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Council Regulation (EC) No 881/2002 of 27 May 2002 imposing certain specific restrictive measures directed against certain persons and entities associated with Usama bin Laden, the Al-Qaida network and the Taliban, and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 467/2001 prohibiting the export of certain goods and services to Afghanistan, strengthening the flight ban and extending the freeze of funds and other financial resources in respect of the Taliban of Afghanistan
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32002R0881

Council Regulation (EC) No 881/2002 of 27 May 2002 imposing certain specific restrictive measures directed against certain persons and entities associated with Usama bin Laden, the Al-Qaida network and the Taliban, and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 467/2001 prohibiting the export of certain goods and services to Afghanistan, strengthening the flight ban and extending the freeze of funds and other financial resources in respect of the Taliban of Afghanistan

Official Journal L 139 , 29/05/2002 P. 0009 - 0022


Council Regulation (EC) No 881/2002

of 27 May 2002

imposing certain specific restrictive measures directed against certain persons and entities associated with Usama bin Laden, the Al-Qaida network and the Taliban, and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 467/2001 prohibiting the export of certain goods and services to Afghanistan, strengthening the flight ban and extending the freeze of funds and other financial resources in respect of the Taliban of Afghanistan

THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular Articles 60, 301 and 308 thereof,

Having regard to Common Position 2002/402/CFSP concerning restrictive measures against Usama bin Laden, members of the Al-Qaida organisation and the Taliban and other individuals, groups, undertakings and entities associated with them and repealing Common Positions 96/746/CFSP, 1999/727/CFSP, 2001/154/CFSP and 2001/771/CFSP(1),

Having regard to the proposal from the Commission(2),

Having regard to the opinion of the European Parliament(3),

Whereas:

(1) On 16 January 2002, the Security Council of the United Nations adopted Resolution 1390(2002) determining that the Taliban had failed to respond to its demands made in a number of previous resolutions and condemning the Taliban for allowing Afghanistan to be used as a base for terrorist training and activities and also condemning the Al-Qaida network and other associated terrorist groups for their terrorist acts and destruction of property.

(2) The Security Council decided, inter alia, that the flight ban and certain export restrictions imposed on Afghanistan further to its Resolutions 1267(1999) and 1333(2000) should be repealed and that the scope of the freezing of funds and the prohibition on funds being made available, which were imposed further to these Resolutions, should be adjusted. It also decided that a prohibition on providing the Taliban and the Al-Qaida organisation with certain services related to military activities should be applied. In accordance with paragraph 3 of Resolution 1390(2002), those measures will be reviewed by the Security Council 12 months after adoption of the resolution and at the end of this period the Security Council will either allow the measures to continue or decide to improve them.

(3) In this regard, the Security Council recalled the obligation to implement in full its Resolution 1373(2001) with regard to any member of the Taliban and the Al-Qaida organisation, but also with regard to those who are associated with them and have participated in the financing, planning, facilitation, preparation or perpetration of terrorist acts.

(4) These measures fall under the scope of the Treaty and, therefore, notably with a view to avoiding distortion of competition, Community legislation is necessary to implement the relevant decisions of the Security Council as far as the territory of the Community is concerned. For the purpose of this Regulation, the territory of the Community is deemed to encompass the territories of the Member States to which the Treaty is applicable, under the conditions laid down in that Treaty.

(5) In order to create maximum legal certainty within the Community, the names and other relevant data with regard to natural or legal persons, groups or entities whose funds should be frozen further to a designation by the UN authorities, should be made publicly known and a procedure should be established within the Community to amend these lists.

(6) The competent authorities of the Member States should, where necessary, be empowered to ensure compliance with the provisions of this Regulation.

(7) UN Security Council Resolution 1267(1999) provides that the relevant UN Sanctions Committee may grant exemptions from the freezing of funds on grounds of humanitarian need. Therefore, provision needs to be made to render such exemptions applicable throughout the Community.

(8) For reasons of expediency, the Commission should be empowered to amend the Annexes to this Regulation on the basis of pertinent notification or information by the UN Security Council, the relevant UN Sanctions Committee and Member States, as appropriate.

(9) The Commission and Member States should inform each other of the measures taken under this Regulation and of other relevant information at their disposal in connection with this Regulation, and cooperate with the relevant UN Sanctions Committee, in particular by supplying it with information.

(10) Member States should lay down rules on sanctions applicable to infringements of the provisions of this Regulation and ensure that they are implemented. Those sanctions must be effective, proportionate and dissuasive.

(11) Taking into account that the freezing of funds is to be adjusted, it is necessary to ensure that sanctions for breaches of this Regulation can be imposed as of the date of entry into force of this Regulation.

(12) In view of the measures imposed under Resolution 1390(2002) it is necessary to adjust the measures imposed in the Community by repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 467/2001(4) and adopting a new Regulation,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

For the purpose of this Regulation, the following definitions shall apply:

1. "funds" means financial assets and economic benefits of every kind, including but not limited to cash, cheques, claims on money, drafts, money orders and other payment instruments; deposits with financial institutions or other entities, balances on accounts, debts and debt obligations; publicly and privately traded securities and debt instruments, including stocks and shares, certificates presenting securities, bonds, notes, warrants, debentures, derivatives contracts; interest, dividends or other income on or value accruing from or generated by assets; credit, right of set-off, guarantees, performance bonds or other financial commitments; letters of credit, bills of lading, bills of sale; documents evidencing an interest in funds or financial resources, and any other instrument of export-financing;

2. "economic resources" means assets of every kind, whether tangible or intangible, movable or immovable, which are not funds but can be used to obtain funds, goods or services;

3. "freezing of funds" means preventing any move, transfer, alteration, use of or dealing with funds in any way that would result in any change in their volume, amount, location, ownership, possession, character, destination or other change that would enable the use of the funds, including portfolio management;

4. "freezing of economic resources" means preventing their use to obtain funds, goods or services in any way, including, but not limited to, by selling, hiring or mortgaging them.

Article 2

1. All funds and economic resources belonging to, or owned or held by, a natural or legal person, group or entity designated by the Sanctions Committee and listed in Annex I shall be frozen.

2. No funds shall be made available, directly or indirectly, to, or for the benefit of, a natural or legal person, group or entity designated by the Sanctions Committee and listed in Annex I.

3. No economic resources shall be made available, directly or indirectly, to, or for the benefit of, a natural or legal person, group or entity designated by the Sanctions Committee and listed in Annex I, so as to enable that person, group or entity to obtain funds, goods or services.

