Washington. The US State Department has announced the inclusion of five alleged Islamic terrorists on its Specially Designated Global Terrorist List. Talking to the media, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said that the list of five people includes Bonomed Machude Omar, senior military commander of the Islamic State-affiliated organization in Mozambique. Blinken has reported that Omar led a group of extremists that killed dozens of people in an attack on the Amarula hotel in Palma city in March. Blinken also blamed Bonomed for several more attacks in Mozambique and Tanzania.
The US has announced the inclusion of senior leaders of Mali-based al-Qaeda-linked Jamaat Nusrat al-Islam Wal-Muslimin, Sidang Hitta and Salem Ould al-Hasan, al-Shabab group leaders Ali Mohamed Rez and Abdikadir Mohamed Abdikadir as global terrorists. Is.
Various types of US sanctions will be imposed on these five terrorists. Along with this, sanctions are also possible on such persons or foreign financial institutions, who have been involved in money transactions with these terrorists.