Sanctions related to Sudan were enacted under the United Nations Act to give effect to United Nations Security Council resolutions. Subject to certain exceptions, the measures imposed against Sudan include:
- a prohibition on the export of arms and related material to any person in Sudan;
- a prohibition on the provision, to any person in Sudan, of technical assistance related to arms and related material;
- an assets freeze against those persons designated by the Committee of the Security Council of the United Nations established by Resolution 1591 to oversee the sanctions measures (1591 Committee); and
- a travel ban against persons designated by the 1591 Committee.
Canada also has certain policy measures in place with regard to Sudan, outside the context of United Nations Security Council decisions. More information on these measures can be found on the Embassy of Canada to Sudan website