Saudi Arabia blacklists 25 individuals and entities for Houthi terrorist financing
Saudi Gazette report
Riyadh – Saudi Arabia, represented by the State Security Presidency, on Thursday designated 25 individuals and entities involved in facilitating the financing activities of the Houthi terrorist militia.
The presidency has added these individuals and entities of different nationalities to the country’s terrorist list for their involvement in financing the Iran-backed Houthi terrorist militia based in Yemen.
The classification was made in coordination with the United States of America represented by the Office of Foreign Assets Control of the United States Department of the Treasury, the presidency said in a statement carried by the Saudi Press Agency.
These individuals and entities are engaged in facilitating the financing of Houthi terrorist militia operations with the support of the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps, working as an international network aimed at destabilizing Yemen, the presidency stressed.
The SPA has listed the names of blacklisted individuals and entities as follows:
1- Chiranjeev Kumar Singh, Indian national.
2- Abdo Abdullah Dael Ahmed, Yemeni national.
3- Konstantinos Stavridis, Greek national.
4- Saeed Ahmed Muhammad Al-Jamal, Yemeni national.
5- Manoj Sabharwal, Indian national.
6- Jami Ali Mohammed, Somali national.
7- Hani Abdul Majid Muhammad Asaad, Yemeni national.
8- Abdi Nasser Ali Mahmoud, British national.
9- Talib Ali Hussein Al-Ahmad Al-Rawi, Syrian national
10- Abdul Jalil Mallah, Syrian national.
1- Aurum Ship Management FZC.
2- Peridot Shipping & Trading LLC.
3- JJO General Trading Gida Sanayi Ve Ticaret Anonim Sirketi Company.
4- Guaranteed Ihracat Ithalat Kuyu, Mculuk Dis Ticaret Limited Sirketi Company.
5- Alfoulk Trading Co. LLC
6- Al-Alamiyah Express Company for exchanges and remittances.
7- Al-Hadha Exchange Company.
8- Adoon General Trading Gida Sanayi Ve Ticaret Anonim.
9- Swaid and Sons for Exchange Co.
10- Adoon General Trading LLC
11-Moaz Abdalla Dael for import and export.
12- Fani Oil Trading FZE.
13- Adoon General Trading FZE.
14- Triple Success, ME No. 9167148.
15- Clear Moon Vessel MOI 9109550.
The Presidency noted that all funds and assets belonging to the names listed above must be frozen. It is also prohibited to deal directly or indirectly with them, on their behalf or on their behalf, with financial institutions, designated non-financial professions and businesses and all legal and natural persons. Legal measures will also be taken against anyone whose relationship is established with the persons and entities on the blacklist.
The presidency stated that these measures were taken on the basis of the law relating to the fight against terrorist crimes and its financing, and the executive mechanisms of the resolutions of the United Nations Security Council relating to the fight against terrorism and its funding, including Security Council resolution 1373 (2001), which targets those who commit terrorist acts or those who support terrorists, the statement added.