India Turkey refuses to respond to US sanctions against Iran

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 India Turkey refuses to respond to US sanctions against Iran


Sun Jai SUDI, CO Secretary of the India oil and natural gas international cooperation, interviewed CNN financial channel the same day. As to whether India will reduce imports of oil from Iran, Sudheer said: India does not recognize unilateral sanctions, and only recognizes sanctions imposed by the United Nations.

He said that the India government has so far not formally contacted the US side on Irans oil issue.

India official data show that Iran is the third largest oil supplier in India after Iraq and Saudi Arabia. In a report issued by the Eurasian Group of 27 think-tank, several analysts estimate that India is buying 700 thousand barrels of oil from Iran every day. In order to meet the growing demand for energy, India regards oil as an important and strategic resource. The report said that Indias state-owned refineries may continue to import crude oil from Iran. The 27 day of the Turkey government also gave lip service and did not plan to respond to US sanctions against Iran. Turkeys anatolu news agency quoted economy minister Nihat Zeybekchi as saying that if the United Nations made a decision or imposed sanctions on the issue, Turkey would abide by it. Apart from that, Turkey only follows its own interests. Source: Xinhua editor: Zhu Xiaodong _NBJS6126

India official data show that Iran is the third largest oil supplier in India after Iraq and Saudi Arabia.

The report said that Indias state-owned refineries may continue to import crude oil from Iran.

The 27 day of the Turkey government also gave lip service and did not plan to respond to US sanctions against Iran.

Turkeys anatolu news agency quoted economy minister Nihat Zeybekchi as saying that if the United Nations made a decision or imposed sanctions on the issue, Turkey would abide by it. Apart from that, Turkey only follows its own interests.