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Washington: We will not grant other exemptions from sanctions on the Iranian oil sector

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Washington: We will not grant other exemptions from sanctions on the Iranian oil sector

Post by claud39 on Sat Jan 12, 2019 8:01 am


[size=32]Washington: We will not grant other exemptions from sanctions on the Iranian oil sector[/size]

US special envoy to Iran, Brian Hawke, said on Saturday that Washington was not considering any further exemptions for Iran's oil sector after US sanctions were re-imposed on Tehran.

Hawk told a news conference in the UAE capital Abu Dhabi that the reason for the exemptions granted earlier was to prevent high oil prices, and Hawk declined to disclose what Washington intends to do when the current exemptions expire at the end of May, Reuters reported.

US sanctions have been granted to eight major oil buyers, including China, India, Japan and South Korea, after they re-imposed sanctions on the oil sector in November.


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