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COMBATING MONEY LAUNDERING AND TERRORISM FINANCING

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The assets of individuals and entities included in the foregoing lists are subject to immediate freezing (Article 28 of the Republic of Armenia Law on Combating Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing ).

Procedures to apply for delisting persons designated under the UNSC Resolutions
 
Persons seeking to be removed from the Al-Qaida Sanctions List established under UN Security Council (SC) Resolutions 1267/1988 and any successor resolutions can apply to the Office of the Ombudsperson created by the UN SC Resolution 1904.
The Office of the Ombudsperson mandate includes the following:
  • Receive de-listing requests from a petitioner.
  • Verify whether the request is reasoned/justified.
  • Verify if the request is new or repeated; if the latter, and with no additional information, return the request to the petitioner.
  • During a 4 month period gather as much detailed information as possible for transferring it to the relevant UN SC committee.
  • Distributes the request, together with the information gathered to the relevant UN SC committee and the reviewing government.
  • Facilitates a dialogue between the petitioner and the reviewing government, as well as the relevant UN SC committee for a two month period, which can be extended for up to two months.
  • During this same time period, prepare a report on delisting or refusal to delist, which is transferred to the relevant UN SC committee.
  • Inform the petitioner on the decision of the relevant UN SC committee made within 30 days of the submission of the report.

The contact particulars of the Office are as follows:

The Ombudsperson – Ms. Catherine Marchi-Uhel
Room DC2- 2206
United Nations
New York, NY 10017
United States of America
Tel: 001 212 963 8226
E-mail: ombudsperson@un.org

For further details follow the link https://www.un.org/sc/suborg/en/ombudsperson


Persons seeking to be removed from the sanctions lists established under other Resolutions of the UN Security Council (SC), including UNSCRs 1988, 1718, 2231 and any successor resolutions, can apply to the Focal Point for Delisting established pursuant to the UN SC Resolution 1730.
The Focal Point’s mandate includes the following:

  • Receive de-listing requests from a petitioner
  • Verify if the request is new or repeated; if the latter,  and with no additional information, return the request to the petitioner
  • Acknowledge receipt of the request to the petitioner and inform the petitioner on the general procedure for processing that request
  • Forward the request to the reviewing governments
  • Put reviewing governments into contact with each other, as appropriate
  • Forward to the relevant Committee a reviewing government’s recommendation, if any, to de-list and the accompanying explanation
  • Inform the relevant Committee should  a reviewing government oppose de-listing
  • Inform all members of the relevant Committee should any  reviewing government not comment either way within three months
  • Convey to the relevant Committee all communications from Member States
  • Inform the petitioner of the outcome of the de-listing procedure
 
The contact particulars of the Focal Point are as follows:

Focal Point for Delisting
Security Council Subsidiary Organs Branch
Room DC2-2034
United Nations
New York, NY 10017
United States of America
Tel: 001 917 367 9448
E-mail: delisting@un.org

For further details follow the link https://www.un.org/sc/suborg/en/sanctions/delisting/
 

 

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