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Post by RamblerNash on Mon Jan 13, 2020 10:53 pm

Iraq's Ambassador in Tehran: Our trade relations with Iran are growing and we do not recognize sanctions -176

1/13/204 4:56 PM
 
{Baghdad: Al Furat News}. The Iraqi ambassador in Tehran, Saad Jawad Qandil, confirmed that Baghdad is not part of the American system of "sanctions" against Tehran and does not recognize its legitimacy.

Qandil said in an interview with the Russian agency "Sputnik" that "Iraq is not part of the US sanctions regime on Iran and does not recognize its legitimacy, and these sanctions do not have legal cover at the level of international law as unilateral sanctions."

On the current volume of trade exchange between Iraq and Iran, Qandil said that "the volume of exchange at the moment between Iran and Iraq is approximately 12 billion dollars, and the leaders of the two countries agreed to increase this level and raise it to 20 billion dollars."

He added: "We are continuing our economic relations with Iran and continue to develop this relationship regardless of these" sanctions ", but certainly, directly and indirectly, these" sanctions "affect the level of trade exchange between the two countries."

He explained that "Iraq was able to obtain exemptions with regard to energy because these are the most vital resource for Iraq and important for Iran as well, and now discussions are continuing between the two countries to continue the trade exchange between the two countries without resorting to the dollar either in the local currency or through exchanges or in a way other than the dollar so that it does not Relations are affected by US "sanctions" on Iran. is over

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