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Update on sanctions related to the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Jeanne S. Archibald

Jeanne S. Archibald,

Washington, D.C.

Stephen F. Propst

Stephen F. Propst,

Washington, D.C.

Beth Peters

Beth Peters,

Washington, D.C.

Anthony V. Capobianco

Anthony V. Capobianco,

Washington, D.C.

Ajay Kuntamukkala

Ajay Kuntamukkala,

Washington, D.C.

Robert D. Kyle

Robert D. Kyle,

Washington, D.C.

H.P. Goldfield

H.P. Goldfield,

Washington, D.C.

Louise Lamb

Louise Lamb,

London

T. Clark Weymouth

T. Clark Weymouth,

Washington, D.C.

Lourdes Catrain

Alexei Dudko

Falk Schoening

Elisabeth Liadis

06 August 2014
In response to recent violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the United States has taken steps to expand the sanctions that were initially imposed against targeted persons in the DRC in October 2006. While these sanctions do not target the geographic territory (i.e., the DRC as a whole is not subject to sanctions), they do prohibit transactions with certain designated persons. These actions reflect the continued trend of the U.S. government to utilize such measures to penalize actors contributing to severe instability and violence.
Jeanne S. Archibald

Jeanne S. Archibald,

Washington, D.C.

Stephen F. Propst

Stephen F. Propst,

Washington, D.C.

Beth Peters

Beth Peters,

Washington, D.C.

Anthony V. Capobianco

Anthony V. Capobianco,

Washington, D.C.

Ajay Kuntamukkala

Ajay Kuntamukkala,

Washington, D.C.

Robert D. Kyle

Robert D. Kyle,

Washington, D.C.

H.P. Goldfield

H.P. Goldfield,

Washington, D.C.

Louise Lamb

Louise Lamb,

London

T. Clark Weymouth

T. Clark Weymouth,

Washington, D.C.

Lourdes Catrain

Alexei Dudko

Falk Schoening

Elisabeth Liadis

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