United States Imposed Embargo

Warning - You have been re-directed to this page due to U.S. Embargo Laws. Unless authorized by the U.S. Government, SolidNetwork, Inc. (SolidNetDC) prohibits export and re-export of SolidNetDC hardware, software, products, services, and technology to destinations subject to U.S. embargoes or trade sanctions.

Government policy is to deny requests for such authorization in almost all cases.

As of March 2003, the following countries are subject to U.S. embargo or restrictive trade sanctions:

  • Cuba
  • Iran
  • Iraq *
  • Libya **
  • North Korea (Democratic Republic of Korea)
  • Sudan
  • Syria

This list is subject to change. For the most current information on U.S. embargoed and sanctioned countries, see the U.S. Export Administration Regulations and Treasury Department regulations.

* The comprehensive embargo on Iraq has been lifted. However, export licenses continue to be required for certain SolidNetDC products.

**Although Libya is no longer subject to U.S. embargo, an U.S. Commerce Department export license is needed to export or re-export most SolidNetDC products and services to Libya (except EAR99 items). The U.S. Government applies a general policy of denial to requests for export of itmes to military, police or intelligence end users in Libya.