From London to Juba, a UK-registered company’s role in one of the largest arms deals to South Sudan
This report documents a complex multi-million dollar arms deal involving entities in the UK, Ukraine and the United Arab Emirates. While outlining the obligations of Ukraine and UAE to prevent irresponsible arms transfers, the report focuses on the role of a UK ‘front’ or ‘shell’ company, whose name was found on contract documents and an end user certificate. Any involvement of a UK-registered company in arms transfers to South Sudan would be in breach of the EU arms embargo on South Sudan, as well the Arms Trade Treaty, UK domestic law and stated UK policy on South Sudan.
View report in English
- Iran: FUrther Information: Jailed Journalists On Hunger Strike: Sanaz Alahyari, Amirhossein Mohammadifar and Amir Amirgholi
- Romania: Written observations submitted to the European Court of Human Rights in the case of Muhammad & Muhammad v Romania
- Turkey: Further information: Authorities unlawfully restrict Pride marches