Coun­try Has New Buy­ers of Oil

Iran News - - DOMESTIC -

TEHRAN - First Vice Pres­i­dent Iskhak Ja­hangiri, speak­ing of U.S. sanc­tions on oil ex­ports from Iran, said that Iran had found new buy­ers and they had al­ready pur­chased Ira­nian oil.

Ja­hangiri did not dis­close who the new buy­ers of Ira­nian oil were, but he said that Iran is ne­go­ti­at­ing to sell more oil to China, Rus­sia and Asian coun­tries.

U.S. threats to dif­fer­ent coun­tries, re­gard­ing trade with Iran, are dan­ger­ous and im­pos­si­ble, Iran’s First Vice-Pres­i­dent con­sid­ers.

‘I as­sure the world that if Iran is de­prived of its main source of in­come, it will not be silent, and will take ap­pro­pri­ate mea­sures, he added.

Ja­hangiri stressed that de­spite the U.S. sanc­tions, Iran can re­turn its oil ex­ports to the level of Novem­ber 4, when the U.S. im­posed the sec­ond round of sanc­tions against Iran.

On Novem­ber 2, Wash­ing­ton an­nounced that it would grant eight coun­tries per­mis­sion to buy Ira­nian oil when im­pos­ing sanc­tions on Tehran from Novem­ber 5 to 180 days with­out the pos­si­bil­ity of ex­tend­ing this pe­riod.

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