UN reveals "Daesh fortune" after its defeat

The United Nations revealed Daesh wealth in numbers after its defeat in the establishment of the so-called "Caliphate State" in Iraq and Syria, and pointed out that Daesh is able to direct these funds to support terrorist acts in the region.

UN Secretary-General said in a report that Daesh has up to $ 300 million in money after the loss of the so-called "Caliphate State" in Iraq and Syria, with no financial demands to control the land and the population, Sky News reported.

The report, presented to the UN Security Council on Daesh threat, said on Monday that the low frequency of attacks it was launching was "temporary."

He said he believed Daesh was able to use the money to support "terrorist acts" inside Iraq, Syria and abroad by using services such as informal money transfer companies.

Daesh is also encouraging increased financial self-sufficiency through a network of supporters and affiliates elsewhere in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.


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