detention centre the person concerned has directly, and/or through subordinates engaged in or provided support to acts that violate applicable international human rights law, or acts that constitute human rights abuses in Libya. The Person concerned has acted for or on behalf of or at the direction of two listed individuals intrinsically linked to the human trafficking activities of the Zawiyah network, namely Mohamed Kashlaf (LYi.025) and Abdulrahman al Milad (LYi.026). For years, the Al Nasr detention centre in Zawiyah has been singled out in public and in confidential reports describing the plight of migrants and asylum seekers in Libya, including torture, sexual and gender-based violence and human trafficking. Humanitarian organizations and victims of trafficking have consistently identified the person concerned as the de facto manager of the detention centre. Three individuals who had been working in the Al Nasr detention centre were served prison sentences for torturing migrants in the detention centre.

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ANNEX IV

LIST OF PERSONS AND ENTITIES REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 9(2)

A.   Persons



 

Name

Identifying information

Reasons

Date of listing

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2.

ABU SHAARIYA

Position: Deputy Head, External Security Organisation

Brother-in-law of Muammar Qadhafi.

Prominent member of the Qadhafi regime and as such closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

28.2.2011

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ALSHARGAWI, Bashir Saleh Bashir

Date of birth: 1946

Place of birth: Traghen

Head of Cabinet of Muammar Qadhafi. Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

28.2.2011

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FARKASH, Mohammed Boucharaya

Date of birth: 1 July 1949

Place of birth: Al-Bayda

Former director of intelligence in External Security Office.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

28.2.2011

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EL-KASSIM ZOUAI, Mohamed Abou

 

Former Secretary General of the General People's Congress.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

21.3.2011

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HIJAZI, Mohamad Mahmoud

 

Minister for Health and Environment in Colonel Qadhafi's Government.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

21.3.2011

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9.

HOUEJ, Mohamad Ali

Minister of Economy and Trade in the Government of National Unity of Libya

Date of birth: 1949

Place of birth: Al-Azizia (near Tripoli)

Minister for Industry, Economy and Trade in Colonel Qadhafi’s Government.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

21.3.2011

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AL-CHARIF, Ibrahim Zarroug

 

Minister for Social Affairs in Colonel Qadhafi's Government.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

21.3.2011

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FAKHIRI, Abdelkebir Mohamad

Date of birth: 4 May 1963

Passport number: B/014965 (expired end 2013)

Minister for Education, Higher Education and Research in Colonel Qadhafi's Government. Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

21.3.2011

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DIBRI, Abdulqader Yusef

Position: Head of Muammar Qadhafi's personal security

Date of Birth: 1946

Place of Birth: Houn, Libya

Responsibility for regime security. History of directing violence against dissidents.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

28.2.2011

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17.

AL QADHAFI, Quren Salih Quren

a.k.a. Akrin Akrin Saleh, Al Qadhafi Qurayn Salih Qurayn, Al Qadhafi Qu’ren Salih Qu’ren, Salah Egreen

Gender: male

Former Libyan Ambassador to Chad. Has left Chad for Sabha. Involved directly in recruiting and coordinating mercenaries for the regime of the late Muammar Qadhafi.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

Member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Libya (PFLL), a militia and political party loyal to the late Muammar Qadhafi. Involved in undermining the successful completion of Libya’s political transition by opposing the UN and undermining the UN-facilitated political process, including the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF), thereby posing a continued risk to the peace, stability and security of Libya.

12.4.2011

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AL KUNI, Colonel Amid Husain

Believed status/location: South Libya

Former Governor of Ghat (South Libya). Directly involved in recruiting mercenaries.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

12.4.2011

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23.

DIAB, Moussa

a.k.a. DIAB, Mousa

Gender: male

Moussa Diab is responsible for and has directly engaged in serious human rights abuses including human trafficking and the kidnapping, raping and killing of migrants and refugees.

He held migrants and refugees in captivity in an illegal detention camp near Bani Walid, where they were treated in an inhuman and degrading manner. Several migrants and refugees were killed when they tried to escape from the detention camp.

21.9.2020

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24.

Yevgeniy Viktorovich PRIGOZHIN

(Евгений Викторович Пригожин)

Date of birth: 1 June 1961

Place of birth: Leningrad, former USSR (now St. Petersburg, Russian Federation)

Nationality: Russian

Gender: male

Yevgeniy Viktorovich Prigozhin is a Russian businessman with close links, including financial, to the Wagner Group, a Russia-based unincorporated private military entity.

