Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferators [NPWMD] and Iranian Financial Sanctions Regulations [IFSR] Entries Added to OFAC’s SDN List on May 15, 2013

May 15, 2013

Today, OFAC has added [NPWMD] [IFSR] Entries to the Specially Designated Nationals List (SDN List):

The following [NPWMD] [IFSR] entries have been added to OFAC’s SDN List list:

AL FIDA INTERNATIONAL GENERAL TRADING, Emirates Concord Hotel, Office Tower 16th Floor Flat 1065, P.O. Box: 28774, Dubai, United Arab Emirates [NPWMD] [IFSR].

AL HILAL EXCHANGE, P.O. Box 28774, Shop # 9 & 10 Ground Floor, Emirates Concorde Hotel, Al Maktoum Road, Deira Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Emirates Concorde Hotel & Residence, Almaktoum Street, P.O. Box 28774, Dubai, United Arab Emirates [NPWMD] [IFSR].”

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Treasury Targets Exchange House and Trading Company Linked to Iranian Attempts to Evade Sanctions

5/15/2013

Action Designates Financial Institutions Involved in Providing Foreign Currency Exchange for the Iranian Regime

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of the Treasury designated an exchange house and a trading company today for aiding Iranian attempts to circumvent international economic sanctions. Al Hilal Exchange and Al Fida International General Trading, which are based in the United Arab Emirates, were designated pursuant to Executive Order (E.O.) 13382 for providing financial services to previously designated Iranian banks. They have been used by Iran in an attempt to maintain access to foreign currency exchange.

“As Iran’s access to the international banking sector comes under increasing pressure, we have seen it turn increasingly to exchange houses and trading companies in its attempts to evade international sanctions and maintain its access to foreign exchange,” said Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence David S. Cohen. “We have warned the financial community about the risks posed by Iran’s use of exchange houses and trading companies to evade sanctions, and today’s action makes clear that we will impose sanctions against non-bank financial institutions that facilitate Iran’s illicit conduct. We will continue to work with our partners in the UAE and around the world to increase pressure on the Iranian regime as it fails to address well founded concerns about its nuclear program.”

Both Al Hilal Exchange and Al Fida International General Trading are being designated today pursuant to E.O. 13382 for their role in providing financial services to Bank Mellat, a designated Iranian bank directly involved with the Iranian nuclear program.

Al Hilal Exchange, an exchange house based in Dubai, UAE, offers services related to remittances, currency exchange and credit card services. During a three-month span in early 2012, Al Hilal Exchange provided foreign currency exchange services worth more than $55 million to Bank Mellat. Al Hilal Exchange is also being designated for providing financial services to Bank Melli, specifically currency exchange services. Treasury previously designated Bank Melli for its financial services for the Atomic Energy Association of Iran and the Iranian Ministry of Defense for Armed Forces Logistics in 2007.

The Central Bank of the UAE recently took action against Al Hilal Exchange, revoking its license on May 8, 2013 for major regulatory and anti-money laundering compliance violations. The U.S. Government welcomes this action taken by the Government of the UAE and commends the UAE for taking action to combat the risks posed to the UAE and international financial system by the illicit financial operations of this exchange house. We look forward to further opportunities to collaborate with the UAE on combating illicit finance.

Al Fida International General Trading, also located in Dubai, collaborated with Al Hilal Exchange to provide Bank Mellat with access to foreign currency. Bank Mellat transferred currency to Al Hilal Exchange through an Al Fida General Trading account in an attempt to obscure the origins of the funds.

U.S. persons are generally prohibited from engaging in any transactions with the entities designated today, and any assets of those entities subject to U.S. jurisdiction are frozen. Additionally, today’s designations under E.O. 13382 carry consequences under the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability, and Divestment Act of 2010 (CISADA). Foreign financial institutions that knowingly facilitate significant transactions or provide significant financial services for these sanctioned entities or individual are exposed to potential loss of access to the U.S. financial system.

Please note, Al Hilal Exchange, one of the entities being designated today, is separate and distinct from Al Hilal Bank, which is also based in the UAE. Today’s sanctions are not imposed on Al Hilal Bank.

For guidance on the risks posed by Iran’s use of exchange houses and trading companies, see the Office of Foreign Assets Control’s January 10, 2013 release on “The Use of Exchange Houses and Trading Companies to Evade U.S. Economic Sanctions Against Iran.”

