If You Are Planing To Go To Zimbabwe You Need To Read This First

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    If You Are Planing To Go To Zimbabwe You Need To Read This First - U.S. Economic Sanctions Against Zimbabwe

    American Hunters considering traveling to Zimbabwe need to read and familiarize themselves with the issued Executive Order imposing sanctions against specifically identified individuals and entities in Zimbabwe by the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).

    This Executive Order prohibits U.S. persons, wherever located, or anyone in the United States from engaging in any transactions with any person, entity or organization found on this list which is compiled and regularly updated by the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). This list also names properties where American hunters are forbidden to hunt legally.

    No American should have any dealing with anyone on this list or anyone associated to someone on this list. For more information please visit the web site of the U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control by clicking here, it provides a fact sheet with general information about the Zimbabwe sanctions program imposed by the new Executive.

    For the search result of OFAC's SDN (Specially Designated Nationals) List for Zimbabwe click here, otherwise to do your own search by clicking here.

    Provide the OFAC's SDN List to your outfitter and have him confirm to you in a written statement that you will have no involvement with identified individuals and entities in Zimbabwe and that at no time will you be hunting on a sanction listed property. Criminal fines for violating the Executive Order or regulations to be issued pursuant to the Executive Order are severe. It is no guarantee of protection against prosecution.

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