The United States reopens sanctions against Iran on the 7 day: the US will regret it.

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 The United States reopens sanctions against Iran on the 7 day: the US will regret it.


Overseas network 7 August local time August 6th, President Trump confirmed that Washington will continue to restart sanctions against Iran. He also said he was still willing to conclude a new nuclear agreement with Iran.

Comprehensive Agence France-Presse, Reuters, Bloomberg and other foreign media reports, Trump said in a statement, I am still willing to reach a more comprehensive agreement with Iran to resolve the various adverse activities of the Iran government. The agreement includes the handling of the Iran ballistic missile program and its support for terrorism.

Iran will be banned from buying dollars

A US Treasury official said the United States will resume its ban on Iran at 7 a.m. Eastern time at 0 oclock. The first round of sanctions included a ban on Irans purchases of U.S. dollars, a ban on trade in gold and precious metals, and trading in metals, coal and industrial-related software. Sanctions are also targeted at the auto industry, including Persian rugs and pistachio. Secretary of state Pompeio said this is an important part of efforts to resist Irans vicious activities.

The United States will sanction the gold and precious metals trade in Iran

The second phase of sanctions will come into effect in November 5th to limit Irans oil sales. Earlier, the United States threatened to drop Irans oil exports to zero, and hoped that all countries, including allies, would stop importing oil from Iran before November 4th, or they would face sanctions against the US.

U.S. government officials said Wednesday that the United States is considering giving some countries that import Iranian oil certain immunity in view of the imminent entry into force of the first round of non-oil sanctions. The U.S. government has previously said countries that do not stop importing Iranian oil need to reduce their purchases significantly to qualify for temporary exemptions.

President Hassan Rouhani of Iran

In response to Trumps claim to meet and restart the sanctions against Iraq, President Hassan Rouhani of Iran responded in a speech on national television, the United States will regret the sanctions against Iran. They have been isolated in the world. They are implementing sanctions against children, patients and the whole country of Iran.

Rouhani also said, we always agree with diplomacy and negotiations, but negotiations need honesty. Trump called for talks only to raise the domestic consumption of the United States before the mid-term elections and create internal chaos in Iran.

At the end of July, Trump changed his mouth to meet with the president of Iran, Hassan Rouhani, and then said that the meeting was without any conditions and not to see Iran. While declaring a resumption of sanctions, Trump said he was open to new nuclear agreements with Iran.

In August 4th, US President Trump attended the once again great rally in Ohio.

In the face of the resumption of sanctions against Iraq, the European Commission issued a statement on 6 days local time that the EU will open the BlockingStatute to protect EU enterprises operating in Iran from the US sanctions. European enterprises will continue to engage in legitimate business in Iran under the protection of the European Union. In a joint statement, the French, German and British foreign ministers expressed their regret for the United States sanctions against Iran, while Europe would be committed to maintaining economic contacts with Iran, including its oil and gas exports.

The Chinese Ministry of foreign affairs has also repeatedly stated that China and Iran maintain normal exchanges and cooperation without violating their respective international obligations, which are reasonable, reasonable and legitimate. At the same time, China has always opposed unilateral sanctions and long arm jurisdiction, and Chinas legitimate rights and interests should be safeguarded. This position is firm and clear. In July 2015, Iran reached a comprehensive agreement with Irans six nuclear powers, namely, the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany. Under the agreement, Iran pledged to limit its nuclear program and enjoy the right to peaceful use of nuclear energy. The international community lifted sanctions against Iran. In May this year, the United States announced its withdrawal from the comprehensive agreement on the nuclear issue of Iran and restarted sanctions against Iraq which were exempt from Iraqs nuclear agreement. This action has been widely condemned by the international community. Source: overseas web editor: Xun Jianguo _NN7379

The Chinese Ministry of foreign affairs has also repeatedly stated that China and Iran maintain normal exchanges and cooperation without violating their respective international obligations, which are reasonable, reasonable and legitimate. At the same time, China has always opposed unilateral sanctions and long arm jurisdiction, and Chinas legitimate rights and interests should be safeguarded. This position is firm and clear.

In July 2015, Iran reached a comprehensive agreement with Irans six nuclear powers, namely, the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany. Under the agreement, Iran pledged to limit its nuclear program and enjoy the right to peaceful use of nuclear energy. The international community lifted sanctions against Iran. In May this year, the United States announced its withdrawal from the comprehensive agreement on the nuclear issue of Iran and restarted sanctions against Iraq which were exempt from Iraqs nuclear agreement. This action has been widely condemned by the international community.