The United States announced the resumption of sanctions against Iran. The first measures will take effect from August 7th.

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 The United States announced the resumption of sanctions against Iran. The first measures will take effect from August 7th.


Trump said on the same day that he had signed an administrative order for this purpose. According to the order, the first U.S. sanctions to be restarted are aimed at Iranian automobile, gold and precious metal trading and the Iranian currency, the rial. The rest of the sanctions will come into force in November 5th this year. The scope of the sanctions covers the field of energy in Iran. Specific measures include the prohibition of oil related transactions with Iran, and the prohibition of transactions between foreign financial institutions and the Central Bank of Iran.

Trump said in a statement that the United States will work to fully reopen sanctions against Iraq, and the United States will cooperate with other countries. He stressed that any individual or entity would have serious consequences if it did not stop trading with Iran. He said that countries should take measures to make the Iran government choose either to change its threatening, stable behavior to return to the global economy, or to continue to suffer economic isolation.

The statement once again criticized the Iranian nuclear agreement as a bad agreement, which could not achieve the fundamental goal of containing Irans nuclear weapons. The statement also accuses Iran of continuing to develop a nuclear weapon system, continuing to support terrorism and escalating the conflict in the Middle East after signing the Iranian nuclear agreement.

Trump also said that extreme economic pressure on Iran could effectively protect the national security of the United States. Since his administration, the United States has imposed 17 rounds of sanctions against Iran, placing 145 companies and individuals on the sanctions list. He said the United States wants sanctions to force the Iran government to change its behavior. While stressing extreme economic pressure, Trump said the United States is open to a more comprehensive Iranian nuclear agreement. On this issue, the United States is willing to cooperate with other countries. The Iranian nuclear agreement is an agreement reached in 2015 between the six countries on the Iranian nuclear issue (the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany) and Iran after years of consultation. According to the agreement, Iran will stop the international communitys sanctions against Iraq by halting its nuclear R & D program. Trump announced this May 8th that the United States should withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement. In July 30th, Trump publicly declared that he was willing to meet with the leaders of Iran without preconditions. Source: China News Web Editor: Diao ocean responsible editor: Huang Jia _NNB6466

Trump also said that extreme economic pressure on Iran could effectively protect the national security of the United States. Since his administration, the United States has imposed 17 rounds of sanctions against Iran, placing 145 companies and individuals on the sanctions list. He said the United States wants sanctions to force the Iran government to change its behavior.

While stressing extreme economic pressure, Trump said the United States is open to a more comprehensive Iranian nuclear agreement. On this issue, the United States is willing to cooperate with other countries.

The Iranian nuclear agreement is an agreement reached in 2015 between the six countries on the Iranian nuclear issue (the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany) and Iran after years of consultation. According to the agreement, Iran will stop the international communitys sanctions against Iraq by halting its nuclear R & D program.

Trump announced this May 8th that the United States should withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement. In July 30th, Trump publicly declared that he was willing to meet with the leaders of Iran without preconditions.