Yemenis welcome America’s sanctions against an Iranian smuggling network in support of the Houthis

An independent Yemeni initiative welcomed this Sunday die The U.S. Treasury Department’s decision to impose sanctions on members of a smuggling network that helps fund the Quds force of the Houthi Revolutionary Guard in Yemen, led by Iran-based Houthi financier Saeed Al-Jamal, has a number of Yemeni elements .

The “Restore Initiative”, die engaged in tracking the activities of looted funds and property from the Houthi coup in an explanation too die Admission of the “Sweed and Sons Exchange Company” in die Sanctions list, a company, die by the Houthis to smuggle and launder money to aid terrorist operations through the Saeed Muhammad Ahmad Al-Jamal network.

One of the branches of the Sweid & Sons Exchange Company in Sana’a

According to the initiative, Al-Jamal, who belongs to the Sanaa Governorate in belongs to the Hamedan region and travels between Yemen, Iran and Lebanon, established in Iran to set up a financial network under the supervision of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards with the aim of die Houthis through die To support the supply of oil derivatives and commodities.

Al-Jamal also took care of die Movement of Houthi funds in different countries. According to the information, the camel is 42 years old and has been in Iran since 2009.

In their statement took into account die “Restore Initiative” the step of the United States of America, people and companies, die for die Use support for the Houthis and impose restrictions on international resolutions, including UN Resolution 2216, alongside money smuggling and deliveries die Houthis to oppose their terrorist operations die Funding the people of Yemen: “An important step that die Screws on the Houthis’ financial resources will perhaps tighten somewhat. “

She added that “die Sanctions against the company Sweid are important because it is one of the most important sources for die Transfer and transfer of funds from the Houthi leaders as well as the looted funds and the transfer of funds from Iran to die Houthis, particularly the oil money, which is monitored and controlled by Houthi spokesman Muhammad Abdul Salam and a number of Houthi leaders. “

The initiative referred to its previous reports that die Houthi Group relies on money exchange companies and complex transfers for its funding, in particular die “Sweed Exchange Company”, die according to the US Treasury Department in the creation of a commercial bank for die Houthi group in Partnership with Muhammad Abdul Salam and leaders of the Lebanese God party, Iranian and Iraqi personalities and other pro-Iranian merchants.

Recovery Initiative Statement

Recovery Initiative Statement

And it called for additional restrictions on Yemeni, Iranian and Lebanese businessmen and trading companies, die Are associated with the Iranian Revolutionary Guards and the Houthis and work to smuggle drugs, weapons and money laundering, especially from the money of Yemeni citizens and companies seized by the Houthis terrorist group die die Resources of the Houthi would stop die he used to fund his military operations to extend the war in Yemen.

The initiative revealed that die Houthi militia in has founded more than 910 listed companies in several of the governorates it controls. She explained that these companies are working to launder Houthi funds from illicit trafficking, weapons and drugs. And promised a list of these companies in publish a new report to be published later.

The “Restoration Initiative” called for additional measures to prevent financial transactions and the smuggling of oil and weapons by the Houthis, practices die encourage them to prolong the war in Yemen and reject peacemaking initiatives.

She stressed die The need to set up an international committee to take stock of these violations and recover the money plundered by the Houthis, die Giving companies back to their owners and overseeing their work and correspondence with foreign companies.

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