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Notice to exporters 2022/23: General Trade Licence Russia Sanctions - Vessels

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Notice to exporters 2022/23: General Trade Licence Russia Sanctions - Vessels

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This notice advises of revisions to the General Trade Licence Russia Sanctions - Vessels.

The General Licence has been revised to remove Regulation 28 (financial services and funds related to restricted goods and restricted technology) from paragraph 1(h). This enables the provision of insurance and reinsurance to a person connected with Russia in relation to the items in paragraph 1 (a), subject to the wider restrictions and conditions of the licence.

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