The United States is offering millions of dollars in award money for information that could lead to the arrest of two Hezbollah leaders, a senior State Department official said yesterday.

Nicholas Rasmussen, head of the National Counterterrorism Center in Washington D.C., also said Hezbollah has actors within the U.S. homeland as part of its ongoing global terrorism campaign.

The individuals of concern are senior leaders in Hezbollah, and have been active in that organization for many years. $7 million was offered for Talal Hamiyah and $5 million for Fu’ad Shukr. Rasmussen said that Hezbollah has individuals inside the United States working “on behalf” of the terror group, and is seeking the ability to launch attacks inside the U.S.

Hamiyah and Shukr have been known to the U.S. for some time. The timing of such an announcement is likely to coincide with the Trump administration’s broader hard-line strategy against Iran. Trump is likely to announce a new U.S. policy towards Iran this week, to possibly include nullifying the so-called “Iran Nuclear Deal” that has been in place since 2015.