EU is implementing new and expanded sanctions in response to the situation in Ukraine. Sanctions issued by the European Union in the form of regulations are directly applicable in Sweden.
The latest updates on EU sanctions are published in the Official Journal of the European Union.
Finansinspektionen is the designated authority responsible for receiving notifications on frozen assets and may grant exemptions from the freezing of assets for routine administration in certain situations. Read more about Finansinspektionen's role on the page EU Sanctions.
The Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs coordinates Sweden's sanctions policy. Updated information on issued sanctions is available on the ministry's website.