Trump Forced to Retreat From Iran Oil Sanc­tions

Iran News - - DOMESTIC -

TEHRAN (IRNA) - Mem­ber of the Na­tional Se­cu­rity and For­eign Pol­icy Com­mis­sion of Ira­nian Par­lia­ment says coun­tries know that if Iran’s oil is not sold, its price will rise to more than $ 120, so they do not want oil sanc­tions against Iran to be im­ple­mented and, ac­cord­ingly, they forced the U.S. pres­i­dent Donald Trump to retreat.

Com­ment­ing on the U.S.’ sanc­tions and its with­drawal from the sanc­tions, es­pe­cially the sanc­tions of Ira­nian oil pur­chases, Seyyid Hos­sein Naqavi Hos­seini said on Fri­day that the U.S. sanc­tions, es­pe­cially in the ones con­cern­ing Ira­nian oil pur­chases, are not fea­si­ble and coun­tries do not ad­here to it.

‘The economies of most coun­tries are de­pen­dent on oil, and they them­selves know that if Iran does not sell oil, it will cost more than $ 120, so coun­tries do not want sanc­tions to be im­ple­mented,’ he said.

The MP, em­pha­siz­ing that the sanc­tions sys­tem does not af­fect the eco­nomic area of the coun­try in the cur­rent sit­u­a­tion, said, ‘Amer­i­cans them­selves, who talked about univer­sal sanc­tions and zero­ing Iran’s oil pur­chases, re­treated from their po­si­tion that this meant the fail­ure of the U.S. sanc­tions poli­cies against Iran.’

He added that many coun­tries did not com­ply with the US sanc­tions on Iran and did not even wait for them to be in ex­emp­tion list of the United States, say­ing that they would not obey and buy oil.

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