In this way, Prigozhin is engaged in and provides support for the Wagner Group’s activities in Libya, which threaten the country’s peace, stability and security.

In particular, the Wagner Group is involved in multiple and repeated breaches of the arms embargo in Libya established in UNSCR 1970 (2011) and transposed in Article 1 of Decision (CFSP) 2015/1333, including the delivery of arms and the deployment of mercenaries into Libya in support of the Libya National Army. The Wagner Group has participated in multiple military operations against the UN-endorsed Government of National Accord and has contributed to damaging the stability of Libya and undermining a peaceful process.

15.10.2020

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25.

KUZNETSOV, Aleksandr (Alexander) Sergeevich

(Александр Сергеевич КУЗНЕЦОВ)

Position (s): Commander of 1st Attack and Reconnaissance Company of the Wagner Group

Callsign: Ratibor

Date of birth: 8 October 1977

Place of birth: Nikolskoye, former USSR (now Russian Federation)

Nationality: Russian

Wagner Group ID: M-0271

Gender: male

Aleksandr Sergeevich Kuznetsov belongs to the command structure of the Wagner Group, a Russia-based unincorporated private military entity. He took command of the 1st Attack and Reconnaissance Company of the Wagner Group in 2014. He was injured in September 2019 in Libya while fighting alongside the Libyan National Liberation Army (NLA) as commander of the Wagner Group’s military operatives. Through his position and actions, Kuznetsov is responsible for the Wagner Group’s activities that threaten the peace, stability and security of Libya.

13.12.2021

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B.   Entities



 

Name

Identifying information

Reasons

Date of listing

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2.

Gaddafi International Charity and Development Foundation

Contact details of administration: Hay Alandalus — Jian St. — Tripoli — PoBox: 1101 — LIBYA Telephone: (+218) 214778301 — Fax: (+218) 214778766; email: info@gicdf.org

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

21.3.2011

3.

Waatassimou Foundation

Based in Tripoli.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

21.3.2011

4.

Libyan Jamahirya Broadcasting Corporation

Contact details: tel: 00 218 21 444 59 26; 00 21 444 59 00; fax: 00 218 21 340 21 07 http://www.ljbc.net; email: info@ljbc.net

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

Involved in public incitement to hatred and violence through participation in disinformation campaigns concerning violence against demonstrators.

21.3.2011

5.

Revolutionary Guard Corps

 

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

Involved in violence against demonstrators.

21.3.2011

6.

Libyan Agricultural Bank (a.k.a. Agricultural Bank; a.k.a. Al Masraf Al Zirae Agricultural Bank; a.k.a. Al Masraf Al Zirae; a.k.a. Libyan Agricultural Bank)

El Ghayran Area, Ganzor El Sharqya, P.O. Box 1100, Tripoli, Libya; Al Jumhouria Street, East Junzour, Al Gheran, Tripoli, Libya; Email Address agbank@agribankly.org;

SWIFT/BIC AGRULYLT (Libya); Tel No. (218)214870586;

Tel No. (218) 214870714;

Tel No. (218) 214870745;

Tel No. (218) 213338366;

Tel No. (218) 213331533;

Tel No. (218) 213333541;

Tel No. (218) 213333544;

Tel No. (218) 213333543;

Tel No. (218) 213333542;

Fax No. (218) 214870747;

Fax No. (218) 214870767;

Fax No. (218) 214870777;

Fax No. (218) 213330927;

Fax No. (218) 213333545

Libyan subsidiary of the Central Bank of Libya.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

12.4.2011

7.

Al-Inma Holding Co. for Services Investments

 

Libyan subsidiary of the Economic & Social Development Fund

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

12.4.2011

8.

Al-Inma Holding Co. For Industrial Investments

 

Libyan subsidiary of the Economic & Social Development Fund

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

12.4.2011

9.

Al-Inma Holding Company for Tourism Investment

Hasan al-Mashay Street (off al- Zawiyah Street) Tel No.: (218) 213345187 Fax: +218.21.334.5188 e-mail: info@ethic.ly

Libyan subsidiary of the Economic & Social Development Fund

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

12.4.2011

10.

Al-Inma Holding Co. for Construction and Real Estate Developments

 

Libyan subsidiary of the Economic & Social Development Fund

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

12.4.2011

11.