Article 3

Without prejudice to the powers of Member States in the exercise of their public authority, it shall be prohibited to grant, sell, supply or transfer, directly or indirectly, technical advice, assistance or training related to military activities, including in particular training and assistance related to the manufacture, maintenance and use of arms and related materiel of all types, to any natural or legal person, group or entity designated by the Sanctions Committee and listed in Annex I.

Article 4

1. The participation, knowingly and intentionally, in activities, the object or effect of which is, directly or indirectly, to circumvent Article 2 or to promote the transactions referred to in Article 3, shall be prohibited.

2. Any information that the provisions of this Regulation are being, or have been, circumvented shall be notified to the competent authorities of the Member States and, directly or through these competent authorities, to the Commission.

Article 5

1. Without prejudice to the applicable rules concerning reporting, confidentiality and professional secrecy and to the provisions of Article 284 of the Treaty, natural and legal persons, entities and bodies shall:

(a) provide immediately any information which would facilitate compliance with this Regulation, such as accounts and amounts frozen in accordance with Article 2, to the competent authorities of the Member States listed in Annex II where they are resident or located, and, directly or through these competent authorities, to the Commission.

In particular, available information in respect of funds, financial assets or economic resources owned or controlled by persons designated by the Sanctions Committee and listed in Annex 1 during the period of six months before the entry into force of this Regulation shall be provided;

(b) cooperate with the competent authorities listed in Annex II in any verification of this information.

2. Any information provided or received in accordance with this Article shall be used only for the purposes for which it was provided or received.

3. Any additional information directly received by the Commission shall be made available to the competent authorities of the Member States concerned.

Article 6

The freezing of funds, other financial assets and economic resources, in good faith that such action is in accordance with this Regulation, shall not involve the natural or legal person, group or entity implementing it, or its directors or employees, in liability of any kind unless it is proved that the freezing was due to negligence.

Article 7

1. The Commission shall be empowered to:

- amend or supplement Annex I on the basis of determinations made by either the United Nations Security Council or the Sanctions Committee, and

- amend Annex II on the basis of information supplied by Member States.

2. Without prejudice to the rights and obligations of the Member States under the Charter of the United Nations, the Commission shall maintain all necessary contacts with the Sanctions Committee for the purpose of the effective implementation of this Regulation.

Article 8

The Commission and the Member States shall immediately inform each other of the measures taken under this Regulation and shall supply each other with relevant information at their disposal in connection with this Regulation, in particular information received in accordance with Article 5 and in respect of violation and enforcement problems and judgements handed down by national courts.

Article 9

This Regulation shall apply notwithstanding any rights conferred or obligations imposed by any international agreement signed or any contract entered into or any licence or permit granted before the entry into force of this Regulation.

Article 10

1. Each Member State shall determine the sanctions to be imposed where the provisions of this Regulation are infringed. Such sanctions shall be effective, proportionate and dissuasive.

2. Pending the adoption, where necessary, of any legislation to this end, the sanctions to be imposed where the provisions of this Regulation are infringed, shall be those determined by the Member States in accordance with Article 13 of Regulation (EC) No 467/2001.

3. Each Member State shall be responsible for bringing proceedings against any natural or legal person, group or entity under its jurisdiction, in cases of violation of any of the prohibitions laid down in this Regulation by any such person, group or entity.

Article 11

This Regulation shall apply

- within the territory of the Community, including its airspace,

- on board any aircraft or any vessel under the jurisdiction of a Member State,

- to any person elsewhere who is a national of a Member State,

- to any legal person, group or entity which is incorporated or constituted under the law of a Member State,

- to any legal person, group or entity doing business within the Community.

Article 12

Regulation (EC) No 467/2001 is hereby repealed.

Article 13

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

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 27 May 2002.

For the Council

The President

M. Arias Cañete

(1) See page 4 of this Official Journal.

(2) Proposal submitted on 6 March 2002 (not yet published in the Official Journal).

(3) Opinion delivered on 11 April 2002 (not yet published in the Official Journal).

(4) OJ L 67, 9.3.2001, p. 1.

ANNEX I

List of persons, groups and entities referred to in Article 2

Legal persons, groups and entities

Aaran Money Wire Service, Inc., 1806, Riverside Avenue, Second Floor, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Abu Sayyaf Group (aka Al Harakat Al Islamiyya)

Afghan Support Committee (ASC), aka Lajnat Ul Masa Eidatul Afghania, Jamiat Ayat-Ur-Rhas Al Islamia, Jamiat Ihya Ul Turath Al Islamia, and Ahya Ul Turas; office locations: Headquarters - G. T. Road (probably Grand Trunk Road), near Pushtoon Garhi Pabbi, Peshawar, Pakistan; Cheprahar Hadda, Mia Omar Sabaqah School, Jalabad, Afghanistan

Al Baraka Exchange L.L.C., PO Box 3313, Deira, Dubai, UAE; PO Box 20066, Dubai, UAE

Al Qaida/Islamic Army (aka "The Base", Al Qaeda, Islamic Salvation Foundation, The Group for the Preservation of the Holy Sites, The Islamic Army for the Liberation of Holy Places, The World Islamic Front for Jihad Against Jews and Crusaders, Usama Bin Laden Network, Usama Bin Laden Organisation)

Al Rashid Trust (aka Al-Rasheed Trust):

- Kitas Ghar, Nazimabad 4, Dahgel-Iftah, Karachi, Pakistan,

- Jamia Maajid, Sulalman Park, Melgium Pura, Lahore, Pakistan,

- Office Dha'rbi M'unin, Opposite Khyber Bank, Abbottabad Road, Mansehra, Pakistan,

- Office Dhar'bi M'unin ZR Brothers, Katcherry Road, Chowk Yadgaar, Peshawar, Pakistan,

- Office Dha'rbi-M'unin, Rm No 3 Moti Plaza, near Liaquat Bagh, Muree Road, Rawalpindi, Pakistan,

- Office Dha'rbi-M'unin, Top floor, Dr Dawa Khan Dental Clinic Surgeon, Main Baxae, Mingora, Swat, Pakistan,

- operations in Afghanistan: Herat, Jalalabad, Kabul, Kandahar, Mazar Sherif,

- also operations in Kosovo, Chechnya

Al Taqwa Trade, Property and Industry Company Limited (fka. Al Taqwa Trade, Property and Industry) (fka Al Taqwa Trade, Property and Industry Establishment) (fka Himmat Establishment), c/o Asat Trust Reg., Altenbach 8, FL-9490 Vaduz, Liechtenstein

