Zimbabwe – Sanctions and restrictive measures

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Authorised Pending authorisation Prohibited
Authorised Subject to authorisation Prohibited

Products related to defence (covered by the law of June 27, 2018, article 22 (1), points 1, 2, 3 and 4) Note 1 & 2

Export Sale Transit Transfer Import Purchase Brokering Technical assistance Supply
Prohibited Prohibited Authorised Prohibited Authorised Authorised Authorised Authorised Prohibited

Military activities Note 2

Export Sale Transit Transfer Import Purchase Brokering Technical assistance Supply
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Prohibited N/A

Equipment which might be used for internal repression Note 3

Export Sale Transit Transfer Import Purchase Brokering Technical assistance Supply
Prohibited Prohibited Authorised Prohibited Authorised Authorised Authorised Prohibited Prohibited
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European legislation

Luxembourg legislation

Explanatory notes

Note 1: For sale, supply, transfer and export: an exemption from the prohibition applies under certain conditions (Grand-Ducal Regulation as amended on 14 December 2018, Annex 1, point 21° under (2)).

Note 2: For technical assistance: an exemption from the prohibition applies under certain conditions (Regulation 314/2004, Article 5). Authorisation may be granted under certain conditions (Regulation 314/2004, Articles 4.1.a and 4.2).

Note 3: An exemption from the prohibition applies under certain conditions (Regulation 314/2004, Article 5). Authorisation may be granted under certain conditions (Regulation 314/2004, Articles 4 and 4a).

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