This is stated in a statement by the state Department.
The United States continued its efforts to disrupt the networks of financial and logistical support for ISIS operations in the Middle East and around the world, blacklisting two intermediaries of the terrorist group. This is stated in a statement by Secretary of state Mike Pompeo.
Today, Farouk Hamoud, the Manager of the Syrian company Tawasul Hawala, and Adnan Mohammad Amin al-Rawi, an ISIS intermediary in Turkey, were blacklisted.
“We have made significant progress in breaking down ISIS’s support networks in the Middle East, but we still have a lot of work to do,” Pompeo said in a statement, stressing the importance of working with US partners in the international coalition.