Al-Barakaat Bank, Mogadishu, Somalia

Al-Barakaat Wiring Service, 2940, Pillsbury Avenue, Suite 4, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408, USA

Al-Barakaat, Mogadishu, Somalia; Dubai, UAE

Al-Barakat Bank of Somalia (BSS) (aka Barakat Bank of Somalia), Mogadishu, Somalia; Bossasso, Somalia

Al-Barakat Finance Group, Dubai, UAE; Mogadishu, Somalia

Al-Barakat Financial Holding Co., Dubai, UAE; Mogadishu, Somalia

Al-Barakat Global Telecommunications (aka Barakaat Globetelcompany), PO Box 3313, Dubai, UAE; Mogadishu, Somalia; Hargeysa, Somalia

Al-Barakat Group of Companies Somalia Limited (aka Al-Barakat Financial Company), PO Box 3313, Dubai, UAE; Mogadishu, Somalia

Al-Barakat International (aka Baraco Co.), PO Box 2923, Dubai, UAE

Al-Barakat Investments, PO Box 3313, Deira, Dubai, UAE

Al-Hamati Sweets Bakeries, Al-Mukallah, Hadhramawt Governorate, Yemen

Al-Itihaad Al-Islamiya (AIAI)

Al-Jihad/Egyptian Islamic Jihad (aka Egyptian Al-Jihad, Egyptian Islamic Jihad, Jihad Group, New Jihad)

Al-Nur Honey Press Shops (aka Al-Nur Honey Center), Sanaa, Yemen

Al-Shifa Honey Press For Industry And Commerce, PO Box 8089, Al-Hasabah, Sanaa, Yemen; By the Shrine Next to the Gas Station, Jamal Street, Taiz, Yemen; Al-Arudh Square, Khur Maksar, Aden, Yemen; Al-Nasr Street, Doha, Qatar

Armed Islamic Group (GIA) (aka Al Jamm'ah Al Islamiah Al-Musallah, GIA, Groupement Islamique Armé)

Asat Trust Reg., Altenbach 8, FL-9490 Vaduz, Liechtenstein

Asbat al-Ansar

Bank Al Taqwa Limited (aka Al Taqwa Bank) (aka Bank Al Taqwa), PO Box N-4877, Nassau, Bahamas; c/o Arthur D. Hanna & Company, 10, Deveaux Street, Nassau, Bahamas

Baraka Trading Company, PO Box 3313, Dubai, UAE

Barakaat Boston, 266, Neponset Avenue, Apt. 43, Dorchester, Massachussets 02122-3224, USA

Barakaat Construction Company, PO Box 3313, Dubai, UAE

Barakaat Group of Companies, PO Box 3313, Dubai, UAE; Mogadishu, Somalia

Barakaat International Foundation, Box 4036, Spanga, Stockholm, Sweden; Rinkebytorget 1, 04, Spanga, Sweden

Barakaat International, Hallbybacken 15, 70 Spanga, Sweden

Barakaat International, Inc., 1929, South 5th Street, Suite 205, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Barakaat North America, Inc., 925, Washington Street, Dorchester, Massachussets, USA; 2019, Bank Street, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Barakaat Red Sea Telecommunications, Bossaso, Somalia; Nakhiil, Somalia; Huruuse, Somalia; Raxmo, Somalia; Ticis, Somalia; Kowthar, Somalia; Noobir, Somalia; Bubaarag, Somalia; Gufure, Somalia; Xuuxuule, Somalia; Ala Aamin, Somalia; Guureeye, Somalia; Najax, Somalia; Carafaat, Somalia

Barakaat Telecommunications Co. Somalia, Ltd, PO Box 3313, Dubai, UAE

Barakaat Wire Transfer Company, 4419, South Brandon Street, Seattle, Washington, USA

Barakat Banks and Remittances, Mogadishu, Somalia; Dubai, UAE

Barakat Computer Consulting (BCC), Mogadishu, Somalia

Barakat Consulting Group (BCG), Mogadishu, Somalia

Barakat Enterprise, 1762, Huy Road, Columbus, Ohio, USA

Barakat Global Telephone Company, Mogadishu, Somalia; Dubai, UAE

Barakat International Companies (BICO), Mogadishu, Somalia; Dubai, UAE

Barakat Post Express (BPE), Mogadishu, Somalia

Barakat Refreshment Company, Mogadishu, Somalia; Dubai, UAE

Barakat Telecommunications Company Limited (aka BTELCO), Bakara Market, Dar Salaam Buildings, Mogadishu, Somalia; Kievitlaan 16, 't Veld, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

Barako Trading Company, L.L.C., PO Box 3313, Dubai, UAE

De Afghanistan Momtaz Bank

Global Service International, 1929, 5th Street, Suite 204, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Harakat Ul-Mujahidin/HUM (aka Al-Faran, Al-Hadid, Al-Hadith, Harakat Ul-Ansar, HUA, Harakat Ul-Mujahideen)

Heyatul Ulya, Mogadishu, Somalia

Islamic Army of Aden

Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) (aka IMU)

Jaish-I-Momhammed (aka Army of Mohammed), Pakistan

Jamyah Taawun Al-Islamia (aka Society of Islamic Cooperation; aka Jamiyat Al Taawun Al Islamiyya; aka JIT), Qandahar City, Afghanistan

Libyan Islamic Fighting Group

Mamoun Darkazanli Import-Export Company (aka Darkazanli Company, Darkazanli Export-Import Sonderposten), Uhlenhorsterweg 34 11, Hamburg, Germany

Nada Management Organisation S.A. (fka Al Taqwa Management Organisation S.A.), Viale Stefano Franscini 22, CH-6900 Lugano (TI), Switzerland

Parka Trading Company, PO Box 3313, Deira, Dubai, UAE

RABITA TRUST, Room 9A, Second Floor, Wahdat Road, Education Town, Lahore, Pakistan; Wares Colony, Lahore, Pakistan

Red Sea Barakat Company Limited, Mogadishu, Somalia; Dubai, UAE

Revival of Islamic Heritage Society (RIHS), aka Jamiat Ihia Al-Turath Al-Islamiya, Revival of Islamic Society Heritage on the African Continent, Jamia Ihya Ul Turath; office locations: Pakistan and Afghanistan. NB: only the Pakistan and Afghanistan offices of this entity will be designated

Salafist Group for Call and Combat (GSPC) (aka Le Groupe Salafiste pour la Prédiction et le Combat)

Somali International Relief Organization, 1806, Riverside Avenue, 2nd Floor, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

