The United States will restart Iran sanctions against Iran now: it will not be intimidated.

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 The United States will restart Iran sanctions against Iran now: it will not be intimidated.


Data map: President Trump spoke at the UN General Assembly.

The target of sanctions is as high as 700! The United States has fully restored sanctions against Iran.

On May 5, the U.S. government will fully resume all sanctions against Iran lifted when the Iranian nuclear agreement was signed in 2015. This is the second batch of sanctions imposed by the United States on Iran since Trump announced his withdrawal from the Iranian nuclear agreement in May this year. The first sanctions measures came into effect in August.

U.S. Treasury Secretary Munuchin said that on November 5, the Treasury Department will impose additional sanctions on Iranian businesses and individuals, targeting more than 700 targets. Hundreds of them were targeted at enterprises and individuals previously lifted under the Iranian nuclear agreement, and more than 300 were newly added.

The sanctions focus on Irans energy, shipbuilding, shipping and finance sectors, especially Irans oil exports. The first sanctions restarted in August mainly involved a series of non-energy areas such as Irans metals, minerals, automobiles and finance.

In a high-profile announcement of the resumption of sanctions against Iran, Pompeo further stressed that sanctions against Iran will continue until Iran meets the requirements of the United States. U.S. President Trump has also said that sanctions against Iran are beginning and Iran will be hit hard.

Data map: President Rouhani of Iran.

It will not be intimidated! Iran said it was not worried about the new sanctions.

The Ministry of foreign affairs of Iran has also responded positively to the announcement of the United States full restoration of sanctions against Iran. Iran said it was not worried about the new sanctions imposed by the United States because the United States would not be able to implement the sanctions against Iran.

Irans foreign ministry said in a statement that the U.S. sanctions were psychological warfare against Iran, Iran will not be intimidated. The statement also said that under U.S. sanctions, Iran also has the ability to manage its economic affairs and safeguard peoples living standards.

Rouhani, President of Iran, admitted last month that Iran is under increasing economic pressure. He appealed to the people of Iran to unite as one and work hand in hand to tide over the difficulties. He also stressed that Iran would never shrink back and would stick to it.

Big stick policy is unpopular? European allies do not want to follow.

The USs resumption of sanctions against Iran has not been supported by European allies. The European Union, France, Germany and the United Kingdom recently issued a joint statement expressing deep regret for the resumption of sanctions against Irans oil and banking industries by the United States.

The EU, France, Britain and Germany also pledged to continue their efforts to implement the comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue, and looked forward to Irans continued constructive role in this regard.

In fact, as early as August, after the first phase of U.S. sanctions against Iran came into force, the major European countries did not follow suit, but bypassed the U.S. anti-sanctions measures and launched the updated interruption law to safeguard the legitimate interests of European enterprises in Iran.

Some analysts say that the U.S. has restarted sanctions against Iran in order to destroy Irans economy through extreme pressure and force Iran to compromise. But its sanctions policy lacks allies support, and the sanctions effect may be greatly reduced.

Data map: in July 2015, the Iran people reached a comprehensive agreement to celebrate the Iranian nuclear issue.

[sanctions against or negotiations? Concerns about the Iranian nuclear issue

In July 2015, Iran reached a comprehensive agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue with the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China and Germany. Under the agreement, Iran promised to limit its nuclear program and the international community to lift sanctions against Iraq. However, since the withdrawal of the US nuclear agreement, the US sanctions against Iran have also resumed.

However, in July, Trump expressed his willingness to meet with Iranian President Ruhani without preconditions.

Rouhani responded that Iran would not negotiate with the United States in the case of US sanctions against Iran. Ruhani once said that Iran demanded no sanctions, no war, no threat, no bullying. On this premise, he urged the United States to return to the negotiating table. In addition, Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif has also said that Iran will judge the economic situation and reserve the right to withdraw from the Iranian nuclear agreement.

In order to properly resolve the Iranian nuclear issue, in September this year, the current participants in the Iranian nuclear agreement held a meeting of foreign ministers in New York and issued a joint statement saying that the parties recognized that safeguarding Irans economic dividend from it was an important part of the comprehensive agreement.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying also said recently that China welcomes pragmatic solutions to maintain normal economic and trade cooperation with Iran, safeguard the effectiveness of the comprehensive agreement, safeguard the international nuclear non-proliferation system and peace and stability in the Middle East, and safeguard multilateralism and international rules.

[inventory of US sanctions against Iran over the years

In 1980, after the United States broke off diplomatic relations with Iran, it imposed economic sanctions against Iran.

In 1995, the United States declared a trade embargo against Iran on the grounds that Iran supports international terrorism and is committed to developing nuclear weapons. In 1996, the United States passed the Damato Act, punishing foreign companies that invested more than $40 million in Irans energy sector. Since 2003, the United States has imposed a series of unilateral sanctions on Iran on the grounds of Irans secret development of nuclear weapons, financing of anti-American forces in Iraq and supporting terrorism. In August 2018, the United States began to restore some of the sanctions lifted against Iran when the Iranian nuclear agreement was signed in 2015, mainly in the non-energy field of Iran. In November 2018, the United States resumed the second batch of sanctions against Iran, mainly for energy, shipping and other fields. Source: China News Network Author: Liu Danyi editor in charge: Huang Jia _NNB6466

In 1995, the United States declared a trade embargo against Iran on the grounds that Iran supports international terrorism and is committed to developing nuclear weapons.

In 1996, the United States passed the Damato Act, punishing foreign companies that invested more than $40 million in Irans energy sector.

Since 2003, the United States has imposed a series of unilateral sanctions on Iran on the grounds of Irans secret development of nuclear weapons, financing of anti-American forces in Iraq and supporting terrorism.

In August 2018, the United States began to restore some of the sanctions lifted against Iran when the Iranian nuclear agreement was signed in 2015, mainly in the non-energy field of Iran.

In November 2018, the United States resumed the second batch of sanctions against Iran, mainly for energy, shipping and other fields.