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Special Economic Measures (Belarus) Regulations (SOR/2020-214)

Regulations are current to 2022-05-02 and last amended on 2022-04-05. Previous Versions

Special Economic Measures (Belarus) Regulations

SOR/2020-214

SPECIAL ECONOMIC MEASURES ACT

Registration 2020-09-28

Special Economic Measures (Belarus) Regulations

P.C. 2020-687 2020-09-28

Whereas the Governor in Council is of the opinion that gross and systematic human rights violations have been committed in Belarus;

Therefore, Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, pursuant to subsections 4(1)Footnote a, (1.1)Footnote b, (2) and (3) of the Special Economic Measures ActFootnote c, makes the annexed Special Economic Measures (Belarus) Regulations.

Definitions

Marginal note:Definitions

 The following definitions apply in these Regulations.

Belarus

Belarus means the Republic of Belarus and includes

  • (a) any of its political subdivisions;

  • (b) its government and any of its departments or any government or department of its political subdivisions; and

  • (c) any of its agencies or any agency of its political subdivisions. (Bélarus)

Minister

Minister means the Minister of Foreign Affairs. (ministre)

technology

technology means any form of technical data or technical assistance, such as providing instruction, training, consulting or technical advice services or transferring know-how or technical data. (technologie)

List

Marginal note:Listed person

 A person whose name is listed in Schedule 1 is a person who is in Belarus, or is a national of Belarus who does not ordinarily reside in Canada, and in respect of whom the Governor in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister, is satisfied that there are reasonable grounds to believe is

  • (a) a person who has participated in gross and systematic human rights violations in Belarus;

  • (a.1) a person engaged in activities that directly or indirectly facilitate, support, provide funding for or contribute to a violation or attempted violation of the sovereignty or territorial integrity of Ukraine or that obstruct the work of international organizations in Ukraine;

  • (b) a current or former senior official of the Government of Belarus;

  • (c) an associate of a person referred to in any of paragraphs (a) to (b);

  • (d) a family member of a person referred to in any of paragraphs (a) to (c) or (g);

  • (e) an entity owned, held or controlled, directly or indirectly, by a person referred to in any of paragraphs (a) to (d) or acting on behalf of or at the direction of such a person;

  • (f) an entity owned, held or controlled, directly or indirectly, by Belarus or acting on behalf of or at the direction of Belarus; or

  • (g) a senior official of an entity referred to in paragraph (e) or (f).

Prohibitions

Marginal note:Prohibited dealings and activities

 It is prohibited for any person in Canada or any Canadian outside Canada to

  • (a) deal in any property, wherever situated, that is owned, held or controlled by a listed person or by a person acting on behalf of a listed person;

  • (b) enter into or facilitate any transaction related to a dealing referred to in paragraph (a);

  • (c) provide any financial or related services in respect of a dealing referred to in paragraph (a);

  • (d) make available any goods, wherever situated, to a listed person or to a person acting on behalf of a listed person; or

  • (e) make available any property or provide any financial or related services to or for the benefit of a listed person.

Marginal note:Transferable securities and money market instruments

 It is prohibited for any person in Canada or any Canadian outside Canada to, directly or indirectly, deal in transferable securities and money market instruments, including treasury bills, certificates of deposit and commercial papers but not including instruments of payment, issued by

  • (a) Belarus;

  • (b) Belarusbank, Belagroprombank or any other entity controlled by Belarus; or

  • (c) a person acting on behalf of or at the direction of an entity referred to in paragraph (a) or (b).

Marginal note:Debt financing — 90 days

 It is prohibited for any person in Canada or any Canadian outside Canada to, directly or indirectly, transact in, provide financing for or otherwise deal in debt of longer than 90 days’ maturity, including bonds, loans, debentures, extensions of credit, loan guarantees, letters of credit, bank drafts, bankers’ acceptances, discount notes, treasury bills, commercial paper and other similar instruments in relation to

  • (a) Belarus;

  • (b) Belarusbank, Belagroprombank or any other entity controlled by Belarus; or

  • (c) a person acting on behalf of or at the direction of an entity referred to in paragraph (a) or (b).

