Not only do the ICC and Unsc have such asset freeze procedures, but the two institutions are also required, on the basis of an agreement, to cooperate closely. A number of provisions of the agreement on negotiating relations between the International Criminal Court and the United Nations (agreement on relations between the United Nations and the Gulf) regulate the issue of cooperation and coordination between the two bodies, with Article 3 establishing an express obligation for the two international organizations to cooperate under the following conditions. : participation or support in acts that undermine the peace, stability or security of the car, including acts 258 icc-A RELATION AGREEMENT, preamble („in accordance with the Rome Statute, the International Criminal Court is established as an independent permanent institution in conjunction with the United Nations system“). In 2014, a project was sponsored in Australia, Finland, Germany, Greece and Sweden, 80 This project culminated in the publication of the Compendium of the High-Level Review of UN Sanctions in June 2015.81 Among the Compendium`s recommendations are several recommendations regarding the relationship between targeted sanctions and international justice institutions (isées). , which was observed in the Compendium in Libya in 2011. – In Resolution 2374 of Resolution 2374 for Mali, Unk has introduced a sanctions regime that includes, among other things, a travel ban, asset freezes and the creation of a new sanctions committee for Mali.267 The UN body has decided that coercive measures under chapter vii of the UN Charter are necessary to deal with violations of various ceasefire agreements.267 The UN body has decided that coercive measures under chapter vii of the UN Charter are necessary to deal with violations of various ceasefire agreements.26 , including by terrorist groups operating in the territory of a transit zone to react. Moreover, and within the meaning of this article, in the preamble to Resolution 2374, which imposes targeted sanctions against individuals and entities in Côte d`Ivoire for the first time in November 2004. In accordance with chapter vii of the United Nations CHARTE and in accordance with Article 28 of its provisional internal regulation162, the UN body established a sanctions committee in Resolution 1572.163. Among other opposition candidates, he was excluded from the nomination. With regard to the sanctions requested, Resolution 1572 contains an arms embargo,164 a travel ban,165 and asset freeze measures.166,166 months later. After noting that the situation in Côte d`Ivoire „continues to pose a threat to international peace and security in the region“167, Unsc decided to extend the sanctions imposed by Resolution 1572 by one year. A further 168 measures were adopted after the controversial presidential elections of 2010.168 Adopted in 2010.
, including the result, a victory by Mr. Ouattara, Mr. Gbagbo refused to accept. to all Ivorian parties and interested parties, 170, Unsc has taken new individual sanctions against Mr. Gbagbo, Simone Gbagbo (his wife) and three leading supporters of its regime.171 Unc renewed and amended the measures on several occasions172 before considering the sanctions regime in favour of Côte d`Ivoire in Resolution 2283 of 28 April 2016.173.173 , it was also stated that Istgh, in pursuing its objectives, could help non-people achieve its non-Charter objectives; In other words, peace and justice can be persecuted at the same time and perhaps even should.20 For some scholars, „there can be no peace without justice“21, while others argue that the elimination of international criminals, who may be obstacles to peace, can serve the interests of peace and justice.22 Others still propose to focus on individual criminal responsibility. 23