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Parliamentary questions
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26 April 2021
E-000586/2021(ASW)
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Question reference: E-000586/2021

The ‘Belorus’ sanatorium is not included in the list of persons and entities subject to restrictive measures in Council Regulation (EU) No 765/2006 concerning restrictive measures in respect of Belarus(1) as implemented by Council Implementing Regulation (EU) No 265/2012 concerning restrictive measures against Belarus(2), nor is it subject to restrictive measures in accordance with Council Regulation (EU) 2020/1998(3) of 7 December 2020 concerning restrictive measures against serious human rights violations and abuses.

The application of regulations imposing restrictive measures is primarily the responsibility of the EU Member States. The listing decisions, once they have entered into effect, are implemented by economic operators and national authorities.

In accordance with national laws and regulations, the national competent authorities (NCAs) could assess whether the funds and economic assets of the ‘Belorus’ sanatorium in Lithuania or the ‘Belorusija’ sanatorium operating in Jūrmala, Latvia are controlled by a listed person, and whether a payment of funds or a transfer of economic resources to those companies would constitute making economic resources indirectly available to a listed person. The list of NCAs can be found in Annex II to the abovementioned Council Regulation (EU) No 765/2006.

The application of regulations imposing restrictive measures is also monitored by the Commission, which the Honourable Member might wish to consult on this issue.

(1)OJ L 134, 20.5.2006, p. 1
(2)OJ L 87, 24.3.2012, p. 37
(3)OJ L 410I, 7.12.2020, p. 1
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