UK Arms Export Licences

UK Arms Export Licences

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Rating: PL9009

Licences

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Date Type Country Item Revoked Rating Value
2013-10-23 SIEL Iran (notes)
 civil aero-engines  
 PL9009 £10,000,000
2013-10-08 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft  
 components for civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £1,870,000
2013-07-01 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft (notes)  
 PL9009 £1,632,000
2013-06-25 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft (notes)  
 PL9009 £611,000
2013-05-07 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft (notes)  
 PL9009 £862,000
2012-12-10 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £9,750
2012-09-04 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft  
 equipment employing cryptography  
 PL9009 £7,770,350
 5A002 £38,835
2012-02-16 SIEL Iran (notes)
 civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £510,000,000
2012-02-01 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft  
 components for civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £7,206,870
2012-01-31 SIEL Iran (notes)
 civil aero-engines  
 civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £166,800,000
2011-10-10 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £2,741,000
2011-06-10 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £616,200
2011-04-19 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £189
2011-03-11 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £595,000
2010-11-04 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aero-engines  
 PL9009 £60,000
2010-10-20 SIEL Iran (notes)
 civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £185,500,500
2010-10-12 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aero-engines  
 PL9009 £505
2010-10-08 SIEL Iran (notes)
 civil aero-engines  
 PL9009 £1,300,000
2010-09-30 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft  
 electronic measurement equipment  
 ferrous alloys  
 PL9009 £2,515,750
 End Use £31,465
2010-08-27 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £790,000
2010-08-05 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £550,000
2010-03-26 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft  
 components for gas processing equipment  
 gas processing equipment  
 PL9009 £73,815
 End Use £45,448
2010-03-25 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aircraft  
 seals  
 PL9009 £790,000
 IRN £164
2010-03-01 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for civil aero-engines  
 PL9009 £100,000
2010-02-25 SIEL Iran (notes)
 civil aero-engines  
 gaskets  
 seals  
 seals  
 PL9009 £1,000,000
 IRN £5,687
2010-02-19 SIEL Iran (notes)
 civil aero-engines  
 seals  
 PL9009 £7,000,000
 IRN £456
2010-02-16 SIEL Iran (notes)
 civil aero-engines  
 civil aero-engines  
 civil aircraft  
 components for civil aero-engines  
 components for civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £253,521,000
2010-02-15 SIEL Iran (notes)
 civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £123,667,000
2010-01-29 SIEL Iran (notes)
 civil aero-engines  
 gaskets  
 seals  
 PL9009 £6,000,000
 IRN £26,096
2010-01-28 SIEL Iran (notes)
 components for valves  
 gaskets  
 general laboratory equipment  
 marine position fixing equipment  
 seals  
 components for civil aero-engines  
 components for civil aircraft  
 PL9009 £23,316
 6A001 £67,625
 IRN £0
 End Use £7,907
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Country Footnotes

Iran The adoption of UN Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1929 on 9 June 2010 established a UN embargo on the supply of conventional weapons to Iran, in addition to restrictions introduced under the original UNSCR 1737 of 23 December 2006, which restricted any equipment that could contribute to the nuclear capability of Iran. EU Council Decision 2010/413/CFSP of 26 July 2010 (as amended) and EU Council Regulation 267/2012 (as amended) includes additional measures that, inter-alia, an embargo on imports of Iranian crude oil, natural gas, and petroleum products, trade in precious and raw metals, diamonds, Iranian banknotes and coinage to the Central Bank of Iran, naval equipment and technology for ship-building, and on certain software for integrating industrial processes. There is currently one exemption to the arms embargo, for the export of non-combat vehicles with ballistic protection intended solely for protective use of EU and Member States personnel. EU counter-proliferation sanctions currently in force are set out in Council Decision 2010/413/CFSP, as amended. This Decision embargoes the supply of arms and equipment that could contribute to the nuclear capability of Iran, nearly all Dual-Use equipment and equipment for certain sectors of the oil and natural gas industries. All exports for this destination were approved in accordance with the sanctions in place.
Iran On 12 April 2011, the EU adopted additional sanctions on Iran in response to the deterioration of the human rights situation. Council Decision 2011/235/CFSP, as amended, includes restrictions on the supply of equipment which might be used for internal repression, as well as of monitoring and interception equipment. All exports for this destination were approved in accordance with the sanctions in place.
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