U.S. order renewing temporary denial of export privileges of Russian airline for one year
Temporary denial order is renewed—effective immediately—and will remain in effect for one year.
Temporary denial order is renewed—effective immediately—and will remain in effect for one
The Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) of the U.S. Department of Commerce today released for publication in the Federal Register an order renewing the temporary denial of export privileges of a Russian airline for one year.
As explained in today’s order [PDF 251 KB]:
- An order was issued in May 2022 denying export privileges of a Russian airline for a period of 180 days to prevent an imminent violation of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR). Read TradeNewsFlash
- The temporary denial order was subsequently renewed in November 2022 and then again in May 2023. Read TradeNewsFlash
- Evidence presented by BIS demonstrates that the Russian airline has acted in violation of the EAR and the temporary denial order; the violations have been significant, deliberate, and covert; and there is a likelihood of imminent violations.
- The renewal for an extended period (one year) is deemed appropriate by the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Export Enforcement because the Russian airline has engaged in a pattern of repeated, ongoing and/or continuous apparent violations of the EAR.
- Therefore, the temporary denial order is renewed—effective immediately—and will remain in effect for one year.
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