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UN-SCR 917 (1994) - Paragraph 11 of SCR 917 (1994) prohibits the satisfying of any claim by Haitian authorities or any person or body in Haiti, or of any person claiming through or for the benefit of any such person or body, in connection with the performance of a bond, financial guarantee, indemnity or engagement issued in connection with the performance of any contract or transaction, where the performance the contract or transaction was affected by the measures imposed by or pursuant to SCRs 841 (1993), 873 (1993), 875 (1993) and 917 (1994).
Comment: SCR 944 and SCR 948 (1994) lifted other measures imposed by these resolutions.
Council Decision 94/315/CFSP (30/5/94) and EC Regulation 1264/94 (2/6/94
Major drug-producing or drug-transit country
September 15, 2011 - Under the Foreign Relations Authorization Act (FAA), the President is required each year to notify Congress of those countries he determines to be major illicit drug-producing countries or major drug-transit countries that significantly affect the United States. A country’s presence on the list does not necessarily reflect its counternarcotics efforts or its level of cooperation on illegal drug control with the United States. The designation can reflect a combination of geographic, commercial, and economic factors that allow drugs to be produced and/or trafficked through a country.
When a country on the list does not fulfill its obligations under international counter-narcotics agreements and conventions, the President determines that the country has failed demonstrably to meet its counterdrug obligations, only Bolivia, Burma, and Venezuela, failed demonstrably. Such a designation can lead to sanctions. However, the President may also execute a waiver when he determines there is a vital national interest in continuing U.S. assistance. Even without such a waiver, humanitarian assistance and counternarcotics assistance may continue.
ITAR Based sanctions, see chapter on ITAR for more detailed information