On September 15 2023, the European Union has sanctioned 10 parties under the Iran Sanctions Regime.
See Press Release from Council of the EU on Sep 15 2023:
“Iran: Council lists four more individuals and six entities over serious human rights violations”
These sanctions list changes were published in the EU Journal (see details below) – and are therefore binding. However, three days later, on September 18, the newly sanctioned parties are still not reflected in the electronic version of the EU Sanctions List, which is used by a number of screening providers and end users.
[ UPDATE 18.09.2023 16:09 CET: Sanctions List Updates from Sep 15 2023 are now reflected in machine readable EU Sanctions List. ]
Keep in mind that the content in the EU Journal is binding – independent from the availability of the list updates in provided machine readable list formats.
Check carefully if these new changes are implemented in your screening system.
EU designation of four individuals and six entities
Individuals [see primary source below for names and identifiers]:
Source [click below]:
Designated entities reflected in the EU Sanctions List
Please also mind the disclaimer, which is included in the EU electronic sanctions list version (here: .pdf), particularly the last sentence:
“While every effort is made to ensure that the database and the consolidated list correctly reproduce all relevant data of the officially adopted texts published in the Official Journal of the European Union, the Commission cannot accept any liability for possible omissions of relevant data or mistakes, and for any use made of the database or of the consolidated list. Only the information published in the Official Journal of the EU is deemed authentic.”