Six Hezbollah leaders are now on the terror lists of six Gulf countries and the US. The background of this issue is also important.
In May last year, the Terrorist Financing Targeting Center was inaugurated after the memorandum of understanding was signed between Gulf states and the US in Riyadh while President Donald Trump was visiting.
It is true that these six people listed do not have Saudi or Gulf bank accounts and do not visit these countries or the US, but blacklisting them is part of a confrontation policy that aims to restrict Iran and its agents in the region.
Iran has arms and militias and it is involved in fighting in a number of countries in the region and outside of it. However, we do not want opposing countries to pursue this same approach of spreading violenceAbdulrahman al-Rashed
Before this announcement was made, the activity of financial institutions detected in the UAE was halted because they were transferring money to Iran. A few days before that, the al-Bilad Islamic Bank in Iraq was blacklisted according to a statement issued by the US Treasury which is a member of the International Center.