Tag: Sanctions on Iran
The US has imposed new sanctions against a number of aircraft providing goods and services to four Iranian airlines including the operator of Iranian Presidential Aircraft.
A Persian version of this article published on November 3 edition of Iran’s state newspaper Jam-E-Jam. IFPNews.com translated the article into English and published…
Crude prices dropped below $28 a barrel earlier this week due to the expected rise in Iranian exports after the sanction against Tehran was lifted.
The representative of the Russian oil giant Gazprom in the Iran’s International Oilshow says the company seeks to obtain the technological know-how and equipments Iran has acquired under the western sanctions.
Since the US and EU imposed banking sanctions against Iran and barred its financial institutions and individuals from accessing the US financial system, the country tried to use alternative currencies or gold to continue their international trades.
Iran agreed to source vehicles and medicines from India to bypass sanctions on its oil industry and help New Delhi settle payment for oil imports in rupees, Times of India reported today.
This year at the UN General Assembly Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu threatened Iran with a military attack to prevent Iran from becoming what he calls a nuclear state. This is nothing new to Iran. 34 years after Iran’s revolution the country is constantly facing threats and the recently hyped nuclear issue is just such a pretext. Because even when Iran’s nuclear program was halted, threats kept on coming as we saw in the Iran-Iraq war which lasted 8 years.