Somali Internet Company, Mogadishu, Somalia

Somali Network AB, Hallybybacken 15, 70 Spanga, Sweden

Wafa Humanitarian Organisation (aka Al Wafa, Al Wafa Organisation, Wafa Al-Igatha Al-Islamia) Jordan house No 125, Street 54, Phase II. Hayatabad, Peshawar, Pakistan; offices in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and United Arab Emirates

Youssef M. Nada & Co. Gesellschaft m.b.H., Kaertner Ring 2/2/5/22, A-1010 Vienna, Austria

Youssef M. Nada, Via Riasc 4, CH-6911 Campione d'Italia I, Switzerland

Natural persons

(functions in brackets are those under the former Taliban regime of Afghanistan)

Aazem, Abdul Haiy, Maulavi (First Secretary, Taliban "Consulate General", Quetta)

Abd al-Hadi al-Iraqi (aka Abu Abdallah, Abdal Al-Hadi Al-Iraqi)

Abdul Rahman Yasin (aka Taha, Abdul Rahman S.; aka Taher, Abdul Rahman S.; aka YASIN, Abdul Rahman Said; aka YASIN, Aboud); born 10.4.1960, Bloomington, Indiana USA; SSN 156-92-9858 (USA); passport No 27082171 (USA) (issued 21.6.1992 in Amman, Jordan) or passport No M0887925 (Iraq); citizen USA

Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah (aka Abu Mariam; aka Al-Masri, Abu Mohamed; aka Saleh), Afghanistan; born 1963, Egypt; citizen Egypt

Abdullkadir, Hussein Mahamud, Florence, Italy

Abu Hafs the Mauritanian (aka Mahfouz Ould al-Walid, Khalid Al-Shanqiti, Mafouz Walad Al-Walid, Mahamedou Ouid Slahi); born 1.1.1975

Abu Zubaydah (aka Abu Zubaida, Abd Al-Hadi Al Wahab, Zain Al-Abidin Muhahhad Husain, Zayn Al-Abidin Muhammad Husain, Tariq); born 12.3.1971, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Aden, Adirisak, Skaftingebacken 8, 16367 Spanga, Sweden, date of birth 1 June 1968

Agha, Abdul Rahman (Chief Justice of Military Court)

Agha, Haji Abdul Manan (aka Saiyid; Abd Al-Manam), Pakistan

Agha, Saed M. Azim, Maulavi (Passport and Visa Dept)

Agha, Sayyed Ghiassouddine, Maulavi (Minister of Haj and Religious Affairs)

Ahmadi, Haji M., Mullah (President of Da Afghanistan Bank)

Ahmadulla, Qari (Minister of Security (Intelligence))

Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani (aka Ahmed the Tanzanian; aka Foopie; aka Fupi; aka Ahmad, Abu Bakr; aka Ahmed, A; aka Ahmed, Abubakar; aka Ahmed, Abubakar K.; aka Ahmed, Abubakar Khalfan; aka Ahmed, Abubakary K.; aka Ahmed, Ahmed Khalfan; aka Al Tanzani, Ahmad; aka Ali, Ahmed Khalfan; aka Bakr, Abu; aka Ghailani, Abubakary Khalfan Ahmed; aka Ghailani, Ahmed; aka Ghilani, Ahmad Khalafan; aka Hussein, Mahafudh Abubakar Ahmed Abdallah; aka Khabar, Abu; aka Khalfan, Ahmed; aka Mohammed, Shariff Omar); born 14.3.1974 or 13.4.1974 or 14.4.1974 or 1.8.1970, Zanzibar, Tanzania; citizen Tanzania

Ahmed Mohammed Hamed Ali (aka Abdurehman, Ahmed Mohammed; aka Abu Fatima; aka Abu Islam; aka Abu Khadiijah; aka Ahmed Hamed; aka Ahmed The Egyptian; aka Ahmed, Ahmed; aka Al-Masri, Ahmad; aka Al-Surir, Abu Islam; aka Ali, Ahmed Mohammed; aka Ali, Hamed; aka Hemed, Ahmed; aka Shieb, Ahmed; aka Shuaib), Afghanistan; born 1965, Egypt; citizen Egypt

Akhund, Ahmed Jan, Mullah (Minister of Water and Electricity)

Akhund, Alhaj Mohammad Essa, Mullah (Minister of Mines and Industries)

Akhund, Attiqullah, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Agriculture)

Akhund, Dadullah, Maulavi (Minister of Construction)

Akhund, Hadji Ubaidullah, Mullah (Minister of Defence)

Akhund, Mohammad Abbas, Mullah (Minister of Public Health)

Akhundzada, Mohammad Sediq (Deputy Minister of Martyrs and Repatriation)

Al-Hamati, Muhammad (aka Al-Ahdal, Mohammad Hamdi Sadiq; aka Al-Makki, Abu Asim), Yemen

Al-Haq, Amin (aka Amin, Muhammad; aka Ah Haq, Dr Amin; aka Ul-Haq, Dr Amin); born 1960, Nangahar Province, Afghanistan

Ali, Abbas Abdi, Mogadishu, Somalia

Ali, Abdi Abdulaziz, Drabantvagen 21, 17750 Spanga, Sweden; date of birth 1 January 1955

Ali, Yusaf Ahmed, Hallbybybacken 15, 70 Spanga, Sweden, date of birth 20 November 1974

Al-Jadawi, Saqar; Born c. 1965; thought to be a Yemeni and Saudi national; aide to Usama Bin Laden.

Al-Jaziri, Abu Bakr; nationality: Algerian; address: Peshawar, Pakistan - affiliated with Afghan Support Committee

Al-Kadr, Ahmad Said (aka Abu Abd Al-Rahman, Al-Kanadi); born 1.3.1948, Cairo, Egypt; thought to be an Egyptian and Canadian national

Allamuddin, Syed (Second Secretary, Taliban "Consulate General", Peshawar)

Al-Libi Abd Al Mushin, aka Ibrahim Ali Muhammad Abu Bakr - affiliated with Afghan Support Committee and Revival of Islamic Heritage Society

Al-Qadi, Yasin (aka Kadi, Shaykh Yassin Abdullah; aka Kahdi, Yasin), Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Al-Sharif, Sa'd; born c. 1969, Saudi Arabia; brother-in-law and close associate of Usama Bin Laden; said to be head of Usama Bin Laden's financial organisation.