Identifying Information

Name: Al Hilal Exchange

Address: P.O. Box 28774, Shop #9 & 10 Ground Floor, Emirates Concorde Hotel, Al-Maktoum Road, Deira Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Alt. Address: Emirates Concorde Hotel & Residence, Almaktoum Street, P.O. Box 28774, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Name: Al Fida International General Trading

Address: P.O. Box: 28774, Office Tower 16th Floor Flat 1065, Emirates Concorde Hotel, Dubai, United Arab Emirates”

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OFAC: “Non-proliferation Designations; Iranian Financial Sanctions Regulations Identifications”

May 15, 2013

The U.S. Department of the Treasury on May 15, 2013 released the following:

“OFFICE OF FOREIGN ASSETS CONTROL

Specially Designated Nationals Update

The following entities have been added to OFAC’s SDN List:

AL FIDA INTERNATIONAL GENERAL TRADING, Emirates Concord Hotel, Office Tower 16th Floor Flat 1065, P.O. Box: 28774, Dubai, United Arab Emirates [NPWMD] [IFSR].

AL HILAL EXCHANGE, P.O. Box 28774, Shop # 9 & 10 Ground Floor, Emirates Concorde Hotel, Al Maktoum Road, Deira Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Emirates Concorde Hotel & Residence, Almaktoum Street, P.O. Box 28774, Dubai, United Arab Emirates [NPWMD] [IFSR].”

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Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferators [NPWMD] Entries Added to OFAC’s SDN List on May 10, 2013

May 10, 2013
OFAC - Office of Foreign Assets Control
OFAC – Office of Foreign Assets Control
(Source: Treasury.gov)

Today, OFAC has added [NPWMD] Entries to the Specially Designated Nationals List (SDN List):

The following [NPWMD] entries have been added to OFAC’s SDN List list:

CHANG, Tony (a.k.a. CHANG, Wen-Fu; a.k.a. ZHANG, Wen-Fu); DOB 01 Apr 1965; nationality Taiwan; Passport 211606395 (Taiwan) (individual) [NPWMD].

CHANG, Wen-Fu (a.k.a. CHANG, Tony; a.k.a. ZHANG, Wen-Fu); DOB 01 Apr 1965; nationality Taiwan; Passport 211606395 (Taiwan) (individual) [NPWMD].

FENG SHENG CO., LTD. (a.k.a. TRANS MULTI MECHANICS CO. LTD.), 19, Chin Ho Lane, Chung Cheng Rd., Taya District, Taichung City, Taiwan; No 19, Jinhe Lane, Zhongzheng Road, Daya District, Taichung City, Taiwan [NPWMD].

TRANS MULTI MECHANICS CO. LTD. (a.k.a. FENG SHENG CO., LTD.), 19, Chin Ho Lane Chung Cheng Rd., Taya District, Taichung City, Taiwan; No 19, Jinhe Lane, Zhongzheng Road, Daya District, Taichung City, Taiwan [NPWMD].

ZHANG, Wen-Fu (a.k.a. CHANG, Tony; a.k.a. CHANG, Wen-Fu); DOB 01 Apr 1965; nationality Taiwan; Passport 211606395 (Taiwan) (individual) [NPWMD].”

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Treasury Sanctions Taiwan Proliferators Linked to North Korea

5/10/2013

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of the Treasury today designated one Taiwan entity and one Taiwan individual pursuant to Executive Order (E.O.) 13382, an authority aimed at freezing the assets of proliferators of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and their supporters. Trans Multi Mechanics Co. Ltd. and Chang Wen-Fu were designated for their links to a North Korean procurement agent, Alex H.T. Tsai. Alex Tsai and his son, Yueh-Hsun Tsai, were recently arrested in Estonia and the United States, respectively, and each was charged in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, pursuant to criminal complaints unsealed on May 1, 2013, with conspiring to defraud the United States in its enforcement of laws and regulations prohibiting the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.

“It is essential that we continue to make it as difficult as possible for North Korea to facilitate its nuclear and ballistic missile programs by exposing key cogs in North Korea’s procurement network,” said Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence David S. Cohen. “We will continue to work with our partners in Federal law enforcement and our friends around the world to expose anyone assisting the North Korean government’s illicit procurement activities.”

