Consolidated United Nations Security Council Sanctions List

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The Consolidated Sanctions List includes all individuals and entities subject to sanctions measures imposed by the Security Council. The inclusion of all names on one Consolidated Sanctions List is to facilitate the implementation of the measures, and neither implies that all names are listed under one regime, nor that the criteria for listing specific names are the same. For each instance where the Security Council has decided to impose sanctions in response to a threat, a Security Council Committee manages the sanctions regime. Each sanctions committee established by the United Nations Security Council therefore publishes the names of individuals and entities listed in relation to that committee as well as information concerning the specific measures that apply to each listed name.

The current version of the Consolidated Sanctions List is provided in .xml, .html and .pdf formats. Member States are obliged to implement the measures specific to each listed name as specified on the websites of the related sanctions committee.

For all comments and questions concerning all sanctions lists, including the Consolidated United Nations Sanctions List, kindly contact the Secretariat via the email address: sc-sanctionslists@un.org.

Technical actions

Actions in 2017

Date

Type of action

18/04/2017

On Thursday, 20 April 2017, The Secretariat will be implementing upgrades to the application generating the reports of the different Sanctions Lists. Access to the reports will be interrupted between 12 noon and 5:00 PM EST. As a result of the upgrade, the URLs for the reports sorted by Permanent Reference Number will be simplified from e.g. “https://scsanctions.un.org/en/?keywords=car&sections=r&sort=null to “https://scsanctions.un.org/r/?keywords=car”. We will also make corrections to the Schema (https://www.un.org/sc/resources/sc-sanctions.xsd) on lines:  109, 121, 156, 230 and 239 to correct some of the errors that the XML reports were generating when validated.

09/01/2017

On 9 January 2017, the Secretariat provided, in all relevant United Nations Security Council Sanctions Lists, links to the matching INTERPOL-United Nations Security Council Special Notices (INTERPOL-UNSC S/N). INTERPOL-UNSC S/N contain, as made available, biometric identifiers and being provided to enhance matching procedures for sanctions implementation of end-users. List entries with such links would appear as below, and the INTERPOL-UNSC S/N can be found by clicking on the “click here” button:

QDi.012 Name: 1: NASHWAN 2: ABD AL-RAZZAQ 3: ABD AL-BAQI 4: na
Name (original script): نشوان عبد الرزاق عبد الباقي
Title: na Designation: na DOB: 1961 POB: Mosul, Iraq Good quality a.k.a.: a) Abdal Al-Hadi Al-Iraqi b) Abd Al-Hadi Al-Iraqi c) Omar Uthman Mohammed d) Abdul Hadi Arif Ali Low quality a.k.a.: a) Abu Abdallah b) Abdul Hadi al-Taweel c) Abd al-Hadi al-Ansari d) Abd al-Muhayman e) Abu Ayub Nationality: Iraq Passport no: na National identification no: Ration Card no 0094195 Address: na Listed on: 6 Oct. 2001 ( Amended on 14 May 2007, 27 Jul. 2007, 10 Dec. 2015 ) Other information: Joined Al-Qaida in 1996 and was at that time an important liaison to the Taliban in Afghanistan. Received money from Ansar al-Islam (QDe.098) in order to conduct attacks in Kirkuk and Ninveh in Iraq during spring and summer of 2005. Al-Qaida senior official. In custody of the United States of America, as of Aug. 2014. Father’s name: Abd al-Razzaq Abd al-Baqi. Mother’s name: Nadira Ayoub Asaad. Photo available for inclusion in the INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 15 Jun. 2010. INTERPOL-UN Security Council Special Notice web link: https://www.interpol.int/en/notice/search/un/1475995 click here

 

Actions in 2016

Date

Type of action

30/06/2016

On 1 August 2016, the Secretariat will be phasing out an older version of the database that generates the UN Security Council sanctions lists. The lists will continue to be produced in XML, PDF and HTML and in all six official languages of the United Nations.  The XML versions will remain unchanged, with the exception of the removal of the following file location information at the start of every entry:

xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="https://www.un.org/sc/resources/sc-sanctions.xsd">

This information will only appear once at the top of the XML file.

30/06/2016

On 28 December 2015, at the same time as all United Nations Security Council (UN SC) sanctions lists were made available in the six official languages, the Secretariat commenced the automatic generation of the lists in the five languages of the United Nations. The English versions of the lists were not amended.

On 1 August 2016, in line with the phasing out of the above-mentioned older version of the database, the Secretariat will commence the automatic generation of the English versions of the lists. This will mean that lists will be automatically pulled from the sanctions list database application and uploaded to the websites of each relevant Committee once every day. As a result, the information “updated on” will no longer be relevant in the English versions of the lists and will be replaced by the information “generated on”.