Marginal note:Insurance and reinsurance

  •  (1) It is prohibited for any person in Canada and any Canadian outside Canada to provide insurance or reinsurance to or for the benefit of

    • (a) Belarus or an entity controlled by Belarus; or

    • (b) a person acting on behalf of or at the direction of an entity referred to in paragraph (a).

  • Marginal note:Insurance — aviation and aerospace

    (2) It is prohibited for any person in Canada and any Canadian outside Canada to provide insurance or reinsurance to or for the benefit of any person in Belarus in relation to any good described in Chapter 88 of the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System, published by the World Customs Organization, or in relation to technology for a good described in that chapter.

  • Marginal note:Existing insurance

    (3) Subsection (2) does not apply in respect of existing insurance or reinsurance until 30 days after the day on which this section comes into force.

Marginal note:Petroleum products

 It is prohibited for any person in Canada or any Canadian outside Canada

  • (a) to import, purchase, acquire, ship or otherwise deal in any good referred to in Part 1 of Schedule 2, wherever situated, that is exported from Belarus;

  • (b) to provide to Belarus or to any person in Belarus any financial, technical or other services related to any good referred to in paragraph (a); or

  • (c) to provide to Belarus or to any person in Belarus any insurance or reinsurance related to any good referred to in paragraph (a).

Marginal note:Potassium chloride

 It is prohibited for any person in Canada or any Canadian outside Canada to import, purchase, acquire, ship or otherwise deal in any good referred to in Part 2 of Schedule 2, wherever situated, that is exported from Belarus.

Marginal note:Restricted goods

  •  (1) It is prohibited for any person in Canada and any Canadian outside Canada to export, sell, supply or ship any good, wherever situated, to Belarus or to any person in Belarus if the good is described in the Restricted Goods and Technologies List.

  • Marginal note:Restricted technologies

    (2) It is prohibited for any person in Canada and any Canadian outside Canada to provide to Belarus or to any person in Belarus any technology that is described in the Restricted Goods and Technologies List.

  • Marginal note:Non-application — goods

    (3) Subsection (1) does not apply to

    • (a) goods temporarily exported for use by a representative of the media from Canada or from a partner country referred to in Schedule 3;

    • (b) goods for use in support of international nuclear safeguards verifications;

    • (c) goods for use by a department or agency of the Government of Canada or of a partner country referred to in Schedule 3;

    • (d) goods for use in inspections under the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling and Use of Chemical Weapons and on their Destruction, signed at Paris, France on January 13, 1993, as amended from time to time;

    • (e) goods for use in relation to the activities of the International Space Station;

    • (f) software updates for end-users that are civilian entities that are owned, held or controlled by a Canadian or a national of a partner country referred to in Schedule 3, or subsidiaries of those entities;

    • (g) civil aircraft registered in a foreign state that are departing from Canada after a temporary sojourn in Canada or civil aircraft registered in Canada departing for a temporary sojourn abroad;

    • (h) the following goods, if stored on board an aircraft or ship:

      • (i) equipment and spare parts that are necessary for the proper operation of the aircraft or ship, or

      • (ii) usual and reasonable quantities of supplies intended for consumption on board the aircraft or ship during the outgoing and return flight or voyage;

    • (i) goods exported for use or consumption on an aircraft or ship that is registered in Canada or the United States;

    • (j) goods exported by an air carrier that is owned by a Canadian or a national of the United States for use in the maintenance, repair or operation of an aircraft registered in Canada or the United States;

    • (k) consumer communication devices that are generally available to the public and designed to be installed by the user without further substantial support; and

    • (l) personal effects exported by an individual that are solely for the use of the individual or the individual’s immediate family and are not intended for sale or to remain in Belarus unless consumed there.

  • Marginal note:Non-application — technologies

    (4) Subsection (2) does not apply to technology provided in relation to a good if the export, sale, supply or shipment of that good is authorized by subsection (3).