Alex Tsai was designated by the Treasury Department on January 16, 2009 for providing support to North Korea’s premier arms dealer, Korea Mining Development Trading Corporation (KOMID), which was listed in the Annex to E.O. 13382 and designated at the United Nations in April 2009. Tsai’s wife, Lu-chi Su, and two companies Tsai controlled, Global Interface Company and Trans Merits Co. Ltd. were also designated by Treasury in January 2009.

Chang Wen-Fu has been identified as the CEO and general manager of Trans Multi Mechanics Co. Ltd. and has been actively involved in the procurement of dual-use machinery for North Korea. Alex Tsai has used Trans Multi Mechanics Co. Ltd. to procure and ship hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of equipment to North Korea and to negotiate contracts on behalf of North Korean parties.

Trans Multi Mechanics Co. Ltd. was further alleged to have been involved in some of the purchases which resulted in the charges against Alex Tsai and his son. Based on the Tsai family’s support for KOMID, these actions are consistent with U.S. implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 2094, which requires Member States to sanction any individual or entity acting for or on behalf of a UN-designated individual or entity.

U.S. persons are generally prohibited from engaging in any transactions with the entities listed today, and any assets those entities may have subject to U.S. jurisdiction are frozen.

Identifying information:

Name: Trans Multi Mechanics Co. Ltd.

AKA: Feng Sheng Co., Ltd.

Location: 19, Chin Ho Lane, Chung Cheng Rd., Taya District, Taichung City, Taiwan

Alt. Location: No 19, Jinhe Lane, Zhongzheng Road, Daya District, Taichung City, Taiwan

Name: Chang Wen-Fu

AKA: Tony Chang

AKA: Zhang Wen-Fu

DOB: April 01, 1965

Nationality/Passport Issuing Authority: Taiwan

Passport Number: 211606395 (Taiwan)”

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OFAC: “Non-proliferation Designations”

May 10, 2013

The U.S. Department of the Treasury on May 10, 2013 released the following:

“OFFICE OF FOREIGN ASSETS CONTROL

Specially Designated Nationals List Update

The following individual has been added to OFAC’s SDN List:

CHANG, Wen-Fu (a.k.a. CHANG, Tony; a.k.a. ZHANG, Wen-Fu); DOB 01 Apr 1965; nationality Taiwan; Passport 211606395 (Taiwan) (individual) [NPWMD].

The following entity has been added to OFAC’s SDN List:

TRANS MULTI MECHANICS CO. LTD. (a.k.a. FENG SHENG CO., LTD.), 19, Chin Ho Lane, Chung Cheng Rd., Taya District, Taichung City, Taiwan; No 19, Jinhe Lane, Zhongzheng Road, Daya District, Taichung City, Taiwan [NPWMD].”

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Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferators [NPWMD] Entries Added to OFAC’s SDN List on September 19, 2012

September 24, 2012

On September 19, 2012, OFAC has added [NPWMD] Entries to the Specially Designated Nationals List (SDN List):

The following [NPWMD] entries have been added to OFAC’s SDN List list:

