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 Maliki comments on US sanctions on Iran and sends a request to the Iraqi government

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PostSubject: Maliki comments on US sanctions on Iran and sends a request to the Iraqi government   Wed Aug 08, 2018 11:09 am

Maliki comments on US sanctions on Iran and sends a request to the Iraqi government

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Nuri al-Maliki, Secretary-General of the Islamic Dawa Party, saw US sanctions against Iran as a "flagrant violation" of international law.

"At a time when the peoples of our region and the world are looking to get rid of the consequences of unipolar, the US sanctions against neighboring Iran are a flagrant violation of international law," Maliki said in a statement from the Dawa Party.

He added "

"Punishing the people by imposing a policy of starvation and intimidation is a policy of the major countries against countries that oppose their hostile policies. Our people have suffered from the policy of starvation and siege during the previous regime," said Maliki, who has a good relationship with Iran. The worst forms of collective punishment that extend to affect the food of citizens, and the disastrous social consequences of this, as the most important goals pursued by the besieged, in the hope of increasing the state of popular boiling, instilling the seeds of sedition, Power and citizen ".

"We have recently opposed the sanctions imposed on Syria, and today we reject them against Iran. We call on the Iraqi government not to be a party to these sanctions. We call upon the governments of the world and humanitarian organizations to stop these punitive actions against the Iranian people. Humanitarian and human rights situation. "

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Tuesday that Iraq would not "react" to US sanctions against Iran but would protect its interests.

Iraqi President Fuad Masum said on Tuesday that the circumstances of Iraq and the nature of his relations with Iran make it difficult for him to abide by the implementation of sanctions imposed by Washington on Tehran.

"Iraq should not be with a party against another party in the current conflicts," Masoum said.

US President Donald Trump on Tuesday threatened to cut off economic ties with countries that would deal economically with Iran, hours after the first round of US sanctions against Iran came into effect.

"Anyone who is doing business with Iran will not deal with the United States," Trump said in a tweet on his Twitter account.

"Sanctions against Iran are the harshest ever, and in November they will reach a higher level."

The sanctions, which came into force on Tuesday morning, are aimed at freezing financial transactions and imports of raw materials, such as metal, coal, industry-related software and other transactions, targeting the auto and commercial aviation sectors.

And will be followed in November by measures affecting the oil and gas sectors as well as the Central Bank of Iran.

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