  • Marginal note:Definitions

    (5) The following definitions apply in this section.

    consumer communication device

    consumer communication device means any of the following items:

    • (a) computers;

    • (b) disk drives, solid-state storage equipment and other memory devices;

    • (c) input/output control units, other than industrial controllers designed for chemical processing;

    • (d) graphics accelerators and graphics coprocessors;

    • (e) monitors;

    • (f) printers;

    • (g) modems, network access controllers and communications channel controllers;

    • (h) keyboards, mice and similar devices;

    • (i) mobile phones, including cellular and satellite telephones, personal digital assistants, subscriber identity module (SIM) cards and similar devices;

    • (j) information security equipment and peripherals;

    • (k) digital cameras and memory cards;

    • (l) television and radio receivers;

    • (m) recording devices;

    • (n) batteries, chargers, carrying cases and accessories for a good referred to in paragraphs (a) to (m); and

    • (o) software, other than encryption source code, for use with a good referred to in paragraphs (a) to (n). (dispositif de communication)

    Restricted Goods and Technologies List

    Restricted Goods and Technologies List means the Restricted Goods and Technologies List, prepared by the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development and published on the Department’s website, as amended from time to time. (Liste des marchandises et technologies réglementées)

Marginal note:Non-application

 Section 3 does not apply in respect of

  • (a) any payment made by or on behalf of a listed person that is due under a contract that the listed person entered into before they became a listed person, provided that the payment is not made to a listed person or to a person acting on behalf of a listed person;

  • (b) any transactions necessary for a Canadian to transfer to a non-listed person any accounts, funds or investments of a Canadian held by a listed person on the day on which that person became a listed person;

  • (c) any dealings with a listed person required with respect to loan repayments made to any person in Canada, or any Canadian outside Canada, for loans entered into with any person other than a listed person, and for enforcement and realization of security in respect of those loans, or payments by guarantors guaranteeing those loans;

  • (d) any dealings with a listed person required with respect to loan repayments made to any person in Canada, or any Canadian outside Canada, for loans entered into with that listed person before they became a listed person, and for enforcement and realization of security in respect of those loans, or payments by guarantors guaranteeing those loans;

  • (e) any benefit paid under the Old Age Security Act, the Canada Pension Plan or an Act respecting the Québec Pension Plan, CQLR, c. R-9, any superannuation, pension or benefit paid under or in respect of any retirement savings plan or under any retirement plan, any amount paid under or in respect of the Garnishment, Attachment and Pension Diversion Act or the Pension Benefits Division Act and any other payment made in respect of disability to any person in Canada or any Canadian outside Canada;

  • (f) financial services required in order for a listed person to obtain legal services in Canada with respect to the application of any of the prohibitions set out in these Regulations;

  • (g) any transaction in respect of any account at a financial institution held by a diplomatic mission, if the transaction is required in order for the mission to fulfill its diplomatic functions as set out in Article 3 of the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations or, if the diplomatic mission has been temporarily or permanently recalled, when the transaction is required in order to maintain the mission premises;

  • (h) any transaction with any international organization with diplomatic status, with any United Nations agency, with the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement or with any entity that has entered into a grant or contribution agreement with the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development; and

  • (i) a transaction by the Government of Canada that is provided for in any agreement or arrangement between Canada and Belarus.

Marginal note:Assisting in prohibited activity

 It is prohibited for any person in Canada and any Canadian outside Canada to knowingly do anything that causes, facilitates or assists in, or is intended to cause, facilitate or assist in, any activity prohibited by sections 3 to 3.6.

Marginal note:Duty to determine

 The following entities must determine on a continuing basis whether they are in possession or control of property that is owned, held or controlled by or on behalf of a listed person:

  • (a) authorized foreign banks, as defined in section 2 of the Bank Act, in respect of their business in Canada, and banks regulated by that Act;

  • (b) cooperative credit societies, savings and credit unions and caisses populaires regulated by a provincial Act and associations regulated by the Cooperative Credit Associations Act;

  • (c) foreign companies, as defined in subsection 2(1) of the Insurance Companies Act, in respect of their insurance business in Canada;

  • (d) companies, provincial companies and societies, as those terms are defined in subsection 2(1) of the Insurance Companies Act;

  • (e) fraternal benefit societies regulated by a provincial Act in respect of their insurance activities and insurance companies and other entities regulated by a provincial Act that are engaged in the business of insuring risks;

  • (f) companies regulated by the Trust and Loan Companies Act;

  • (g) trust companies regulated by a provincial Act;

  • (h) loan companies regulated by a provincial Act;

  • (i) entities that engage in any business described in paragraph 5(h) of the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act if the business involves the opening of an account for a client; and

  • (j) entities authorized under provincial legislation to engage in the business of dealing in securities or to provide portfolio management or investment counselling services.

