US will pay $10 million for information about the leader of Hezbollah in Iraq

The United States announced a $10 million reward for information about Muhammad Kavtarani, the leader of Hezbollah in Iraq. This was announced by the U.S. State Department on April 10.

The United States considers Hezbollah a terrorist organization. According to the statement, the award is offered for information about the activities, connections and acquaintances of Cavtaran, and he is called “high-ranking military commander” of the movement in Iraq.

According to the State Department, Cavtarani has assumed part of the political coordination of militant groups connected with Iran, which was previously organized by Kasem Suleimani.

The groups are accused of suppressing protests, attacking American diplomatic missions and organized crime.