EP-CFD; Aircraft Manufacture Date 19 Feb 1993; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11442 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-CFE; Aircraft Manufacture Date 10 Jun 1992; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11422 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-CFH; Aircraft Manufacture Date 24 Feb 1993; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11443 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-CFI; Aircraft Manufacture Date 22 Jan 1996; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11511 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-CFJ; Aircraft Manufacture Date 09 Jan 1996; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11516 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-CFK; Aircraft Manufacture Date 18 Feb 1986; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11518 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-CFL; Aircraft Manufacture Date 28 Jun 1991; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11343 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-CFM; Aircraft Manufacture Date 27 Apr 1992; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11394 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-CFO; Aircraft Manufacture Date 03 Apr 1992; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11389 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-CFP; Aircraft Manufacture Date 24 Jul 1992; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11409 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-CFQ; Aircraft Manufacture Date 02 Dec 1992; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11429 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-CFR; Aircraft Manufacture Date 31 Mar 1992; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11383 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IAA; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 275; Aircraft Manufacture Date 20 Feb 1976; Aircraft Model B.747SP-86; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 20998 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IAB; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 278; Aircraft Manufacture Date 22 Apr 1976; Aircraft Model B747SP-86; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 20999 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IAC; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 307; Aircraft Manufacture Date 16 May 1977; Aircraft Model B.747SP-86; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 21093 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IAD; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 371; Aircraft Manufacture Date 26 Apr 1979; Aircraft Model B.747SP-86; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 21758 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IAG; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 291; Aircraft Manufacture Date 21 Jul 1976; Aircraft Model B.747-286B(SCD); Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 21217 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IAH; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 300; Aircraft Manufacture Date 22 Dec 1976; Aircraft Model B.747-286B(SCD); Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 21218 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IAI; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 550; Aircraft Manufacture Date 01 Dec 1981; Aircraft Model B.747-286B(SCD); Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 22670 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IAM; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 381; Aircraft Manufacture Date 20 Jun 1979; Aircraft Model B.747-186B; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 21759 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBA; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 723; Aircraft Manufacture Date 21 Dec 1993; Aircraft Model A300B4-605R; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBB; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 727; Aircraft Manufacture Date 27 Dec 1994; Aircraft Model A300B4-605R; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBC; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 632; Aircraft Manufacture Date 11 Mar 1992; Aircraft Model A300B4-605R; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBD; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 696; Aircraft Manufacture Date Apr 1993; Aircraft Model A300B4-605R; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBG; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 299; Aircraft Manufacture Date 09 Aug 1984; Aircraft Model A300B4-203; Aircraft Operator Iran Air (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBH; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 302; Aircraft Manufacture Date 14 Nov 1984; Aircraft Model A300B4-203; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBI; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 151; Aircraft Manufacture Date 09 Jun 1981; Aircraft Model A300B4-2C; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBJ; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 256; Aircraft Manufacture Date 18 May 1983; Aircraft Model A300B4-203; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBK; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 671; Aircraft Manufacture Date 19 Feb 1993; Aircraft Model A310-304; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBL; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 436; Aircraft Manufacture Date 02 May 1987; Aircraft Model A310-304; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBM; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 338; Aircraft Manufacture Date 05 Apr 1985; Aircraft Model A310-203; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBN; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 375; Aircraft Manufacture Date 16 Apr 1985; Aircraft Model A310-203; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBP; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 370; Aircraft Manufacture Date 06 Jan 1986; Aircraft Model A310-203; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBQ; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 389; Aircraft Manufacture Date 20 Jan 1986; Aircraft Model A310-203; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBS; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 80; Aircraft Manufacture Date 13 Feb 1980; Aircraft Model A300B2-203; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBT; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 185; Aircraft Manufacture Date 09 Mar 1982; Aircraft Model A300B2-203; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBV; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 187; Aircraft Manufacture Date 23 Mar 1982; Aircraft Model A300B2-203; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IBZ; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 226; Aircraft Manufacture Date 13 Dec 1982; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-ICD; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 712; Aircraft Manufacture Date 15 Sep 1988; Aircraft Model B.747-21AC; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 24134 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-ICE; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 139; Aircraft Manufacture Date 11 Mar 1981; Aircraft Model A300B4-203; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-ICF; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 173; Aircraft Manufacture Date 14 Dec 1981; Aircraft Model A300B4-203; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IDA; Aircraft Manufacture Date 12 Jun 1990; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11292 (aircraft) [NPWMD].

EP-IDD; Aircraft Manufacture Date 31 Oct 1990; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11294 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IDF; Aircraft Manufacture Date 07 Nov 1990; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11298 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IDG; Aircraft Manufacture Date 30 Jan 1991; Aircraft Model F.28-0100; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 11302 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IEB; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 575; Aircraft Manufacture Date 26 Jan 1996; Aircraft Model A320-232; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IEC; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 857; Aircraft Manufacture Date 18 Jun 1998; Aircraft Model A320-232; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IED; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 345; Aircraft Manufacture Date 18 Jun 1992; Aircraft Model A320-212; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IEE; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 303; Aircraft Manufacture Date 14 Feb 1992; Aircraft Model A320-211; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IEF; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 312; Aircraft Manufacture Date 05 Mar 1992; Aircraft Model A320-211; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IEG; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 2054; Aircraft Manufacture Date 06 Jun 2003; Aircraft Model A320-211; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IRK; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 541; Aircraft Manufacture Date 04 Dec 1966; Aircraft Model B.707-321C; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 19267 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IRL; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 832; Aircraft Manufacture Date 15 Dec 1969; Aircraft Model B.707-386C; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 20287 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IRM; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 839; Aircraft Manufacture Date 04 Mar 1970; Aircraft Model B.707-386C; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 20288 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IRN; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 866; Aircraft Manufacture Date 18 Apr 1973; Aircraft Model B.707-386C; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 20741 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IRR; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 1052; Aircraft Manufacture Date 24 Jun 1974; Aircraft Model B.727-286; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 20946 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IRS; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 1070; Aircraft Manufacture Date 12 Sep 1974; Aircraft Model B.727-286; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 20947 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-IRT; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 1114; Aircraft Manufacture Date 03 Mar 1975; Aircraft Model B.727-286; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 21078 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-MDD; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 1959; Aircraft Manufacture Date Jul 1992; Aircraft Model MD-82; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR TOURS; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 49852 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

