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Trade Sanctions Against UN Protected Area


Canadian Customs Notice

Ottawa, Ontario

April 7, 1998

1. The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade has advised Revenue Canada that the trade embargo against the United Nations Protected Area in the Republic of Croatia is lifted.

2. The United Nations Protected Area in the Republic of Croatia was part of the former Yugoslavia. Memorandum D19-13-4, United Nations Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) Regulations , is now canceled.

3. Questions regarding the lifting of these sanctions should be directed to:

Customs and Trade Administration Branch

More Information on Sanctions in the Case of Former Yugoslavia


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