Measures taken that are spelt out in the report include forcing the institutions to establish financial control and audit mechanisms, creating a government agency to monitor their activities, and imposing stricter rules for sending money abroad. In an attempt to show that the government is taking the problem of terrorist financing seriously, the report gives details of the 33 bank accounts frozen since 11 September, containing funds worth $5.6 million. The Saudi government denies that any money has flowed directly from its citizens to terrorists but admits the possibility of indirect financial support.