Marginal note:Duty to disclose — RCMP or CSIS

  •  (1) Every person in Canada, every Canadian outside Canada and every entity set out in section 6 must disclose without delay to the Commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police or to the Director of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service

    • (a) the existence of property in their possession or control that they have reason to believe is owned, held or controlled by or on behalf of a listed person; and

    • (b) any information about a transaction or proposed transaction in respect of property referred to in paragraph (a).

  • Marginal note:Immunity

    (2) No proceedings under the Special Economic Measures Act and no civil proceedings lie against a person for a disclosure made in good faith under subsection (1).

Applications

Marginal note:Application — no longer be listed person

  •  (1) A listed person may apply to the Minister in writing to have their name removed from Schedule 1.

  • Marginal note:Reasonable grounds

    (2) On receipt of an application, the Minister must decide whether there are reasonable grounds to recommend to the Governor in Council that the applicant’s name be removed from Schedule 1.

Marginal note:New application

 If there has been a material change in circumstances since the last application was submitted, a person may submit another application under section 8.

Marginal note:Mistaken identity

  •  (1) A person whose name is the same as or similar to the name of a listed person and who claims not to be that person may apply to the Minister in writing for a certificate stating that they are not that listed person.

  • Marginal note:Determination by Minister

    (2) Within 30 days after the day on which the Minister receives the application, the Minister must,

    • (a) if it is established that the applicant is not the listed person, issue the certificate; or

    • (b) if it is not so established, provide notice to the applicant of his or her determination.

Application Before Publication

 For the purpose of paragraph 11(2)(a) of the Statutory Instruments Act, these Regulations apply according to their terms before they are published in the Canada Gazette.

Coming into Force

 These Regulations come into force on the day on which they are registered.