Amin, Aminullah, Maulavi (Governor of Saripul Province)

Aminzai, Shams-us-Safa (Press-Centre, Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Anafi, Nazirullah, Maulavi (Commercial Attaché, Taliban "Embassy", Islamabad)

Anas al-Liby (aka Al-Libi, Anas; aka Al-Raghie, Nazih; aka Alraghie, Nazih Abdul Hamed; aka Al-Sabai, Anas), Afghanistan; born 30.3.1964 or 14.5.1964, Tripoli, Libya; citizen Libya (individual)

Anwari, Mohammad Tahre, Mullah (Administrative Affairs)

Aref, Arefullah, Mullah (Deputy Minister of Finance)

Asem, Esmatullah, Maulavi, SG of Afghan Red Crescent Society (ARCS)

Asem, Sayed Esmatullah, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Preventing Vice and Propagating Virtue)

Atiqullah, Hadji Molla (Deputy Minister of Public Works)

Aweys, Dahir Ubeidullahi, Via Cipriano Facchinetti 84, Rome, Italy.

Aweys, Hassan Dahir (aka Ali, Sheikh Hassan Dahir Aweys) (aka Awes, Shaykh Hassan Dahir); date of birth 1935; citizen of Somalia

Ayman Al-Zawahari (aka Ahmed Fuad Salim, Aiman Muhammad Rabi Al-Zawahiri); Operational and Military Leader of Jihad Group; born 19.6.1951, Giza, Egypt; passport No 1084010 (Egypt); alternative No 19820215

Azizirahman, Mr (Third Secretary, Taliban Embassy, Abu Dhabi)

Baqi, Abdul, Maulavi (Consulate Dept, Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Baqi, Abdul, Mullah (Vice-Minister of Information and Culture)

Baradar, Mullah (Deputy, Minister of Defence)

Bari, Abdul, Maulavi (Governor of Helmand Province)

Bin Marwan, Bilal; born 1947

Bin Muhammad, Ayadi Chafiq (aka Ayadi Shafiq, Ben Muhammad; aka Ayadi Chafik, Ben Muhammad; aka Aiadi, Ben Muhammad; aka Aiady, Ben Muhammad), Helene Meyer Ring 10-1415-80809, Munich, Germany; 129 Park Road, London NW8, England; 28 Chaussee De Lille, Mouscron, Belgium; Darvingasse 1/2/58-60, Vienna, Austria; Tunisia; born 21.1.1963, Safais (Sfax), Tunisia

Darkazanli, Mamoun, Uhlenhorster Weg 34, 22085 Hamburg, Germany; born 4.8.1958, Aleppo, Syria; Passport No 1310636262 (Germany)

Daud, Mohammad (Administrative Attaché, Taliban "Embassy", Islamabad)

Delawar, Shahabuddin, Maulavi (Deputy of High Court)

Ehsanullah, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Security (Intelligence))

Elmi, Mohammad Azam, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Mines and Industries)

Eshaq M. (Governor of Laghman Province)

Ezatullah, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Planning)

Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam (aka Al-Kini, Usama; aka Ally, Fahid Mohammed; aka Msalam, Fahad Ally; aka Msalam, Fahid Mohammed Ali; aka Msalam, Mohammed Ally; aka Musalaam, Fahid Mohammed Ali; aka Salem, Fahid Muhamad Ali); born 19.2.1976, Mombasa, Kenya; citizen Kenya

Faiz, Maulavi (Information Dept, Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Faizan, Faiz Mohammad, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Commerce)

Fauzi, Habibullah (First Secretary/Deputy Head of Mission, Taliban "Embassy", Islamabad)

Fazul Abdullah Mohammed (aka Abdalla, Fazul; aka Adballah, Fazul; aka Aisha, Abu; aka Al Sudani, Abu Seif; aka Ali, Fadel Abdallah Mohammed; aka Fazul, Abdalla; aka Fazul, Abdallah; aka Fazul, Abdallah Mohammed; aka Fazul, Haroon; aka Fazul, Harun; aka Haroon; aka Haroun, Fadhil; aka Harun; aka Luqman, Abu; aka Mohammed, Fazul; aka Mohammed, Fazul Abdilahi; aka Mohammed, Fouad; aka Muhamad, Fadil Abdallah); born 25.8.1972 or 25.12.1974 or 25.2.1974, Moroni, Comoros Islands; citizen Comoros or citizen Kenya

Ghafoor, Abdul, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Agriculture)

Hakimi, Gul Ahmad, Maulavi (Commercial Attaché, Taliban "Consulate General", Karachi)

Hamdullah, Maulavi (Repatriation Attaché, Taliban "Consulate General", Quetta),

Hamidi, Zabihullah (Deputy Minister of Higher Education)

Hamidullah, Mullah, Head of Ariana Afghan Airlines

Hamsudin, Maulavi (Governor of Wardak (Maidan) Province)

Hanafi, Mohammad Nasim, Mullah (Deputy Minister of Education)

Hanif, Qari Din Mohammad (Minister of Planning)

Haqani, Djallalouddine, Maulavi (Minister of Frontier Affairs)

Haqani, Sayeedur Rahman, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Mines and Industries)

Haqqan, Sayyed, Maulavi (Minister of Administrative Affairs)

Haqqani, Mohammad Salim, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Preventing Vice and Propagating Virtue)

Haqqani, Moslim, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Haj and Religious Affairs)

Haqqani, Najibullah, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Public Works)

Hassan, Hadji Mohammad, Mullah (First Deputy, Council of Ministers, Governor of Kandahar)

Hijazi, Riad (aka Hijazi, Raed M.; aka Al-Hawen, Abu-Ahmad; aka Almaghribi, Rashid (The Moroccan); aka Al-Amriki, Abu-Ahmad (The American); aka Al-Shahid, Abu-Ahmad), Jordan; born 1968, California, USA; SSN: 548-91-5411

Himmat, Ali Ghaleb, Via Posero 2, CH-6911 Campione d'Italia, Switzerland; date of birth 16 June 1938; place of birth: Damascus, Syria; citizen of Switzerland and Tunisia.

