Both the United States and European Union has imposed sanctions on individuals and entities held responsible for violating the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine. Further sanctions have been implemented by the US and the EU in an attempt to send a message to the Russian government and pressurise them to change their policy on Ukraine and the Crimea.
Russia reacted to the sanctions by imposing an embargo on certain food imports from the EU, US, Australia, Canada and Norway. The Ukraine has also attempted to sanction vessels using Crimean ports.
The Club has a dedicated sanctions advice team who will be able to assist Members in relation to any sanctions queries and which can be contacted directly by Members at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Guide for Owners and Charterers
We have produced a guide to sanctions for our Members, which was last updated on 12 August 2019. Click below for the guide.
- U.S. Russian Sanctions - *RUSAL Update* - 13 November 2018
- U.S. Russian Sanctions - *RUSAL Update* - 17 October 2018
- U.S. Russian Sanctions - *RUSAL Update* - 24 September 2018
- U.S. Russian Sanctions – Frequently Asked Questions *UPDATE* - 23 April 2018
- Designation of Ports in Crimea - EU Sanctions
- European Union Sanctions in Respect of Crimea and Sevastopol - 11 August 2014
- Ports in Ukraine -Update - 17 July 2014
- Circular: European Union Sanctions in respect of Crimea and Sevastopol - Council Regulation (EU) No 692/2014 - 23 June 2014
- Restrictions on the import into the EU of goods originating in Crimea or Sevastopol
- Council Regulation (EU) No. 692/2012 - 23 June 2014
- Sanctions Against Ukraine - Update - 29 April 2014