EP-MDE; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 1724; Aircraft Manufacture Date Dec 1990; Aircraft Model MD-82; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR TOURS; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 49523 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

UR-BXI; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 2065; Aircraft Manufacture Date Jun 1993; Aircraft Model MD-82; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR TOURS; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 53170 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

UR-BXL; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 1548; Aircraft Manufacture Date Jun 1989; Aircraft Model MD-82; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR TOURS; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 49512 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

UR-BXM; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 1381; Aircraft Manufacture Date Jan 1988; Aircraft Model MD-82; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR TOURS; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 49505 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

UR-CGS; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 1240; Aircraft Model MD-82; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR TOURS; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 49425 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

UR-CGT; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 1241; Aircraft Model MD-82; Aircraft Operator Iran Air Tours; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 49428 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

UR-CHW; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 1514; Aircraft Manufacture Date Mar 1989; Aircraft Model MD-82; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR TOURS; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 49510 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

UR-CHX; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 2010; Aircraft Manufacture Date Jul 1992; Aircraft Model MD-82; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR TOURS; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 53162 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

UR-CHY; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 2067; Aircraft Manufacture Date Jun 1993; Aircraft Model MD-82; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR TOURS; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 53171 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

UR-CHZ; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 2063; Aircraft Manufacture Date May 1993; Aircraft Model MD-82; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR TOURS; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 53169 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

UR-CJQ; Aircraft Construction Number (also called L/N or S/N or F/N) 1300; Aircraft Manufacture Date Jun 1987; Aircraft Model MD-82; Aircraft Operator IRAN AIR TOURS; Aircraft Manufacturer’s Serial Number (MSN) 49502 (aircraft) [NPWMD] Linked To: IRAN AIR.

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Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferators [NPWMD] Entries Removed from OFAC’s SDN List on September 19, 2012

September 21, 2012

On September 19, 2012, OFAC has removed [NPWMD] Entries from the Specially Designated Nationals List (SDN List):

The following [NPWMD] entries have been removed:

BALDACCHINO, Adrian, Fiorella, Triq Tumas Fenech, Qormi, Malta; DOB 01 Jan 1974; nationality Malta; citizen Malta; National ID No. 326074M (Malta) (individual) [NPWMD].

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Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferators [NPWMD] Entries Added to OFAC’s SDN List on July 18, 2012

July 18, 2012

Today, OFAC has added [NPWMD] Entries to the Specially Designated Nationals List (SDN List):

The following [NPWMD] entries have been added to OFAC’s SDN list:

BUSINESS LAB, Maysat Square Al Rasafi Street Bldg. 9, PO Box 7155, Damascus, Syria [NPWMD].

HANDASIEH (a.k.a. ORGANIZATION FOR ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES), PO Box 21120 Baramkeh, Damascus, Syria; PO Box 2849, Al Moutanabi Street, Damascus, Syria; PO Box 5966, Abou Bakr Al Seddeq St., Damascus, Syria [NPWMD].

INDUSTRIAL SOLUTIONS, Baghdad Street 5, PO Box 6394, Damascus, Syria [NPWMD].

MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION FACTORY, PO Box 35202, Industrial Zone, Al-Qadam Road, Damascus, Syria [NPWMD].

ORGANIZATION FOR ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES (a.k.a. HANDASIEH), PO Box 21120 Baramkeh, Damascus, Syria; PO Box 2849, Al Moutanabi Street, Damascus, Syria; PO Box 5966, Abou Bakr Al Seddeq St., Damascus, Syria [NPWMD].

SYRIAN ARAB CO. FOR ELECTRONIC INDUSTRIES (a.k.a. SYRONICS), Kaboon Street, PO Box 5966, Damascus, Syria [NPWMD].

SYRONICS (a.k.a. SYRIAN ARAB CO. FOR ELECTRONIC INDUSTRIES), Kaboon Street, PO Box 5966, Damascus, Syria [NPWMD].

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