Inside Syria’s secret talks to buy forbidden U.S. equipment vital to the ...
Quick Glance: Syrian Regime's Use of Cyprus Middleman to Evade Oil Sanctions Revealed
- 3.6 million leaked files from six financial services providers and a website company were reviewed as part of the Cyprus Confidential investigation.
- The Cypriot firm Cable Export was a client of Dadlaw, one of 14 additional offshore services providers whose leaked documents formed the basis of ICIJ’s 2021 Pandora Papers investigation.
- Confidential communications in the Dadlaw records demonstrate five separate transactions to provide American drilling equipment to the Syrian firm between 2014 and 2019 in violation of U.S. sanctions.
- The correspondence involving the NOV equipment emerged from a review of data as part of Cyprus Confidential, an investigation led by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.
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