On the Approval of the List of the States to Which the Export or Transit of the Goods Listed in the Common Military List is Prohibited and for which Brokering in Negotiations and Transactions in the Goods Listed in the Common Military List is Prohibited


Published: 2005-01-03

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GoVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF LITHUANIA
 
RESOLUTION No 237
 
of 1 March 2005
 
On the Approval of the List of the States to which the Export or Transit of the Goods Listed in the Common Military List Is Prohibited and for which Brokering in Negotiations and Transactions in the Goods Listed in the Common Military List Is Prohibited
 
Vilnius
 
 
Acting pursuant to Paragraph 1 of Article 3 of the Law of the Republic of Lithuania on the Implementation of Economic and Other International Sanctions (Valstybės žinios (Official Gazette), No 68-2369, 2004), the Government of the Republic of Lithuania has resolved:
1. To approve the List of States to Which the Export or Transit of the Goods Listed in the Common Military List is Prohibited and for Which Brokering in Negotiations and Transactions in the Goods Listed in the Common Military List is Prohibited (annexed).
2. To repeal Resolution No 1784 of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania of 13 November 2002 on the Authorizations for the Implementation of the Law on the Control of Export, Import and Transit of Strategic Goods of the Republic of Lithuania (Valstybės žinios (Official Gazette) No 111-4914, 2002).
 
 
Prime Minister                                                                                   Algirdas Brazauskas
 
 
Minister of Foreign Affairs                                                               Antanas Valionis
 
 
 
APPROVED
by Resolution No 237 of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania of 22 July 2004
 
 
 
 
States to which the Export or Transit of the Goods Listed in the Common Military List Is Prohibited and for which Brokering in Negotiations and Transactions in the Goods Listed in the Common Military List Is Prohibited
 
 
 
The export or transit of the goods listed in the Common Military List is prohibited to (and the brokering in negotiations and transactions in the goods listed in the Common Military List is prohibited for) the following states:
 
