Lists of entities related to terrorist activities, subject to the financial sanctions on the basis of the regulations of the Council of the European Union:
1) Regulation No 881/2002
imposing specific restrictive measures against certain persons and entities associated with the ISIL (Da'esh) and Al-Qaida organisations, implements Resolution 1267 (1999) of the United Nations Security Council.
2) Regulation No 753/2011
imposing specific restrictive measures against certain persons and entities in view of the situation in Afghanistan, implements Resolution 1988 (2011) of the United Nations Security Council.
3) Council Regulation No 2580/2001
imposing specific restrictive measures against certain persons and entities identified at EU level as those against which specific restrictive measures should be applied in connection with the suspicion of their involvement in terrorist activities (preceded by Common Position 931/2001), implements Resolution 1373 (2001) of the United Nations Security Council.
The above regulations are applied directly in the Republic of Poland.
Information on other European Union regulations regarding specific restrictive measures and lists of entities covered by these measures is available on the website:
On the aforementioned website there are specific restrictive measures applied in in various sanctioning regimes described: e.g. specific restrictive measures applied in relation to the specific entities (assets freeze, prohibition of making funds available) and the general restrictions (monitoring of transfer of funds, prohibition of undertaking specific activities within the financial market).