Congo Hold-up: EU millions to a company under anti-terrorism sanctions

A Congolese construction company has received 6.6 million euros from the European Union. This firm also channeled money to a Belgian-Lebanese who is on the American sanctions list for financing the terrorist movement Hezbollah.


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Lhe Congolese subsidiary of the BGFI bank was not only a safe haven for the dubious cash flows of the Kabila clan. A group of companies in the network of a Lebanese family, several of which are on the US sanctions list for terrorist financing, also had accounts there.



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