The National Bank of Tajikistan (NBT) has published the list of more than 200 persons wanted for committing grave crimes and having contacts with terrorists.

Tajik central bank calls on citizens of the country and commercial organizations to stop financial cooperation with those persons.  

The NBT has published so-called lists of terrorists and extremists.  The lists include names of Tajik nationals whose assets and accounts are recommended to be frozen.

The list of physical entities, in particular, includes names of 48 persons, including members of the Jamaat Ansarullah and the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan.  The majority of them are currently in Pakistan and some of them are serving their jail terms.

The NBT has also published the list of groups and movements organizations, which are banned by Tajikistan's Supreme Court as terrorist and extremist organizations.  The list includes fifteen organizations such as the Muslim Brotherhood, Jamaat-e Islami, Taliban Movement, the Islamic Party of Turkestan, the Islamic Revival Party of Tajikistan, Lashkar-e Taiba, Tablighi Jamaat, Al-Qaeda, Islamic State, the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, Jabhat al-Nusra, Tojikistoni Ozod (Free Tajikistan), the Religious Missionary Organization Jamaat Ansarullah, and Group 24     

Besides, Tajik central bank has published the list of persons wanted via Interpol.  This list includes 157 names, including nationals of Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Armenia, China, United Arab Emirates, Russia, the Philippines, Afghanistan, and Egypt.