SCHEDULE 1(Section 2 and subsections 8(1) and (2))Persons

PART 1

Individuals — Gross Human Rights Violations

SOR/2022-49, s. 5
  • 1 
    Khazalbek Bakhtibekovich Atabekov
  • 2 
    Dmitry Vladimirovich Balaba
  • 3 
    Aleksandr Petrovich Barsukov
  • 4 
    Yelena Nikolaevna Dmukhailo
  • 5 
    Vadim Dmitriyevich Ipatov
  • 6 
    Yuri Khadzhimuratovich Karaev
  • 7 
    Ivan Vladimirovich Kubrakov
  • 8 
    Aleksandr Grigoryevich Lukashenko
  • 9 
    Viktor Aleksandrovich Lukashenko
  • 10 
    Yuri Gennadevich Nazarenko
  • 11 
    Lidia Mikhailovna Yermoshina
  • 12 
    Aleksandr Mikhailovich Aleshkevich
  • 13 
    Aleksandr Vyacheslavovich Astreyko
  • 14 
    Aleksandr Bykov
  • 15 
    Irina Aleksandrovna Tselikovets
  • 16 
    Oleg Anatolyevich Chernyshev
  • 17 
    Mikhail Aleksandrovich Domarnatskiy
  • 18 
    Olga Leonidovna Doroshenko
  • 19 
    Andrey Vasilyevich Galenka
  • 20 
    Maxim Aleksandrovich Gamola
  • 21 
    Andrey Anatolyevich Gurzhiy
  • 22 
    Svetlana Petrovna Katsubo
  • 23 
    Vladimir Viktorovich Kalach
  • 24 
    Sergey Alekseyevich Kalinovskiy
  • 25 
    Gennady Arkadyevich Kazakevich
  • 26 
    Sergey Nikolayevich Khomenko
  • 27 
    Aleksandr Vladimirovich Konyuk
  • 28 
    Aleksandr Mikhailovich Losyakin
  • 29 
    Oleg Vladimirovich Matkin
  • 30 
    Maxim Yakovlevich Mikhovich
  • 31 
    Igor Anatolyevich Plyshevskiy
  • 32 
    Marina Yuryevna Rakhmanova
  • 33 
    Dmitry Vasilyevich Reutskiy
  • 34 
    Aleksandr Svyatoslavovich Shepelev
  • 35 
    Oleg Nikolayevich Shulyakovskiy
  • 36 
    Oleg Leonidovich Slizhevskiy
  • 37 
    Ivan Yuryevich Sokolovskiy
  • 38 
    Sergey Yevgenyevich Terebov
  • 39 
    Valery Pavlovich Vakulchik
  • 40 
    Anatoly Anatolyevich Vasilyev
  • 41 
    Aleksandr Pavlovich Vasilyev
  • 42 
    Leonid Zhuravskiy
  • 43 
    Igor Petrovich Sergeenko
  • 44 
    Aleksey Aleksandrovich Volkov
  • 45 
    Ivan Stanislavovich Tertel
  • 46 
    Ivan Danilovich Noskevich
  • 47 
    Roman Ivanovich Melnik
  • 48 
    Andrey Alekseyevich Ravkov
  • 49 
    Sergey Yakovlevich Azemsha
  • 50 
    Andrey Fedorovich Smal
  • 51 
    Andrey Yuryevich Pavlyuchenko
  • 52 
    Natalya Nikolayevna Eismont
  • 53 
    Igor Ivanovich Buzovskiy
  • 54 
    Sergey Yevgenyevich Zubkov
  • 55 
    Petr Petrovich Miklashevich
  • 56 
    Aleksey Oleksin
  • 57 
    Aleksey Nikolayevich Avramenko
  • 58 
    Leonid Nikolayevich Churo
  • 59 
    Oleg Sergeyevich Gaidukevich
  • 60 
    Igor Vladimirovich Golub
  • 61 
    Andrey Nikolayevich Gurtsevich
  • 62 
    Valeriy Valeryevich Ivankovich
  • 63 
    Nikolay Nikolayevich Karpenkov
  • 64 
    Viktor Gennadyevich Khrenin
  • 65 
    Igor Vladimirovich Lutsky
  • 66 
    Maxim Vladimirovich Ryzhenkov
  • 67 
    Andrey Ivanovich Shved
  • 68 
    Artem Igorevich Sikorsky
  • 69 
    Nikolay Nikolayevich Vorobei
  • 70 
    Aleksandr Vladimirovich Vasiliuk
  • 71 
    Aleksandr Nikolayevich Zaitsev
  • 72 
    Oleg Nikolayevich Belyakov
  • 73 
    Sergei Yepikhov
  • 74 
    Natalia Mikhailovna Buguk
  • 75 
    Alina Sergeevna Kasyanchyk
  • 76 
    Maksim Leonidovich Trusevich
  • 77 
    Dmitriy Karsyuk
  • 78 
    Andrei Parshyn
  • 79 
    Anatol Lapo
  • 80 
    Ihar Butkevich
  • 81 
    Raman Podlineu
  • 82 
    Ihar Pechan
  • 83 
    Siarhei Novikau
  • 84 
    Konstantin Molostov
  • 85 
    Igor Gutnik
  • 86 
    Dmitry Lukashenko
  • 87 
    Dmitriy Korzyuk
  • 88 
    Oleg Larin
  • 89 
    Denis Chemodanov
  • 90 
    Mikhail Bedunkevich
  • 91 
    Vasiliy Sysoyev
  • 92 
    Dmitriy Kovach
  • 93 
    Aleksandr Zhivlyuk
  • 94 
    Andrei Makarevich
  • 95 
    Vladimir Vashkevich
  • 96 
    Aleksandr Alyoksa

