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PostSubject: Today the European Union intends to adopt new sanctions on Iran   Mon Jan 23, 2012 9:29 am

Today the European Union intends to adopt new sanctions on Iran
23/01/2012 13:39



Erbil, January 23 (Rn) - European Union intends to put the finishing touches to impose additional sanctions Monday against Iran over its nuclear program, with a focus on oil exports and the central bank said the responsible foreign policy in the European Union, Catherine Ashton in Brussels, quoted by the Wall Street Journal U.S. the day. She Ashton on her way to a meeting of EU foreign ministers Aubive Brussels, "We will discuss the finalization of the imposition of additional sanctions." Diplomats in Brussels recently that Monday's meeting will result in the age of the decision an oil embargo on Iran. Some ministers said they were confident of reaching an agreement on Monday. He said Austrian Foreign Minister Michael Spindelegger shortly before the meeting, "I think we will be ready to make a decision within the time frame today." The said German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle "No one likes to do so, but it is necessary because the option of nuclear armament is unacceptable, "adding," Iran has refused and still refuses to cooperate with the international community, and compliance with Atzamat International. " Ashton said that the EU still follows the twin-track approach to Iran, even while calling for the 27 countries to increase pressure, but he was ready for talks with Iran over its nuclear activities if it showed Tehran's readiness to participate. Ashton indicated that the Union will test the impact of sanctions imposed on Iran and the embargo on Iranian oil exports on the economy of each of the Member States of the European Union. Referring to the concern of Greece, Greece and most European countries which import large quantities of Iranian oil, and Greece had warned that the implementation of hasty measures against Iran could put more pressure on its economy. In this regard, said Ashton said the EU "talked to a number of producing countries oil "to ensure continuity of supply for all." said Minister of State in the United Kingdom William Hague that he hoped the EU would adopt a "package of measures unprecedented" on Iran. He said that this should include "an oil embargo on stages" and measures against the bank Central and other financial companies and dual-use technology, which can be used for military purposes, as well as civilian purposes. He added that "there is no reasonable explanation for the use for civilian purposes" of uranium enrichment activities in Iran. Iran insists its nuclear program is for civilian purposes. in terms of the other is expected that the EU will add about 30 people and entities to the sanctions list. The Aachton EU calls "again to stop the violence, in order to allow the observers to do their job and to what can be done to achieve that now, as there must be a peaceful transition of power in this country. " Magda Mohsen











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