US sanctions ‘cohort' of businessmen and shipping experts linked to Yemen’s Houthis
‘This network’s financial support enables the Houthis’ deplorable attacks threatening civilian and critical infrastructure in Yemen and Saudi Arabia,’ says director of the Office of Foreign Assets Control Andrea M Gacki
Ofac said the Houthis have used ballistic missiles, explosives, naval mines, and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to strike military targets, population centres, infrastructure, and nearby commercial shipping in Saudi Arabia, along key international trade routes
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Since the onset of the conflict in Yemen, the Houthis, with the support of the Iranian regime, have waged a bloody war against the internationally recognized Yemeni government, according to the Office of Foreign Assets Control. It said they used ballistic missiles, explosives, naval mines, and unmanned aerial vehicles to attack bases, population centres, infrastructure, and nearby commercial shipping.
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