An explanation of the term “generated on” has also been provided on individual sanctions lists. Information concerning the last date of substantive update and the number of entries on the lists will continue to be made available on the sanctions materials web page of the relevant Committee.

In relation to this change, the English links to the sanctions lists will also be modified to reflect the format of the other five official languages, for example,

The links of the Consolidated List will change

from:

XML: https://www.un.org/sc/suborg/sites/www.un.org.sc.suborg/files/consolidated.xml

HTML: https://www.un.org/sc/suborg/sites/www.un.org.sc.suborg/files/consolidated.htm

PDF: https://www.un.org/sc/suborg/sites/www.un.org.sc.suborg/files/consolidated.pdf

to:

XML: https://scsanctions.un.org/resources/xml/en/consolidated.xml

HTML: https://scsanctions.un.org/consolidated/

PDF: https://scsanctions.un.org/fop/fop?xml=htdocs/resources/xml/en/consolidated.xml&xslt=htdocs/resources/xsl/en/consolidated.xsl

and the links for the ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaeda Sanctions List will change

from:

XML: https://www.un.org/sc/suborg/sites/www.un.org.sc.suborg/files/1267.xml

HTML: https://www.un.org/sc/suborg/sites/www.un.org.sc.suborg/files/1267.htm

PDF: https://www.un.org/sc/suborg/sites/www.un.org.sc.suborg/files/1267.pdf

to:

XML: https://scsanctions.un.org/al-qaida/

HTML: https://scsanctions.un.org/en/?keywords=al-qaida

PDF: https://scsanctions.un.org/fop/fop?xml=htdocs/resources/xml/en/consolidated.xml&xslt=htdocs/resources/xsl/en/al-qaida.xsl

30/06/2016

On 1 August 2016, the Secretariat will be updating its web pages to include versions of United Nations Security Council sanctions lists that will appear by permanent reference numbers of the listed names. The lists in alphabetical order will continue to be maintained on the websites.  

30/06/2016

On 1 August 2016, the naming structures for all sanctions lists of the United Nations Security Council will be further harmonized. The modified naming structures will make reference to the relevant resolution(s) concerning the application of the measures. Accordingly, references to the Committees maintaining the list will be removed: for example, instead of the naming structure, “The List established and maintained by the XXX Committee” the naming structure will be: “The List established and maintained pursuant to resolution XXX”.

30/06/2016

On 1 August 2016, the Secretariat will make available a search function to enable end-users to better access information on United Nations Security Council sanctions lists. All feedback from end-users on the search function should be sent to sc-sanctionslists@un.org.

Actions in 2015

Date

Type of action

28/12/2015

On 28 December 2015, the Secretariat made all United Nations Security Council (UN SC) sanctions lists available in the six official languages of the United Nations. For technical reasons to facilitate implementation, the XML versions of the lists are currently being provided only in English. The English XML version of the lists has remained exactly the same.

14/10/2015

New website for the Security Council Subsidiary Organs launched. All old links in former site, including links to sanctions list pages, were changed to newer links.

The Consolidated List link went from: http://www.un.org/sc/committees/consolidated_list.shtml, to https://www.un.org/sc/suborg/en/sanctions/un-sc-consolidated-list

In the case of Committee specific sanctions lists, these have been changed in the following way, for example, the 1267/1989 (Al Qaida) List went from: http://www.un.org/sc/committees/1267/aq_sanctions_list.shtml, to: https://www.un.org/sc/suborg/en/sanctions/1267/aq_sanctions_list

01/05/2015

​Sanctions Lists Related Technical Actions Page posted on website to inform end-users about actions taken in relation to United Nations Sanctions Lists.

​01/03/2015

​Old versions of Al Qaida (1267/1989) and 1988 sanctions lists permanently replaced with new versions. Changes include: change of permanent reference numbers; changes in some dataID numbers; changes in the NamespaceSchemaLocation of the XML files and in the date and time threads; and changes in web-links to the new lists

Al Qaida went from http://www.un.org/sc/committees/1267/AQList.htm to http://www.un.org/sc/committees/1267/1267.htm

1988 from http://www.un.org/sc/committees/1988/1988List.htm to http://www.un.org/sc/committees/1988/1988.htm

​25/02/2015

​Narrative summaries of reasons for listing for all names on United Nations Sanctions Lists made available in all official languages of the United Nations

17/02/2015

Email address created to receive comments and questions from end-users of the United Nations Sanctions Lists (sc-sanctionslists@un.org)

Actions in 2014

Date

Type of action

05/11/2014

Note verbales sent to all Member States to inform them of the changes to the United Nations Sanctions Lists

​29/10/2014

​Introduction of New United Nations Sanctions Lists Format for all Sanctions Committees

29/10/2014

​Removal of former versions of United Nations Sanctions Lists from the different Committees’ websites

29/10/2014

Creation of narrative summaries of reasons for listing for all names on United Nations Sanctions Lists

​29/10/2014

​Launch of United Nations Consolidated Sanctions List in PDF, XML and HTML formats.

