The US Department of the Treasury has imposed sanctions against two Turkish nationals, who supposedly supported the Islamic State terrorist group.
Two Turkish nationals became a subject to US sanctions for their financial support of the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group, the TASS news agency reported.
Names of the nationals of Turkey are Mohammed al-Seyed al-Hameydan and Hussam Jamus. The first of them, in addition to financial assistance, also solved issues of logistics and transfer of terrorists by various transport. His companion also supplied the IS with mercenaries and served as a financial intermediary in transactions, concluding by the terrorist group.
The US Department of the Treasury announced the freezing of accounts and all kinds of assets of al-Hameydan and Jamus in order “to cut them off the global financial system.” Representatives of the department noted that they will continue to track all the accomplices of terrorism.