Ukraine – Sanctions and restrictive measures

The information below is for documentation purposes only and has no legal effect. The Luxembourg authorities accept no responsibility for its content. The authentic versions of the acts concerned, including their preambles, shall be those published in the Official Journal of the European Union or the Official Journal of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. These official texts can be consulted directly by clicking on the links in this document.

The information on this page is limited to the restrictive measures imposed against the country in question. They are to be understood without prejudice to other provisions of the Law of 27 June 2018 which applies, in general, to goods and transactions covered by the Law of 27 June 2018 on export control, and must therefore be read in conjunction with the latter provisions.

Key:

Authorised Pending authorisation Prohibited
Authorised Subject to authorisation Prohibited

Goods and technologies suited for use in the sectors of transport, telecommunications, energy and the prospection, exploration and production of oil, gas and mineral resources (Annex II, Regulation 692/2014) Note 1

Export Sale Transit Transfer Import Purchase Brokering Technical assistance Supply
Prohibited Prohibited Authorised Prohibited Authorised Authorised Prohibited Prohibited Prohibited
Double click to activate the map

European legislation

Luxembourg legislation

Explanatory note

Note 1: An exemption from the prohibition applies under certain conditions and for agreements concluded before 20 December 2014 (Regulation 692/2014, Article 2b.3. and 2b.4.). An authorisation may be granted under certain conditions (Regulation 692/2014, Articles 2e and 2c.2.).

Last update