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Australian sanction laws implement the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) sanctions regime and the Australian autonomous sanctions regimeregimes. These laws restrict financial transactions and prohibit the supply of military or strategic goods and services (including technology transfer, technical assistance or advice and dual use goods) to a sanctioned country or designated person. Countries sanctioned under the Autonomous Sanctions legislation are are listed on the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs website.

Where access to NCI infrastructure and services is proposed for a foreign national from a Sanctioned Country, the institution at which the person is a staff member, student or affiliate must provide a certification, signed by a responsible officer, that the use of NCI facilities in support of the project is not in breach of Australian sanctions legislation.