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Unfreeze

To remove a restriction on an account, asset, or anything else. For example, a government may unfreeze salaries that it previously controlled, or a bank may unfreeze an account after a debt has been repaid.
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conference in Paris yesterday approved the unfreezing of USD 15 billion in
As for assets frozen by the EU in accordance with the decisions of the UN Security Council, an EU source explained that the Council of the EU has to wait for the former to adopt a decision on unfreezing the assets before it can, in turn, adopt a decision on the matter.
Britain would now deal with the NTC "on the same basis as other governments around the world" and would begin work on unfreezing further assets, including currency stocks of the Libyan central bank, held in the UK, Mr Hague said.
Adly has reportedly requested unfreezing his funds following the unchallengeable acquittal; on May 9, Giza Criminal Court acquitted Adly of charges of embezzling and facilitating embezzlement over LE 2 billion of public funds in the period between 2000 and 2011.
Court dismisses plea for unfreezing Paragon bank accounts
KARACHI -- A banking court has sought the Supreme Court's instructions on whether to pass any order on an application of the Omni Group for unfreezing bank accounts of its 19 companies in a money laundering case.
The accused's counsels requested the bench to unfreeze their accounts for disbursing their employees' salaries, but the court turned down the plea, saying that unfreezing the accounts was also FIA's decision.
ISLAMABAD -- The accountability court on Wednesday ordered unfreezing of some of Ishaq Dar's Hajveri Trust bank accounts on welfare grounds.
Although it initially had the support of the Green Party and EDEK, they later retracted it following the unfreezing of jobs.
ISLAMABAD -- Minister for Finance, Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar on Saturday assured the delegation of Joint Action Committee of Federal Hospitals to consider the demand for unfreezing the health allowance saying that efforts would be made to arrive at an amicable solution.
Dr Gonzi said Malta was at the forefront in freezing the assets when the conflict began, in line with European Union and United Nations sanctions but, he pointed out, he himself had made the point about the unfreezing of assets within the EU as a measure to help Libya fund its reconstruction.