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After Syrian and international claims… America excludes earthquake relief efforts from the Caesar Act

The US Treasury Department has issued Public Authorization Number 23 to allow transfers related to earthquake relief efforts in Syria.

“All transfers related to earthquake relief efforts in Syria are permitted,” the statement from the US Treasury Department said, which was exempt under the US penal code known as the “Caesar Act.”

The permitted provisions, according to the decision, included the transfer of funds on behalf of persons from a third country to and from Syria in support of the permitted transfers of earthquake relief efforts.

And the text of the statement stated that American public institutions and money transfers registered in the United States may rely on the source of the transferred funds with regard to compliance with paragraph (a) of this general license in the event that the financial institution does not know or there is no justification for its knowledge that the money transfer is not committed to paragraph (a). of this public holiday.

The decision also included not allowing any transfers prohibited under the provisions of the articles related to preventing the import of oil derivatives from Syria, and any transfers involving a person whose property is prohibited or what he earns from property under the Caesar Act, except for the personalities of the “Syrian government”, unless they are allowed individually.

After Syrian and international claims… America excludes earthquake relief efforts from the Caesar Act, Arabic newspaper -Profile News

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