Skip to content

Countries of Concern

Country Implicates
Afghanistan OFAC, EAR (even EAR 99), ITAR (License will be denied)
Armenia ITAR (License will be denied)
Azerbaijan ITAR (License will be denied)
Balkans (Macedonia, S. Serbia, Montenegro, W. Balkans) OFAC, EAR (even EAR 99)
Belarus ITAR (License will be denied)
Burma* OFAC, EAR (even EAR 99), ITAR (License will be denied)
China* EAR Entity Chart (even EAR 99), ITAR (License will be denied)
Congo* (Zaire) ITAR (License will be denied)
Cuba1 OFAC, EAR (even EAR 99), ITAR (License will be denied)
Haiti* ITAR (License will be denied)
India EAR Entity Chart (even EAR 99)
Iran1 OFAC, EAR (even EAR 99), ITAR (License will be denied)
Iraq1** OFAC, EAR, ITAR (License will be denied)
Israel EAR Entity Chart (even EAR 99)
Kosovo EAR (even EAR 99)
Liberia* OFAC, EAR (even EAR 99), ITAR (License will be denied)
Libya1 OFAC, EAR (even EAR 99), ITAR (License will be denied)
Montenegro EAR (even EAR 99), ITAR (License will be denied)
N. Korea1 OFAC, EAR (even EAR 99), ITAR (License will be denied)
Pakistan EAR Entity Chart (even EAR 99)
Russia EAR Entity Chart (even EAR 99)
Rwanda* EAR (even EAR 99), ITAR (License will be denied)
Serbia EAR (even EAR 99), ITAR (License will be denied)
Sierra Leone OFAC, EAR (even EAR 99)
Somalia* ITAR (License will be denied)
Sudan1* OFAC, EAR (even EAR 99), ITAR (License will be denied)
Syria1 ITAR (License will be denied)
Unita (Angola) OFAC, EAR (even EAR 99), ITAR (License will be denied)
Vietnam ITAR (License will be denied)
Yugoslavia OFAC, EAR (even EAR 99), ITAR (License will be denied)

1 State Department Terrorism Countries (T-7) (Note that Iraq is no longer considered a country that cooperates with terrorists.)

* U.S. Arms Embargoed Countries

** The U.S. lifted most sanctions on Iraq on May 23, 2003. As of June 6, 2003, transfers of many of the goods, software and technology on the Commerce Control List continue to require a license from the Office of Foreign Assets Control even though they are no longer embargoed. The licensing authority is expected to be transferred to the Commerce Department soon. Sanctions remain on assets previously blocked by U.S. sanctions. Prohibitions remain on engaging in transactions with certain Iraqi cultural property and with certain high-ranking representatives of the former regime and their agents. The General Prohibitions under the Commerce Department regulations remain in effect.

Used by permission from Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The flagship campus of the University of Tennessee System and partner in the Tennessee Transfer Pathway.

Report an accessibility barrier