Homayoon, Mohammad, Eng. (Deputy Minister of Water and Electricity)

Hottak, Abdul Rahman Ahmad, Maulavi (Deputy (Cultural) Minister of Information and Culture)

Hottak, M. Musa, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Planning)

Huber, Albert Friedrich Armand (aka Huber, Ahmed), Mettmenstetten, Switzerland, date of birth 1927

Hussein, Liban, 925, Washington Street, Dorchester, Massachussets, USA; 2019, Bank Street, Ontario, Ottawa, Canada

Ibn Al-Shaykh Al-Libi

Islam, Muhammad (Governor of Bamiyan Province)

Jabbar, Abdul, Maulavi (Governor of Baghlan Province)

Jalal, Noor, Maulavi (Deputy (Administrative) Minister of Interior Affairs)

Jalil, Abdul, Mullah (Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs)

Jama, Garad (aka Nor, Garad K.) (aka Wasrsame, Fartune Ahmed, 2100, Bloomington Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA; 1806, Riverside Avenue, 2nd Floor, Minneapolis, Minnesota; date of birth 26 June 1974

Jamal, Qudratullah, Maulavi (Minister of Information)

Jan, Ahmad, Maulavi (Governor of Zabol Province)

Janan, Mullah (Governor of Fariab),

Jim'ale, Ahmed Nur Ali (aka Jimale, Ahmed Ali) (aka Jim'ale, Ahmad Nur Ali) (aka Jumale, Ahmed Nur) (aka Jumali, Ahmed Ali), PO Box 3312, Dubai, UAE; Mogadishu, Somalia

Kabir, A., Maulavi (Governor of Nangarhar Province)

Kabir, Abdul, Maulavi (Second Deputy, Council of Ministers, Governor of Nangahar Province, Head of Eastern Zone)

Kahie, Abdullahi Hussein, Bakara Market, Dar Salaam Buildings, Mogadishu, Somalia.

Kakazada, Rahamatullah, Maulavi (Consul General, Taliban "Consulate General", Karachi)

Khairkhwah, Khair Mohammad, Maulavi (Governor of Herat Province)

Khaksar, Abdul Samad, Mullah (Deputy (Security) Minister of Interior Affairs)

Kmalzada Shamsalah, Mr (Second Secretary, Taliban Embassy, Abu Dhabi)

Ladehyanoy, Mufti Rashid Ahmad (aka Ludhianvi, Mufti Rashid Ahmad; aka Ahmad, Mufti Rasheed; aka Wadehyanoy, Mufti Rashid Ahmad); Karachi, Pakistan

Madani, Jan Mohammad, Mr (Chargé d'Affaires, Taliban Embassy, Abu Dhabi)

Madani, Zia-ur-Rahman, Maulavi (Governor of Logar Province)

Mahmood, Sultan Bashir-Ud-Din (aka Mahmood, Sultan Bashiruddin; aka Mehmood, Dr. Bashir Uddin; aka Mekmud, Sultan Baishiruddin), Street 13, Wazir Akbar Khan, Kabul, Aghanistan; alt. date of birth 1937; alt. date of birth 1938; alt. date of birth 1939; alt. date of birth 1940; alt. date of birth 1941; alt. date of birth 1942; alt. date of birth 1943; alt. date of birth 1944; alt. date of birth 1945; nationality: Pakistani

Majeed, Abdul (aka Majeed Chaudhry Abdul; aka Majid, Abdul); date of birth 15 Apr 1939; alt. date of birth 1938; nationality: Pakistani)

Makhtab Al-Khidamat/Al Kifah

Manan, Mawlawi Abdul, Mr (Commercial Attaché, Taliban Embassy, Abu Dhabi)

Mansour, Akhtar Mohammad (Minister of Civil Aviation and Transportation)

Mansour, Mohamed (aka Al-Mansour, dr. Mohamed), Ob. Heslibachstrasse 20, Kusnacht, Switzerland; Zurich, Switzerland; date of birth 1928, place of birth Egypt or UAE.

Mansour-Fattouh, Zeinab, Zurich, Switzerland

Mansur, Abdul Latif, Maulavi (Minister of Agriculture)

Mati, Mohammadullah, Maulavi (Minister of Public Works)

Matiullah, Mullah, Kabul Custom House,

Mazloom, Fazel M, Mullah (Deputy Chief of Army Staff)

Mohammad, Akhtar, Maulavi (Education Attaché, Taliban "Consulate General", Peshawar)

Mohammad, Dost, Mullah (Governor of Ghazni Province)

Mohammad, Nazar, Maulavi (Governor of Kunduz Province)

Mohammad, Nik, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Commerce)

Mohammad, Qari Din (Minister of Higher Education)

Mohammadi, Shafiqullah, Maulavi (Governor of Khost Province)

Momand, Qalamudin, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Haj Affairs)

Monib, Abdul Hakim, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Frontier Affairs)

Motaqi, Amir Khan, Mullah (Minister of Education)

Motasem, Abdul Wasay Aghajan, Mullah (Minister of Finance)

Motmaen, Abdulhai (Information and Culture Dept, Kandahar)

Muazen, Samiullah, Maulavi (Deputy of High Court)

Muhammad Atif (aka Subhi Abu Sitta, Abu Hafs Al Masri, Sheik Taysir Abdullah, Mohamed Atef, Abu Hafs Al Masri el Khabir, Taysir); born 1956, Alexandria, Egypt; alt. date of birth 1951.

Muhammad 'Atif (aka Abu Hafs); born (probably) 1944, Egypt; thought to be an Egyptian national; senior lieutenant to Usama Bin Laden

Muhammad Salah (aka Nasr Fahmi Nasr Hasanayn)

Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah (aka Abdel Rahman; aka Abdul Rahman; aka Al-Muhajir, Abdul Rahman; aka Al-Namer, Mohammed K.A.), Afghanistan; born 19.6.1964, Egypt; citizen Egypt

Mujahid, Abdul Hakim, Taliban envoy to the United Nations

Murad, Abdullah, Maulavi (Consul General, Taliban "Consulate General", Quetta)

Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil (aka Al Masri, Abd Al Wakil; aka Al-Nubi, Abu; aka Ali, Hassan; aka Anis, Abu; aka Elbishy, Moustafa Ali; aka Fadil, Mustafa Muhamad; aka Fazul, Mustafa; aka Hussein; aka Jihad, Abu; aka Khalid; aka Man, Nu; aka Mohammed, Mustafa; aka Yussrr, Abu); born 23.6.1976, Cairo, Egypt; citizen Egypt or citizen Kenya; Kenyan ID No 12773667; serial No 201735161

Mustasaed, Mullah (Head of Academy of Sciences)

Mutawakil, Abdul Wakil (Minister of Foreign Affairs)

Muttaqi, Amir Khan (Taliban representative in UN-led talks)

Nada, Youssef (aka. Nada, Youssef M.) (aka Nada, Youssef Mustafa), Via Arogno 32, 6911 Campione d'Italia, Italy; Via per Arogno 32, CH-6911 Campione d'Italia, Switzerland; Via Riasc 4, CH-6911 Campione d'Italia I, Switzerland; date of birth 17 May 1931 or 17 May 1937; place of birth: Alexandria, Egypt; citizen of Tunisia

