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Iran’s Oil to Have More Customers during Sanctions - MP
By Staff, Mehr
A senior member of Iran’s Parliament said that the Islamic Republic’s oil will have ‘new and more’ customers during the sanctions period.
“Be sure that in sanctions period, new and more customers will come for Iran’s oil,” Faraydoon Hassanvand, the head of Iranian Parliament’s Energy Committee, told Mehr News Agency on Saturday.
The remarks came as Washington has recently announced that it will not extend sanction waivers for those countries which imported Iranian oil.
In May 2018, Trump administration pulled the US out of international Iran Nuclear Deal based on false accusations, re-imposing tough sanctions against the Iranian nation. Some countries had received waivers to continue oil trade with Iran but now Washington says no more waivers will be issued anymore.
Hassanvand added that “We have also our own special strategies which will be implemented on time,” noting that details of these plans cannot be announced.
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