Subjects – Syria Report



A new cement factory linked to war profiteer Samer Foz was established in December with a capital of USD 416 million, becoming one of the largest private companies in the country. The Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Protection approved on December 13 the establishment of Modern Cement Public Joint Stock Company (PJSC), a cement manufacturer located in Rural Damascus.
The United Kingdom holds GBP 163.2 million in frozen assets of Syrian individuals and entities under U.K.’s Syria sanctions. U.K. authorities have also seized a GBP 26 million property from Rifaat Al-Assad in London, and have collected nearly GBP 200,000 in penalties for sanction violations.
Iran's oil exports to Syria decreased 27 percent in the first quarter of 2024 compared with the last quarter of 2023, and 24 percent on a year-on-year basis. In the last quarter of 2023, exports stood at 8.8 million barrels, an average of 95,938 bopd, while in the same quarter of last year they reached 9.1 million barrels, averaging 101,750 bopd. This quarter’s results are the lowest in two years, since Q2, 2022, when exports stood at 6.2 million barrels.



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