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Belgian PM Hopes to Discuss EU’s Anti-Russian Sanctions with Putin 01 Feb 2018

Belgian PM Hopes to Discuss EU’s Anti-Russian Sanctions with Putin

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel said on Wednesday he plans to discuss with Russian President Vladimir Putin the European Union’s sanctions against Moscow. The Belgium PM, who is paying a visit to Russia, is scheduled to meet with Putin later on Wednesday. On Tuesday, Michel held talks with Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. During his […]

PUIC to levy sanctions on Israeli goods 14 Jan 2018

PUIC to levy sanctions on Israeli goods

TEHRAN – Iranian Parliament’s General Director for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian recounted that the member states of the PUIC committee on Palestine have agreed to levy sanctions on Israeli goods. The formal session of the 13th edition of the Parliamentary Union of Islamic Cooperation Conference will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday,” said the Iranian […]

Iran ready for immediate countermeasure to US decision on sanctions 10 Jan 2018

Iran ready for immediate countermeasure to US decision on sanctions

TEHRAN – AEOI spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi said Wed. that Iran is ready to take immediate countermeasures if the Trump administration decides against waiving sanctions under the nuclear deal. Behrouz Kamalvandi noted the “contradictory news” on Washington’s decision to whether or not waive anti-Iran sanctions under the 2015 nuclear deal, adding “if US fails to extend […]

Iranian Bank Denies Report of German Sanction 18 Nov 2017

Iranian Bank Denies Report of German Sanction

TEHRAN – Bank Sepah of Iran denied a report by an Israeli paper that Germany has imposed a credit ban on its branch in Frankfurt, saying the Iranian bank, by contrast, is enhancing its activities in Germany. In comments on Saturday, head of the international affairs department of Bank Sepah, Amir Hosseini, dismissed reports about […]

N. Korean Businesses in China to Stop under New UN Sanctions 28 Sep 2017

N. Korean Businesses in China to Stop under New UN Sanctions

TEHRAN  – China’s commerce ministry said Thursday that North Korean firms or joint ventures in China will be shut within the 120 days of the latest United Nations Security Council sanctions passed on September 12. Overseas Chinese joint ventures with North Korean entities or individuals will also be closed, the ministry said in a statement […]

Extending sanctions relief imperative for US 20 Sep 2017

Extending sanctions relief imperative for US

TEHRAN – Senior MP Alaeddin Boroujerdi emphasized that prolonging suspension of Iran’s nuclear sanctions was a JCPOA requirement it cannot signal a change in Tramp’s approach to the nuclear deal. Head of the Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, Alaeddin Boroujerdi, touched upon prolongation of the Iranian nuclear sanctions suspension for another 120 days […]

U.S. Extends Iran Sanctions Relief With More Sanctions 16 Sep 2017

U.S. Extends Iran Sanctions Relief With More Sanctions

WASHINGTON  – The U.S. has extended sanctions relief to Iran under the countries’ nuclear deal, but repeated accusations that Tehran is violating the spirit of the agreement. President Donald Trump, who has threatened to tear up the 2015 accord, said Iran had “violated so many different elements” of the deal, under which the U.S. agreed […]

UNSC passed new sanctions on NKorea 12 Sep 2017

UNSC passed new sanctions on NKorea

TEHRAN – The United Nations Security Council passed a new round of sanctions in retaliation for North Korea’s most powerful nuclear test every conducted on September 3. The resolution bans Pyongyang from exporting textiles while capping how much crude oil and refined petroleum products can be imported. Natural gas condensates and liquids are also included […]