UAE adds 38, including Iranians, to its blacklist

Abu Dhabi (IP) - The United Arab Emirates added 38 persons and 15 companies to its blacklist, among whom there were some Iranians.

Iran PressMiddle East: The Emirati news agency WAM said the blacklisting was carried out to target the networks financing terrorists. 

Citizens from the UAE, Lebanon, Iraq, India, Yemen, Afghanistan, Syria, Nigeria, and Iran were recently blacklisted by the UAE.

Most of the UAE sanctions list companies that are active in the trade, shipping, and exchange sectors.

No reason is mentioned for the blacklisting.

The UEA's blacklisting comes as the Arab state, along with the US-Backed Saudi regime, is interfering in the internal affairs of other countries, including Yemen, on the one hand, and having normalized ties with the Israeli regime on the other. 


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