The two sides are currently reviewing names on the list of prisoners each has presented during UN-backed negotiations in Switzerland.
Using a front company, Iran employed a years-long malware campaign whose targets included Iranian dissidents and international entities.
The talks concern the release of 1,420 prisoners -- 900 government loyalists and 520 Houthis -- as part of the Stockholm Agreement.
Military co-operation between the allies was demonstrated during a recent drill to deploy a mobile command post to Jordan from Kuwait.
Former finance minister Ali Hassan Khalil and former transport minister Yusef Fenianos have been designated in a new round of sanctions.
In a new round of sanctions, the US Treasury and State Department have designated companies that support Iran's petrochemical industry.
The separatists agreed to come back to the table and proceed with talks on the formation of new government after a brief suspension.
The Beirut port explosion has created intense pressure for swift reforms to lift the country out of its worst economic crisis in decades.
The government accuses the Iran-backed Houthis of restricting the movement and freedom of the UN mission in its current location.
With the Iranian economy facing currency and inflation problems, the IRGC continues to spend money on failing proxy wars.