America imposes new sanctions on Syria, including governmental and military institutions

WASHINGTON - ALSHARQIYA   October  1 : The administration of US President Donald Trump imposed sanctions on 17 people and Syrian entities, under the "Caesar Act", including the governor of the Central Bank and the head of General Intelligence.
With its new sanctions, the US Treasury Department targeted 13 entities and 6 individuals, including Hazem Karfoul, the governor of the Central Bank of Syria, on charges of financing the Syrian regime.
The sanctions of the US State Department affected 3 figures in the Syrian regime, including the commander of the Fifth Corps in the regime's army, Major General Milad Jadid, accusing him of being involved in preventing the ceasefire in the country.


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