Naim, Mohammad, Mullah (Deputy Minister of Civil Aviation)

Najibullah, Maulavi (Consul General, Taliban "Consulate General", Peshawar)

Nomani, Hamidullah, Maulavi (high ranking official in the Ministry of Higher Education)

Noorani, Mufti Mohammad Aleem (First Secretary, Taliban "Consulate General", Karachi)

Nuri, Maulavi Nurullah (Governor of Balkh Province, Head of Northern Zone)

Nuristani, Rostam, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Public Works)

Nyazi, Manan, Mullah (Governor of Kabul Province)

Omar, Mohammed, Mullah, Leader of the Faithful ("Amir ul-Mumineen"), Afghanistan

Omari, Alhaj M. Ibrahim (Deputy Minister of Frontier Affairs)

Paktis, Abdul Satar, Dr, (Protocol Dept, Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Qadeer, Abdul, General (Military Attaché, Taliban "Embassy", Islamabad)

Qalamuddin, Maulavi (Head of Olympic Committee)

Qurishi, Abdul Ghafar, Maulavi (Repatriation Attaché, Taliban "Embassy", Islamabad)

Rabbani, Mohammad, Mullah (Chairman of the Ruling Council, Head of the Council of Ministers)

Rahimi, Yar Mohammad Mullah (Minister of Communication)

Rahmani, Arsalan, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Higher Education)

Rahmani, M. Hasan, Mullah (Governor of Kandahar Province)

Rasul, M, Mullah (Governor of Nimroz Province)

Rauf, Abdul, Mullah (Commander of Central Corpus)

Razaq, Abdul, Maulavi (Minister of Commerce)

Razaq, Abdul, Mullah (Minister of Interior Affairs)

Reshad, Habibullah, Mullah (Head of Investigation Dept.)

Saddiq, Alhaj Mohammad, Maulavi (Trade Representative, Taliban "Consulate General", Peshawar)

Sadruddin, Alhaj, Mullah (Mayor of Kabul City)

Safi, Rahmatullah, General (Taliban representative in Europe)

Salek, Abdulhai, Maulavi (Governor of Urouzgan Province)

Sanani, Maulavi, Head of Dar-ul-Efta,

Saqib, Noor Mohammad (Chief Justice of Supreme Court)

Sayed, Alhaj Mullah Sadudin (Mayor of Kabul City)

Sayf al-Adl (aka Saif Al-'Adil); born c. 1963, Egypt; thought to be an Egyptian national; responsible for UBL's security

Sayyed, Saiduddine, Maulavi (Vice-Minister of Work and Social Affairs)

Shafiq, A. Wahed, Maulavi (Deputy Governor of Kabul Province)

Shafiq, M, Mullah (Governor of Samangan Province)

Shaheen, Mohammad Sohail (Second Secretary, Taliban "Embassy", Islamabad)

Shahidkhel, S. Ahmed, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Education)

Shams-ur-Rahman, Mullah (Deputy Minister of Agriculture)

Sharif, Mohammad (Deputy Minister of Interior Affairs)

Shaykh Sai'id (aka Mustafa Muhammad Ahmad); born in Egypt

Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan (aka Ahmed the Tall; aka Ally, Ahmed; aka Bahamad; aka Bahamad, Sheik; aka Bahamadi, Sheikh; aka Suweidan, Sheikh Ahmad Salem; aka Swedan, Sheikh; aka Swedan, Sheikh Ahmed Salem); born 9.4.1969 or 9.4.1960, Mombasa, Kenya; citizen of Kenya

Shenwary, Haji Abdul Ghafar (Third Secretary, Taliban "Consulate General", Karachi)

Shinwari, Jalaluddine, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Justice)

Siddiqmal, Mohammad Sarwar (Third Secretary, Taliban "Embassy", Islamabad)

Stanekzai, Sher Abbas (Deputy Minister of Public Health)

Tahis, Hadji (Deputy Minister of Civil Aviation)

Takhari, Abdul Raqib, Maulavi (Minister of Repatriation)

Tariq Anwar Al-Sayyid Ahmad (aka Hamdi Ahmad Farag, Amr al-Fatih Fathi); born 15.3.1963, Alexandria, Egypt

Tawana, Maulavi (Governor of Paktia Province)

Tayeb, Haji Alla Dad, Mullah (Deputy Minister of Communication)

Thirwat Salah Shihata (aka Tarwat Salah Abdallah, Salah Shihata Thirwat, Shahata Thirwat); born 29.6.1960, Egypt

Tufail, Mohammed (aka Tufail, S.M.; aka Tufail, Sheik Mohammed); nationality: Pakistani

Turab, Hidayatullah Abu (Deputy Minister of Civil Aviation)

Turabi, Nooruddin, Mullah (Minister of Justice)

Ummah Tameer E-Nau (Utn), Street 13, Wazir Akbar Khan, Kabul, Afghanistan; Pakistan

Usama Bin Laden (aka Usama Bin Muhammad Bin Awad, a.k.a. Osama Bin Laden; aka Abu Abdallah Abd Al-Hakim); born 30.7.1957, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Saudi citizenship withdrawn, now officially an Afghan national

Uthman, Omar Mahmoud (aka Al-Filistini, Abu Qatada; aka Takfiri, Abu Umr; aka Abu Umar, Abu Omar; aka Uthman, Al-Samman; aka Umar, Abu Umar; aka Uthman, Umar; aka Abu Ismail), London, England; born 30.12.1960 or 13.12.1960

Wahab, Malawi Abdul Taliban (Chargé d'Affaires in Riyadh)

Wahidyar, Ramatullah (Deputy Minister for Martyrs and Repatriation)

Wali, Mohammad, Maulavi (Minister of Department of Preventing Vice and Propagating Virtue)

Wali, Qari Abdul (First Secretary, Taliban "Consulate General", Peshawar)

Walijan, Maulavi (Governor of Jawzjan Province)

Wasseq, Abdul-Haq-, Maulavi (Deputy Minister of Security (Intelligence))

Waziri, M. Jawaz (UN Dept, Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Yaqoub, Mohammad, Maulavi (Head of BIA)

Yuldashev, Tohir (aka Yuldashev, Takhir), Uzbekistan

Zaeef, Abdul Salam, Mullah (Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Taliban "Embassy", Islamabad)

Zaeef, Abdul Salam (Taliban Ambassador to Pakistan)

Zahed, Abdul Rahman (Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs)

