Yemeni personalities whose assets have been frozen by Turkish authorities

Yemeni personalities whose assets have been frozen by Turkish authorities

The Turkish Official Gazette on Thursday unveiled a list of Yemeni personalities whose assets were frozen by Ankara.

The Official Gazette of Turkey issued a decision to freeze the assets of five Yemeni personalities, including former President Ali Abdallah Saleh, under Security Council resolutions 2140, 2216, 2402 and 2456.

In addition to Saleh, the list included the al-Houthi military commander, Abdul Khaliq al-Houthi, the group's second commander, Abdullah Yahya al-Hakim, and the leader of the group involved in acts that threaten the peace, security and stability of Yemen, Abdulmalik al-Houthi, and Saleh's son, Brigadier Ahmed Ali Abdallah Saleh, according to Anadolu Agency.

According to the decision, the balances of the said persons held in Turkish banks and financial institutions, in addition to their funds in leased lockers of real and legal persons, are frozen until February 26, February 2020, and all transactions relating to those assets are linked to the authorization of the Ministry Treasury and Finance.


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