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International sanctions

The Financial Analytical Office is responsible for the coordination of the implementation of international sanctions in the Czech Republic:

The implementation of international sanctions in the Czech Republic is governed by Act No. 69/2006 Sb., on the Implementation of International Sanctions (International Sanctions Act), and Act No. 70/2006 Sb., amending selected acts in relation to the adoption of the International Sanctions Act.

The Office is the Czech national competent authority (NCA), responsible for the coordination of the implementation of international sanctions (restrictive measures) imposed for the purpose of maintaining or restoring international peace and security, protecting fundamental human rights and fighting terrorism. Depending on the type of the restrictive measure, other ministries and government agencies may be responsible for the implementation of restrictive measures in their area of competence.

Only International Sanctions adopted by the United Nations and the European Union are binding in the Czech Republic (see section 2 of the International Sanctions Act). National sanctions imposed by third countries or other EU member states are not legally binding and enforceable in the Czech Republic.

Questions or requests regarding third countries’ national sanctions should be addressed to the respective foreign mission or other competent authority of the relevant country. The Office is not competent to interpret such legislation.

Basic information on the scope of international sanctions applicable in the Czech Republic is available at the EU Sanctions Map. Legally binding texts of international sanctions legislation are available in the EUR-Lex database.

The Financial Analytical Office published a manual for academic and research institutions addressing restrictions on technical assisstance and intangible transfer of technology in the context of EU sanctions. The document is available for download.

If you credibly find out you have assets located in the Czech Republic  that are subject to international sanctions, you are obliged under section 10 of the International Sanctions Act to inform the  Office without undue delay.

Procedure for de-listing from one of the sanctions lists (EU, UN):

If you seek to be de-listed,, you may submit your request  to the relevant EU or UN body.

In case of de-listing from an EU sanctions list, the request including supporting documents should be addressed to:

Council of European Union
General Secretariat
DG 1C
Rue de la Loi/Wetstraat 175
1048 Bruxelles/Brussel
BELGIQUE/BELGIË

or send by e-mail to: sanctions@consilium.europa.eu

In case of de-listing from the UN sanctions list concerning ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida, the request including supporting documents should be addressed to the Ombudsperson to the ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee.

Office of the Ombudsperson to the ISIL (Da'esh) and Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee
Room DC2-2206
United Nations
New York, NY 10017
United States of America
Tel.: +1 212 963 2671
E-mail: ombudsperson@un.org

Request for de-listing from other UN sanctions lists should be made according to the procedure under UNSC resolution 1730 (2006) to the Focal Point:

Focal Point for De-listing
Security Council Subsidiary Organs Branch
Room DC2-2034
New York, NY 10017
Tel.: +1 917 367 9448
Fax: +1 917 367 0460
E-mail: delisting@un.org

Czech citizens and individuals with long-term residence in the Czech Republic including business entities incorporated in the Czech Republic may address their request for de-listing from other UN sanctions list, including supporting documents, to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Odbor OSN
Ministerstvo zahraničních věcí
Loretánské náměstí 5
118 00 Praha 1
E-mail: sankce@mzv.cz