LAP Green Networks (a.k.a. Lap GreenN, LAP Green Holding Company)

9th Floor, Ebene Tower, 52, Cybercity, Ebene, Mauritius

Libyan subsidiary of the Libyan Africa Investment Portfolio.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

12.4.2011

12.

Sabtina Ltd

530-532 Elder Gate, Elder House, Milton Keynes, UK

Other info: Reg no 01794877 (UK)

UK-incorporated subsidiary of the Libyan Investment Authority.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

12.4.2011

13.

Ashton Global Investments Limited

Woodbourne Hall, PO Box 3162, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands

Other Info: Reg no 1510484 (BVI)

BVI-incorporated subsidiary of the Libyan Investment Authority.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

12.4.2011

14.

Capitana Seas Limited

 

BVI -incorporated entity owned by Saadi Qadhafi

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

12.4.2011

15.

Kinloss Property Limited

Woodbourne Hall, PO Box 3162, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands

Other Info: Reg no 1534407 (BVI)

BVI -incorporated subsidiary of the Libyan Investment Authority.

Closely associated with the former regime of Muammar Qadhafi.

12.4.2011

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17.

Sigma Airlines

a.k.a. Sigma Aviation; Air Sigma

Address:

Markov Str. 11

050013, Almaty, Kazakhstan

Tel. +77272922305

Website: https://airsigma.pro/

Registered under name: Kenesbayev Umirbek Zharmenovich

Sigma Airlines is a commercial cargo air company which operates aircrafts found to have violated the arms embargo in Libya established in UNSCR 1970 (2011) and transposed in Article 1 of Decision (CFSP) 2015/1333.

The UN has identified Sigma Airlines as one of the commercial air cargo providers operating in non-compliance with the UN embargo on the transfer of military material to Libya.

21.9.2020

18.

Avrasya Shipping

Address:

Liman Mh. Gezi Cd. No:22/3 İlkadım, Samsun, Turkey

Tel. +90 549 720 1748

Email: info@avrasyashipping.com

Website: http://www.avrasyashipping.com/iletisim

Avrasya Shipping is a maritime company which operates a vessel called Cirkin found to have violated the arms embargo in Libya established in UNSCR 1970 (2011) and transposed in Article 1 of Decision (CFSP) 2015/1333.

In particular, the Cirkin has been linked to transports of military material to Libya in May and June 2020.

21.9.2020

19.

Med Wave Shipping

Address:

Office 511, 5th Floor, Baraka Building, Dauwar Al-Waha, Jordan;

Adel Al-Hojrat building no 3, 1st Floor, opposite Swefieh, Mall-Swefieh Po Box 850880 Amman, 11185 Jordan;

Ground Floor, Orient Queen Homes Building, John Kennedy, Ras Beirut, Lebanon

Tel. +962787064121; +96265865550; +96265868550

Email: operation@medwave.co

Med Wave Shipping is a maritime company which operates a vessel called Bana found to have violated the arms embargo in Libya established in UNSCR 1970 (2011) and transposed in Article 1 of Decision (CFSP) 2015/1333.

In particular, the Bana has been linked to transports of military material to Libya in January 2020.

21.9.2020

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ANNEX V

LIST OF VESSELS REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 6(1) AND ARTICLE 7(1), (2), (3) AND (5)

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ANNEX VI

LIST OF ENTITIES REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 9(3)

1.    Name: LIBYAN INVESTMENT AUTHORITY

A.k.a.: Libyan Foreign Investment Company (LFIC) F.k.a.: na Address: 1 Fateh Tower Office, No 99 22nd Floor, Borgaida Street, Tripoli, 1103, Libya Listed on: 17 Mar. 2011 Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 17 of resolution 1973, as modified on 16 September pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 2009. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/une/5526075

2.    Name: LIBYAN AFRICA INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO

A.k.a.: na F.k.a.: na Address: Jamahiriya Street, LAP Building, PO Box 91330, Tripoli, Libya Listed on: 17 Mar. 2011 Other information: Listed pursuant to paragraph 17 of resolution 1973, as modified on 16 September pursuant to paragraph 15 of resolution 2009. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/une/5525715



( 1 ) Council Decision (CFSP) 2020/472 of 31 March 2020 on a European Union military operation in the Mediterranean (EUNAVFOR MED IRINI) (OJ L 101, 1.4.2020, p. 4).

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