PART 1.1

Individuals — Grave Breach of International Peace and Security

  • 1 
    Inna Vladimirovna OLEKSINA
  • 2 
    Vitaly Alekseyevich OLEKSIN
  • 3 
    Denis Aleksandrovich MIKUSHEV
  • 4 
    Vyacheslav Ivanovich TULEYKO
  • 5 
    Igor Sergeyevich KABUSHEV
  • 6 
    Igor Vasilyevich KARPENKO
  • 7 
    Grigory Yuryevich AZARYONOK
  • 8 
    Lyudmila GLADKAYA
  • 9 
    Igor Petrovich TUR
  • 10 
    Ekaterina Vorobei SMUSHKOVICH
  • 11 
    Ivan Ivanovich GOLOVATY
  • 12 
    Anatoly Mechislavovich MARKEVICH
  • 13 
    Valery Nikolaevich IVANOV
  • 14 
    Aleksandr Grigoryevich VOLFOVICH
  • 15 
    Dmitry Aleksandrovich PANTUS
  • 16 
    Viachaslau Yevgenyevich RASSALAI
  • 17 
    Аlexey Ivanovich RIMASHEVSKIY
  • 18 
    Aliaksandr Petrovich VETENEVICH
  • 19 
    Aliaksandr Yauhenavich SHATROU
  • 20 
    Oleg Leonidovich VOINOV (born in 1967)
  • 21 
    Dmitry Anatolievich MIHOLAP (born in 1974)
  • 22 
    Anatoliy Anatolievich BULAVKO (born in 1969)
  • 23 
    Victor Vladimirovich SOYKO (born in 1971)
  • 24 
    Vadim Anatolyevich LUKASHEVICH
  • 25 
    Dmitry Alexandrovich ZABROTSKY (born in 1971)
  • 26 
    Oleg Nikolayevich KOPYL
  • 27 
    Leonid Viktorovich KASINSKY (born on June 29, 1972)
  • 28 
    Igor Vladimirovich MOZHILOVSKY (born in 1971)
  • 29 
    Sergei Anatolievich SAUTA
  • 30 
    Dmitri Ivanovich SUROVICH
  • 31 
    Ivan Josephovich BOGUSLAVSKY (born on August 4, 1968)
  • 32 
    Yuri Mikhailovich PEYGANOVICH
  • 33 
    Alexander Ivanovich BAS (born on August 17, 1971)
  • 34 
    Dmitry Leontievich BEKREN (born in 1979)
  • 35 
    Vadim Evgenievich SHADURA
  • 36 
    Vitaly Fridrikhovich KILCHEVSKY (born in 1978)
  • 37 
    Valery Ivanovich YANUSHKEVICH
  • 38 
    Sergey Nikolayevich GRINYUK (born on May 11, 1971)
  • 39 
    Vyacheslav Aleksandrovich LENKEVICH
  • 40 
    Aleksandr Viktorovich NAUMENKO
  • 41 
    Vladimir Vladimirovich KULAZHIN
  • 42 
    Aleksandr Vasilevich SHAKUTIN (born January 12, 1959)
  • 43 
    Vladimir Pavlovich PEFTIEV (born July 1, 1957)
  • 44 
    Anatoly Andreevich TERNAVSKY (born in 1950)
  • 45 
    Pavel Georgievich TOPUZIDIS (born in 1956)
  • 46 
    Evgeniy Rafilovich BASKIN (born in 1965)
  • 47 
    Valentin Valentinovich BAIKO (born in 1969)
  • 48 
    Andrey Valeryanovich BURDYKO (born June 9, 1973)
  • 49 
    Sergey Dmitrievich SIMONENKO (born April 2, 1968)
  • 50 
    Andrey Vladimirovich ZHUK (born August 6, 1969)

