Glaser was satisfied by banks’ efforts to combat money laundering and terrorism funding.
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A senior U.S. official made it clear that Hezbollah's MPs and ministers are potentially subject to American sanctions, just like anyone who acts at the party's direction.Glaser's statement will probably offer Lebanese banks a legitimate excuse to freeze or reject the salaries of Hezbollah's MPs and ministers.Glaser expressed confidence that the Central Bank and the banking sector would fully comply with the U.S. law targeting Hezbollah.Without a doubt we have a lot of confidence in him and his team," Glaser said. He also praised the cooperation of Lebanese banks in the fight against terrorism financing. Glaser said he also expected the Lebanese financial system to abide by U.S. rules.
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