The United States did not support the first batch of sanctions imposed by Iran.

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 The United States did not support the first batch of sanctions imposed by Iran.


Overseas network August 7, according to The Associated Press reports, the United States, 7 days of Eastern time 0, the United States unilaterally restarted the severe sanctions on Iran, the first batch of sanctions on Iran formally entered into force, mainly in the field of non energy.

The White House issued a statement on 6 days, announcing that the United States will reopen the sanctions on Irans non energy field on the 7 day, which will involve the purchase of dollars from the government of Iran; gold and other precious metals transactions; industrial graphite, steel, aluminum, coal and software; related transactions with the Iran currency; a sovereign debt related activity with the government of Iran; and Iran auto bank Industry. And the US sanctions against Irans energy exports will be restarted in November 5th this year, involving port operators in Iran, energy, shipping and shipbuilding; oil trading; foreign financial institutions trading with the Central Bank of Iran.

I am still willing to reach a more comprehensive agreement with Iran to resolve the various adverse events of the Iran government, US President Trump said in a statement 6 days. The agreement includes the handling of the Iran ballistic missile program and its support for terrorism. 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.

Iranian media reported on the 6th that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard is holding a large-scale naval drill in the Strait of Hormuz, an international crude oil transport hub. A spokesman for the Revolutionary Guard said the purpose of the exercise was to control and safeguard the security of the Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz, while responding to the enemys threats and potential risks. Countries all over the world are concerned about the negative impact of the US Iraq confrontation on the Middle East and the world economy.

In the face of the reopening of the United States sanctions against Iraq, the European Commission issued a statement 6 days local time that the EU will enable the blocking act 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.

Japans NHK television reported that Japans foreign minister, Taro Kono, held talks with Iranian Foreign Minister Zariff while attending a series of ASEAN foreign ministersmeetings in Singapore. For the United States to require all countries to completely stop importing oil from Iran in November, Kawano stressed that Japan will negotiate with the United States, and Japan will continue to import oil from Iran in the future. 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: Zhang Haitong _NN9053

Japans NHK television reported that Japans foreign minister, Taro Kono, held talks with Iranian Foreign Minister Zariff while attending a series of ASEAN foreign ministersmeetings in Singapore. For the United States to require all countries to completely stop importing oil from Iran in November, Kawano stressed that Japan will negotiate with the United States, and Japan will continue to import oil from Iran in the future.

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.