The UN Security Council's Sanctions Committee agreed to remove the name of Aisha Gaddafi, daughter of Muammar Gaddafi, from the travel ban lists, while keeping her on the asset freeze sanctions lists.
The Committee’s decision said Aisha Gaddafi, was no longer subject to the travel ban measures imposed pursuant to Paragraph No. 15 of Resolution 1970 of 2011, the United Nations website reported on Monday.
The same decision indicated that Aisha Gaddafi was still subject to asset freeze measures, pursuant to the relevant UN resolutions.
Aisha Gaddafi was included on the Security Council's sanctions lists on February 26, 2011, pursuant to Paragraph No. 15 of Resolution 1970, and Paragraph No. 17 of the same resolution, as the daughter of Muammar Gaddafi, and because of her close role with the former ruling regime in Libya.
The Sanctions Committee previously agreed to renew the granting of Aisha and others from the Gaddafi family of a humanitarian travel exemption valid for a period of six months from December 2021 to May 2022.
In 2021, the European Court also ordered the lifting of Aisha Gaddafi’s name from its sanctions list on the basis that she no longer represented a threat to international peace and security in the region.