New UK sanctions target six Assad regime figures

New UK sanctions target six Assad regime figures
New UK sanctions target six Assad regime figures

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - LONDON — The United Kingdom has announced on Monday a fresh round of targeted sanctions on the Assad regime, including close allies of Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad.

In a press statement, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has outlined that the UK will impose travel bans and asset freezes on six members of the regime, including the foreign minister, to ensure they do not benefit from the UK in any way.

The new sanctions are the first against the Syrian leadership under the UK's autonomous sanctions regime, which came into existence following the end of the EU Transition Period, and follow 353 targeted sanctions listings on Syria that are already being implemented, added Raab.

The UK is working through the United Nations Security Council to push the regime to engage meaningfully in the UN-led peace process and Constitutional Committee talks in Geneva, release those held in arbitrary detention and allow unhindered aid access throughout Syria. — KUNA


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