Australia's autonomous sanctions: Former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
From 4 June 1992, Australia has implemented targeted autonomous sanctions against individuals associated with the former Milosevic regime in the former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. These sanctions target individuals indicted or suspected of war crimes during the Balkan wars in the early 1990s.
As a consequence, Australian law currently prohibits:
1. The use or dealing with the assets of, and the making available of assets to, a person or entity designated by the Minister for Foreign Affairs other than as authorised by a permit issued by the Minister for Foreign Affairs.
- Autonomous Sanctions (Designated and Declared Persons – Former Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) List 2012
- DFAT Consolidated List
- Autonomous Sanctions Regulations 2011, regulations 6, 14 and 15
- Customs (Prohibited Exports) Regulations 1958, regulations 11A and 11B
2. The entry or transit through Australia of persons declared by the Minister as meeting the criteria for FFRY under regulation 6 of the Autonomous Sanctions Regulations.