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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.
Products related to defence (covered by the law of June 27, 2018, article 22 (1), points 1, 2, 3 and 4) Note 1 & 2
Military activities Note 2
Equipment which might be used for internal repression Note 3
- Council Decision 2011/101/CFSP of 15 February 2011 concerning restrictive measures in view of the situation in Zimbabwe
- Law of 27 June 2018 on the control of exports
- Modified Grand-Ducal Regulation of 14 December 2018 on the control of exports, Annex 1, point 21°
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).