U.S. additional sanctions against Russia, addition of entities to EAR entity list
Entities determined to be acting contrary to the foreign policy or national security interests of the United States
Addition of entities to EAR entity list
The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) of the U.S. Commerce Department—in response to Russia’s further invasion of Ukraine—released for publication in the Federal Register:
- A final rule [PDF 363 KB] adding 91 entities to “entity list” under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) for the destinations of Belize, Estonia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Malta, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, and the United Kingdom. The entities listed in the final rule are determined to have been involved in, contributed to, or otherwise supported the Russian security services, military and defense sectors, and military and/or defense research and development efforts.
- A final rule [PDF 263 KB] adding South Korea to the list of “excluded countries” (that is, those partner countries that commit to implementing substantially similar new export controls on Russia and Belarus in their domestic laws). The rules regarding the list of countries excluded from portions of the new U.S. export controls apply specifically to certain requirements under the EAR related to foreign-produced items.
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John L. McLoughlin
Luis (Lou) Abad
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