The United States has imposed sanctions on a dozen companies in Iraq and Iran

Companies involved in arms smuggling for Yemen, selling the U.S. blacklisted Iranian oil

Thus, sanctions have been imposed on 20 companies based in Iran and Iraq, as well as on officials and others accused of supporting terrorist groups.

The U.S. Treasury Department has reported front companies, senior officials and business partners who support or act on behalf of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps in Iran and its subsidiaries abroad.

And that individuals and entities are also providing assistance to Iranian-backed terrorist groups in Iraq.

It is noted that companies and individuals are involved in arms smuggling for Yemen, the sale of U.S. blacklisted Iranian oil to the Syrian government, propaganda efforts in Iraq, and intimidation of Iraqi politicians.