Unilateral Medical Sanction Law and Legal Definition

Pursuant to 22 USCS § 7201 (7) [Title 22. Foreign Relations and Intercourse; Chapter 79. Trade Sanctions Reform And Export Enhancement], the term unilateral medical sanction means “any prohibition, restriction, or condition on exports of, or the provision of assistance consisting of, medicine or a medical device with respect to a foreign country or foreign entity that is imposed by the United States for reasons of foreign policy or national security, except in a case in which the United States imposes the measure pursuant to--

(A) a multilateral regime and the other member countries of that regime have agreed to impose substantially equivalent measures; or

(B) a mandatory decision of the United Nations Security Council.”