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Iraqi companies finance the organization "Daash" in the list of UN sanctions

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Iraqi companies finance the organization "Daash" in the list of UN sanctions

Post by rocky on Mon 16 Apr 2018, 7:57 am

Iraqi companies finance the organization "Daash" in the list of UN sanctions
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[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Iraqi companies finance the organization "Daash" in the list of UN sanctions
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An Iraqi security official said on Monday that the Iraqi government had succeeded in including Iraqi individuals and entities financing "Dahesh" as part of the UN sanctions list, in preparation for freezing their financial assets.

"The UN Security Council's sanctions committee on al-Qaeda and al-Qaeda has agreed to add a company and two Iraqis to the UN sanctions list for private individuals and entities to freeze financial assets," Al-Hayat quoted the official as saying.

The newspaper said the company included on the list of sanctions is "Al Kawthar for Financial Intermediation" and its owner Omar Mohammed Rahim Al Kubaisi, in addition to Salim Mustafa Mohammed Al-Mansour known as Salam Al-Afri.

The newspaper pointed out that the security expert Hisham al-Hashemi said that the two people were killed during the battles against the organization, "Daash" in Iraq in 2016.

The official said that "the decision was issued under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations and through an Iraqi government effort to criminalize all the leaders and elements of the gangs, and the parties and companies and people who fund them."




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