Iran Highly Ex­pe­ri­enced in Coun­ter­ing Sanc­tions

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TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iran’s econ­omy min­is­ter high­lighted the in­ef­fec­tive­ness of the U.S. sanc­tions re­cently re-im­posed on the Islamic Re­pub­lic and said the coun­try has be­come highly ex­pe­ri­enced in cir­cum­vent­ing the eco­nomic em­bar­goes.

Speak­ing to re­porters in Tehran, Farhad De­j­pasand said that “ap­pro­pri­ate plans” have been de­vised to counter Wash­ing­ton’s eco­nomic sanc­tions against Tehran.

“We will use all op­por­tu­ni­ties to counter the en­emy in the field of econ­omy,” he said, adding, “We have be­come highly ex­pe­ri­enced in coun­ter­ing the sanc­tions since the (vic­tory) of the (1979 Islamic) Revo­lu­tion.”

He fur­ther em­pha­sized that pass­ing through the sanc­tions era would not be so dif­fi­cult, adding that the rel­e­vant or­ga­ni­za­tions have had “com­plete plan­ning” in this re­gard.

The sec­ond batch of U.S. sanc­tions against the Islamic Re­pub­lic took ef­fect on Mon­day.

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