Composition of the List

The Consolidated List consists of two sections, specified below:

  1. Individuals (655 individuals)
  2. Entities and other groups (377 entities)

Individuals are listed alphabetically by their names as it appears in Latin script. Entities are also arranged in alphabetical order. Narrative summaries of reasons for listing, where available, can also be found on the respective Committees’ webpage. Members States are strongly encouraged, wherever possible, to submit to the concerned Committee, through their Permanent Missions to the United Nations in New York, any relevant information not currently included on the Sanctions Lists.

The Consolidated Sanctions List maintained on this website was last updated on 21 July 2017 , and supersedes all previous versions. A press release is issued after all changes to the respective sanctions list and is posted in the "Press releases" section of the concerned Committee.

Identifiers and acronyms in the list

The Consolidated Sanctions List has several identifying fields. Where information is lacking, the letters "na" (not available) denote that the Committee has not yet been able to obtain it. Explanations of the fields are provided below.

Individuals

Permanent reference number: indicate which sanctions regime concerns respective names, for example, permanent reference numbers starting with “QD” refer to the Al-Qaida Sanctions regime whereas permanent reference numbers starting with CF refer to names listed under the Security Council sanctions regime concerning the Central African Republic. The following letter “i” refers to individuals and “e” to entities (kindly see the table below).

Referencing System for Individuals

Permanent reference numbers

Two Digit Country Code

Committee

SOi.001

SO

751 (1992) / 1907 (2009)

QDi.001

non-State entity

1267/1989

IQi.001

IQ

1518 (2003)

CDi.001

CD

1533 (2004)

SDi.001

SD

1591 (2005)

KPi.001

KP

1718 (2006)

LYi.001

LY

1970 (2011)

TAi.001

non-State entity

1988 (2011)

GBi.001

GB

2048 (2012)

CFi.001

CF

2127 (2013)

YEi.001

YE

2140 (2014)

SSi.001 

SS

2206 (2015)

  • Name 1, Name 2, Name 3, Name 4: Four separate name fields have been provided in order to accommodate the full range of naming conventions used in all cultures.
  • In many instances, individuals included in the List are represented by less than four names. There are several possible reasons for this, such as: a) information regarding some parts of the complete name is unavailable; or b) the naming convention used for that individual does not employ all four components.
  • Name (original script): Name as it would appear in the original script (e.g. Arabic, Cyrillic, Farsi/Dari, etc.)
  • Title: Honorary, professional, religious or other title (current or last held).
  • Designation: Official title/position/occupation.
  • DOB: Date of birth, including alternative date(s) of birth.
  • POB: Place of birth, including alternative place(s) of birth.
  • Good quality a.k.a.: Alias(es) (also known as) sufficient for a positive identification. Note that names in this field are not separated as Name 1, 2, 3, 4 but are listed as full names.
  • Low quality a.k.a.: Alias(es) (also known as) probably insufficient alone for a positive identification.
  • Nationality: previous or current nationality or citizenship.
  • Passport no.: Passport, travel or substitute/auxiliary document number(s).
  • National identification no.: such as ID card numbers, Social Security numbers, Fiscal Code or Tax Identification numbers
  • Address: permanent, temporary or previous residence(s) or address(es) for correspondence.
  • Listed on: date on which the Sanctions Committee placed the individual on its Sanctions List and of any amendments it made regarding the listed individual.
  • Other information: Supplementary information relevant to identification of the individual.

Entities

Permanent reference number. Similar to the reference system for individuals (see table below):

Referencing System for Entities

Permanent reference number

Two Digit Country  Code

Committee

SOe.001

SO

751 (1992) / 1907 (2009)

QDe.001

non-State entity

1267/1989

IQe.001

IQ

1518 (2003)

CDe.001

CD

1533 (2004)

KPe.001

KP

1718 (2006)

LYe.001

LY

1970 (2011)

TAe.001

non-State entity

1988 (2011)

CFe.001

CF

2127 (2013)

  • Name: name of entity and any acronyms.
  • Name (original script): name as it would appear in the original script (e.g. Arabic, Cyrillic, Farsi/Dari,)
  • A.k.a.: Alias(es) (also known as) and any acronyms.
  • F.k.a.: formerly known as and any acronyms.
  • Address: Address(es) where entity is domiciled or registered or has branch(es)/office(s) or correspondence address(es).
  • Listed on: date on which the Sanctions Committee placed the entity on its Sanctions List and of any amendments it made regarding the listed entity.
  • Other information: Supplementary information relevant to identification of the entity.