PART 2

Entities

  • 1 
    Belaeronavigatsia Republican Unitary Air Navigation Services Enterprise
  • 2 
    Belarusski Avtomobilnyi Zavod BelAZ (Belarusian Automobile Plant)
  • 3 
    Bremino Group
  • 4 
    Novaya Neftenaya Kompaniya (New Oil Company)
  • 5 
    Minski Avtomobilnyi Zavod MAZ (Minsk Automobile Plant)
  • 6 
    Tsentrkurort
  • 7 
    Presidential Sports Club
  • 8 
    Gardservis
  • 9 
    BelTechExport
  • 10 
    Peleng JSC
  • 11 
    140 Repair Plant
  • 12 
    AGAT Electromechanical Plant
  • 13 
    Absolutbank
  • 14 
    Amkodor Holding
  • 15 
    Belaruskali OAO
  • 16 
    Belarusian Potash Company
  • 17 
    Naftan Oil Refinery
  • 18 
    Grodno Tobacco Factory ‘Neman’
  • 19 
    Minsk Tractor Works
  • 20 
    Belneftkhim
  • 21 
    Emirates Blue Sky
  • 22 
    Dubai Water Front
  • 23 
    Belinvestbank
  • 24 
    Belbizneslizing
  • 25 
    Belinvest-Engineering
  • 26 
    Bank Dabrabyt
  • 27 
    State Authority for Military Industry of the Republic of Belarus (SAMI)
  • 28 
    Public Joint Stock Company Integral
  • 29 
    24x7 Panoptes
  • 30 
    Sokhra
  • 31 
    Synesis
  • 32 
    Inter Tobacco
  • 33 
    Minsk Wheel Tractor Plant
  • 34 
    Belspetsvneshtechnika
  • 35 
    Scientific and Production Limited Liability Company OKB TSP
  • 36 
    558 Aircraft Repair Plant
  • 37 
    Minotor-Service

SCHEDULE 2(Paragraph 3.4(a) and section 3.5)Goods

PART 1

Petroleum Products

  • 1 
    Petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals (excluding crude oil); preparations containing at least 70% by weight of petroleum oils or of oils obtained from bituminous minerals, these oils being the basic constituents of the preparations, not elsewhere included or specified; waste oils containing mainly petroleum or bituminous minerals
  • 2 
    Petroleum gas and other gaseous hydrocarbons
  • 3 
    Petroleum jelly, paraffin wax, micro-crystalline petroleum wax, slack wax, ozokerite, lignite wax, peat wax, other mineral waxes, and similar products obtained by synthesis or by other processes, whether or not coloured
  • 4 
    Petroleum coke, petroleum bitumen and other residues of petroleum oil or of oil obtained from bituminous minerals, not elsewhere included or specified.
  • 5 
    Bituminous mastics, cutback bitumen and other bituminous mixtures based on natural asphalt, on natural bitumen, on petroleum bitumen, on mineral tar or on mineral tar pitch

PART 2

Potassium Chloride

  • 1 
    Potassium chloride with a potassium content evaluated as K2O, by weight not exceeding 40% on the dry anhydrous product
  • 2 
    Potassium chloride with a potassium content evaluated as K2O, by weight exceeding 62% on the dry anhydrous product
  • 3 
    Mineral or chemical fertilizers containing the three fertilizing elements nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium
  • 4 
    Mineral or chemical fertilizers containing the two fertilizing elements phosphorus and potassium
  • 5 
    Other fertilizers containing potassium chloride

SCHEDULE 3(Paragraphs 3.6(3)(a), (c) and (f))Partner Countries

  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Bulgaria
  • Croatia
  • Cyprus
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Latvia
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  • Slovakia
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  • Spain
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  • United Kingdom
  • United States

RELATED PROVISIONS

  • — SOR/2020-228, s. 2

  • — SOR/2020-241, s. 2

  • — SOR/2021-154, s. 3

  • — SOR/2021-184, s. 7

  • — SOR/2021-184, s. 8

    • 8 Sections 3.4 and 3.5 of the Special Economic Measures (Belarus) Regulations, enacted by section 2, do not apply to goods or services if a contract for the import, purchase, acquisition or shipment of or other dealing with the goods or for the provision of the services is entered into before the day on which this section comes into force.

  • — SOR/2021-184, s. 9

  • — SOR/2021-236, s. 4

  • — SOR/2022-49, s. 8

  • — SOR/2022-58, s. 3

  • — SOR/2022-75, s. 9

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