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Tue - 02 Mar 2021 - 07:07 PM ،،،


 The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctioned two key militants of the Iranian-backed Houthis, whose actions have prolonged Yemen’s civil war and exacerbated the country’s humanitarian crisis.

In its press release on Tuesday, the OFAC said that Mansur Al-Sa’adi and Ahmad ‘Ali Ahsan al-Hamzi are responsible for orchestrating attacks by Houthi forces impacting Yemeni civilians, bordering nations, and commercial vessels in international waters.

"These actions, which were done to advance the Iranian regime’s destabilizing agenda, have fueled the Yemeni conflict, displacing more than one million people and pushing Yemen to the brink of famine.' OFAC added.

“The United States remains committed to promoting accountability of Houthi leadership for their actions, which have contributed to the extraordinary suffering of the Yemeni people.” said OFAC Director, Andrea M. Gacki.