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Notice to Exporters 2011/12 - New export control legislation concerning Eritrea, Iran and Syria


Details of new statutory orders implemented in UK law in relation to sanctioned destinations.

The Export Control Organisation (ECO) has introduced three new legislative orders which provide for enforcement of certain provisions of the European Union (EU) sanctions on Eritrea, Iran and Syria.

The new legislation is:

  • The Export Control (Eritrea and Miscellaneous Amendments) Order 2011 (SI 2011/1296)
  • The Export Control (Iran) Order 2011 (SI 2011/1297) 
  • The Export Control (Syria and Miscellaneous Amendments) Order 2011 (SI 2011/1304)

If you are an exporter of military and dual-use goods and intend to do business with organisations or entities in Eritrea, Iran or Syria you should be aware of the current sanctions and export licensing policy towards these countries as well as your own legal responsibilities.

Link to Notice

An overview and links to download the full legal text of each of the orders are published in Notice to Exporters 2011/12 (DOC, 480 Kb) .

Export Control Guidance 

Further practical guidance for exporters is available on the export control pages of the Businesslink website.

Previously issued Notices to Exporters

You can access previously issued Notices via our Notices to Exporters page

Export Control Enquiries

For general export control queries please contact the ECO Helpline on 020 7215 4594 or eco.help@bis.gsi.gov.uk 

ECO Business Awareness Team
Export Control Organisation  
Notice to Exporters 2011/12
27 May 2011

Contact the Export Control Organisation

See the Contact the Export Control Organisation page for further contact details.

Minister responsible

Mark Prisk is the minister responsible for this policy area.


 

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