1. Afghanistan (only for Usama bin Laden, members of the Al-Qaida organisation, the Taliban and individuals and groups associated with it).
2. Republic of Armenia (only for the forces participating in the conflict of Nagorno-Karabakh).
3. Republic of Azerbaijan (only for the forces participating in the conflict of Nagorno-Karabakh).
4. Bosnia and Herzegovina (pursuant to Council of the European Union Decision 1999/481/CFSP and Council Common Position 2001/719/CFSP of 8 October 2001, this prohibition does not apply to the small arms to the police forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina).
5. Republic of Côte d’Ivoire (pursuant to United Nations Security Council Resolution 1572 (2004) of 15 November 2004 and Council of the European Union Common Position 2004/852/CFSP of 13 December 2004, this prohibition does not apply to non-lethal military equipment and material intended for humanitarian or protective use, or for institution-building programmes of the United Nations, the European Union and the Community, or materials intended for European Union, United Nations, African Union and Economic Community of West African States crisis management operations, or to the provision of financing and financial assistance related to such equipment, as approved in advance by the special United Nations Security Council Sanctions Committee, or to the supplies and technical assistance intended  for the United Nations Operation in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI) and for the French forces who support them, or to supplies temporarily exported to Côte d’Ivoire for the forces of a State which is taking action, in accordance with international law, solely and directly, to facilitate the evacuation of its nationals and those for whom it has consular responsibility in Côte d’Ivoire, or to flak jackets and military helmets, temporarily imported to Côte d’Ivoire by United Nations personnel, personnel of the European Union, the Community or its Member States, representatives of the media and humanitarian and development workers and associated personnel for their personal use only, or to arms and related material and technical assistance intended solely for use in the process of restructuring of defence and security forces pursuant to paragraph 3 of the Linas-Marcoussis Agreement, as approved by the special United Nations Security Council Sanctions Committee).
6. Republic of Iraq (with the exception of the Government of Iraq and multinational forces implementing United Nations Security Council Resolution 1546 (2004) of 8 June 2004).
7. People’s Republic of China.
8. Democratic Republic of Congo (former Zaïre) (pursuant to United Nations Security Council Resolution 1493 (2003) of 28 July 2003, this prohibition does not apply to the supplies to the United Nations Organization Mission in the Democratic Republic of theCongo (MONUC), the Interim Emergency Multinational Force deployed in Bunia and the integrated Congolese national army and police forces, also to non-lethal military equipment intended solely for humanitarian or protective use, and related technical assistance and training as notified in advance to the United Nations Secretary-General through its Special Representative ).
9. Republic of Liberia (pursuant to United Nations Security Council Resolution 1521 (2003) of 22 December 2003 and Council of the European Union Common Position 2004/137/CFSP of 10 February 2004, this prohibition does not apply to arms and related technical equipment and technical training and assistance intended solely for the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL), for use in an international training and reform programme for the Liberian armed forces and police, as approved in advance by the Committee established by Paragraph 21 of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1521 (2003), also to non-lethal military equipment intended for humanitarian or protective use, and related technical equipment or training, as approved in advance by the Committee; to protective clothing, including flak jackets and military helmets, temporarily imported to the Republic of Liberia by United Nations personnel, representatives of the media and humanitarian and development workers and associated personnel for their personal use only).
10. Union of Myanmar (pursuant to Council of the European Union Common Position 2004/423/CFSP of 26 April 2004, this prohibition shall not apply to non-lethal military equipment intended for humanitarian or protective use, or for institution-building programmes implemented by personnel of the United Nations, the European Union and the Community, or to material intended for European Union and United Nations crisis management operations).
11. Republic of Rwanda (pursuant to United Nations Security Council Resolutions 918 (1994) and 997 (1995), this prohibition does not apply to the United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda (UNAMIR) and the United Nations Observer Mission in Uganda and Rwanda and also to the Government of Rwanda).
12. Republic of Sierra Leone (pursuant to United Nations Security Council Resolutions 1171 (1998) and 1299 (2000), this prohibition does not apply to arms and related technical material intended solely for the Military Observer Group of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOMOG) or for the United Nations, also for those Member States cooperating with the United Nations Mission in Sierra Leone (UNAMSIL) and for the Government of the Republic of Sierra Leone).
13. Republic of Somalia (pursuant to United Nations Security Council Resolutions 733 (1992), 1356 (2001), 1425 (2002) and Council of the European Union Common Position 2002/960/CFSP of 10 December 2002, this prohibition does not apply to non-lethal military equipment intended for humanitarian or protective use and for institution-building programmes implemented by the European Union, the Community or its Member States, including in the field of security, carried out within the framework of the Peace and Reconciliation Process, as approved in advance by the Committee established by the United Nations Security Council Resolution 751 (1992), also to protective clothing, including flak jackets and military helmets, temporarily imported to the Republic of Somalia by United Nations personnel, representatives of the media and humanitarian and development workers and associated personnel for their personal use only).
14. Republic of the Sudan (pursuant to Council of the European Union Common Position 2004/31/CFSP of 9 January 2004 and Council of the European Union Common Position 2004/510/CFSP of 10 June 2004, this prohibition does not apply to non-lethal military equipment intended for humanitarian or protective use, or for institution-building programmes implemented by the United Nations, the African Union, the European Union and the Community, or to material intended for European Union, United Nations and African Union crisis management operations, or to de-mining equipment and material for use in de-mining operations).
15. Republic of Zimbabwe (pursuant to Council of the European Union Common Position 2004/161/CFSP of 19 February 2004, this prohibition does not apply to non-lethal military equipment intended solely for humanitarian or protective use, or for institution-building programmes implemented by the United Nations, the European Union and the Community, or to material intended for European Union and United Nations crisis management operations, and to flak jackets and military helmets temporarily imported to Zimbabwe by United Nations personnel, personnel of the European Union, the Community or its Member States, representatives of the media and humanitarian and development workers and associated personnel for their personal use only).