Belgium extends the European FSF sanctions list on the basis of a national terrorist list, issued by the National Security Council.
Financial sanctions are restrictive measures that are taken in respect of countries, individuals or entities with the aim of putting an end to breaches of international peace and security such as terrorism, human rights violations, the destabilisation of sovereign states and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
These financial sanctions generally form part of a more comprehensive sanctions regime that also contains other restrictive measures, such as embargos on exports or imports of certain products (e.g. weapons, oil and technologies) or restrictions in terms of travel and visas.
Financial sanctions include:
|Publisher:||Federal Public Service Finance (Belgium)|
The Federale Overheidsdienst Financien (FOD) is the finance ministry of Belgium.
|Source data:||financien.belgium.be (ZIP/XML)|
|Collections:||in Due Diligence List · Consolidated Sanctioned Entities|
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|Target names text file||453 kB|
|Source data||13 MB|
|Targets as nested JSON||7 MB|
|Targets as simplified CSV||1 MB|
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