Zahid, Mohammad, Mullah (Third Secretary, Taliban "Embassy", Islamabad),

Zaief, Abdul Salam, Mullah (Deputy Minister of Mines and Industries)

Zia, Mohammad (aka Zia, Ahmad); c/o Ahmed Shah s/o Painda Mohammad al-Karim Set, Peshawar, Pakistan; c/o Alam General Store Shop 17, Awami Market, Peshawar, Pakistan; c/o Zahir Shah s/o Murad Khan Ander Sher, Peshawar, Pakistan

Zurmati, Maulavi Rahimullah (Deputy (Publication) Minister of Information and Culture)

ANNEX II

List of competent authorities referred to in Article 5

BELGIUM

Ministère des finances Trésorerie Avenue des Arts 30 B - 1040 Bruxelles Fax (32-2) 233 75 18 Ministère des affaires économiques Administration des relations économiques

Service Licences

60, rue Général Léman B - 1040 Bruxelles Fax (32-2) 230 83 22 Tel. (32-2) 206 58 11

DENMARK

Erhvervs- og Boligstyrelsen Dahlerups Pakhus

Langelinie Alle 17

DK - 2100 København Ø Tel. (45) 35 46 60 00 Fax (45) 35 46 60 01

GERMANY

Deutsche Bundesbank Postfach 100602 D - 60006 Frankfurt/Main Tel. (49-69) 95 66-01 Fax (49-69) 560 10 71

GREECE

Ministry of National Economy General Directorate of Economic Policy 5-7 Nikis Street GR - 101 80 Athens Tel. (30-10) 333 27 81-2 Fax (30-10) 333 28 10, 333 27 93 Υπουργείο Εθνικής Οικονομίας Γενική Διεύθυνση Οικονομικής Πολιτικής Νίκης 5-7 GR - 101 80 Αθήνα Tηλ. (30-10) 333 27 81-2 Φάξ.: (00-30-10) 333 28 10/333 27 93

SPAIN

Dirección General de Comercio Inversiones

Subdirección General de Inversiones Exteriores

Ministerio de Economía Paseo de la Castellana, 162 E - 28046 Madrid Tel. (34) 913 49 39 83 Fax (34) 913 49 35 62 Dirección General del Tesoro y Política Financiera

Subdirección General de Inspección y Control de Movimientos de Capitales

Ministerio de Economía Paseo del Prado, 6 E - 28014 Madrid Tel. (34) 912 09 95 11 Fax (34) 912 09 96 56

FRANCE

Ministère de l'économie, des finances et de l'industrie

Direction du Trésor

Service des affaires européennes et internationales

Sous-direction E

139, rue du Bercy F - 75572 Paris Cedex 12 Tel. (33-1) 44 87 17 17 Fax (33-1) 53 18 36 15

IRELAND

Central Bank of Ireland Financial Markets Department PO Box 559 Dame Street Dublin 2 Ireland Tel. (353-1) 671 66 66 Department of Foreign Affairs Bilateral Economic Relations Division 76-78 Harcourt Street Dublin 2 Ireland Tel. (353-1) 408 24 92

ITALY

Ministero dell'Economia e delle Finanze Comitato di sicurezza finanziaria Via XX Settembre 97 I - 00187 Roma Email: csf@tesoro.it Tel. (39 06) 4 761 39 21 Fax (39 06) 4 761 39 32

LUXEMBOURG

Ministère des affaires étrangères, du commerce extérieur, de la coopération, de l'action humanitaire et de la défense Direction des relations économiques internationales BP 1602 L - 1016 Luxembourg Tel. (352) 478-1 ou 478-2350 Fax (352) 22 20 48 Ministère des finances 3, rue de la Congrégation L - 1352 Luxembourg Tel. (352) 478-2712 Fax (352) 47 52 41

NETHERLANDS

Ministerie van Financiën Directie Wetgeving, Juridische en Bestuurlijke Zaken Postbus 20201 2500 EE Den Haag Nederland Tel. (31-70) 342 82 27 Fax (31-70) 342 79 05

AUSTRIA

Oesterreichische Nationalbank Otto-Wagner-Platz 3 A - 1090 Wien Tel. (43-1) 404 20-0 Fax (43-1) 404 20-73 99 Bundesministerium für Inneres - Bundeskriminalamt Josef Holaubek Platz 1 A - 1090 Wien Tel. (43-1) 313 45-0 Fax (43-1) 313 45-85 290

PORTUGAL

Ministério das Finanças Direcção Geral dos Assuntos Europeus Relações Internacionais Avenida Infante D. Henrique, n.o 1, C 2.o P - 1100 Lisboa Tel. (351-1) 882 32 40/47 Fax (351-1) 882 32 49 Ministério dos Negócios Estrangeiros Direcção Geral dos Assuntos Multilaterias/Direcção dos Serviços das Organizações Políticas Internacionais Largo do Rilvas P - 1350-179 Lisboa Tel. (351-21) 394 60 72 Fax (351-21) 394 60 73

FINLAND

Ulkoasiainministeriö/Utrikesministeriet PL 176 FIN - 00161 Helsinki Tel. (358-9) 16 05 59 00 Fax (358-9) 16 05 57 07

SWEDEN

With respect to Article 4:

Rikspolisstyrelsen (RPS) Box 12256 SE - 102 26 Stockholm Tel. (46-8) 401 90 00 Fax (46-8) 401 99 00

With respect to Article 5:

Finansinspektionen Box 7831 SE - 103 98 Stockholm Tel. (46-8) 787 80 00 Fax (46-8) 24 13 35

UNITED KINGDOM

HM Treasury International Financial Services Team 19 Allington Towers London SW1E 5EB United Kingdom Tel. (44-207) 270 55 50 Fax (44-207) 270 43 65 Export Control and Non-Proliferation Directorate Department of Trade and Industry 3-4 Abbey Orchard Street London SW1P 2JJ United Kingdom Tel. (44-207) 215 05 10 Fax (44-207) 215 05 11 Bank of England Financial Sanctions Unit Threadneedle Street London EC2R 8AH United Kingdom Tel. (44-207) 601 46 07 Fax (44-207) 601 43 09

EUROPEAN COMMUNITY

Commission of the European Communities

Directorate-General for External Relations

Directorate CFSP

Unit A.2/Mr A. de Vries

Rue de la Loi/Wetstraat 200 B - 1049 Bruxelles/Brussel Tel. (32-2) 295 68 80 Fax (32-2) 296 75 63 E-mail: anthonius.de-vries@cec.eu.int

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