South Africa risks U.S. sanctions for its ties with terrorist actors & U.S. enemies – The North Africa Post
U.S. Congress will overview American relationship with South Africa for its help of U.S.-designated terrorist organizations akin to Hamas and engagement in actions that undermine Washington’s nationwide safety and overseas coverage pursuits.
U.S. lawmakers will focus on within the few coming weeks a bipartisan invoice launched by Republican congressman John James and Democratic congressman Jared Moskowitz.
Beneath the “U.S.-South Africa Bilateral Relations Evaluate Act”, Pretoria dangers financial sanctions for siding with U.S. adversaries. In 2022, commerce exchanges between the 2 international locations reached $25.5 billion, making Washington Pretoria’s second-largest buying and selling companion after Beijing.
Rep. James stated: “I’m proud to guide the U.S.-South Africa Bilateral Relations Evaluate Act within the Home with my Democrat colleague Jared Moskowitz.”
“South Africa has been constructing ties to international locations and actors that undermine America’s nationwide safety and threaten our lifestyle by its navy and political cooperation with China and Russia and its help of U.S.-designated terrorist group Hamas,” he underlined.
The laws, launched to the Home of Representatives, comes few days after Pretoria’s meddling within the Sahara problem and makes an attempt to derail the UN-led political course of moreover its backing of Polisario armed militia threatening regional peace and stability.
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