The United States banned Iran's sanctions, but will slow down the pain


WASHINGTON – The Democratic Republic of the Democratic Republic of the Democratic Republic of the Democratic Republic of the Democratic Republic of the Democratic Republic of the Democratic Republic of the Democratic Republic of the Congo announced on Friday that eight countries banned the US sanctions against Iran, with its financial sanctions set to recruitment workers in the Middle East.

This warning came shortly before the announcement in the last five years that countries have stopped importing oil from Iran or experiencing financial sanctions. It demonstrated a strong diplomatic policy that is run by the Trump Tribune, a few days prior to a neutral vote.

Mike Pompeo, the US secretary of state, has said he will not recognize the six countries for six months, but said they are expected to close the Iranian oil in weeks. unless exceeded by the end of six months.

He also noted that a list of less than 20 countries banned from the US sanctions under President Barack Obama, and the Trump Tribunal demanded a broad range of agreements.

The ban is "the intent of prohibiting the revenue stream that is used to spread the world's death and destruction," Mr. Pompeo said. He added that he hopes to make a change "Iranians have the opportunity to hold the government not just what they want, but they deserve it."

The last resort of the crime is targeting more than 700 businesses, individuals and businesses, including Iran, Bangladeshi, shipping, insurance and insurance. Mr Pompeo and Steven Mnuchin, the finance secretary, jointly proclaimed the restoration of the embargo, which is taking place on Monday, and calling on journalists.

The prime minister was promised in May, when Trump President announced that the United States had withdrawn from the 2015 world war in order to limit Iranian nuclear program.

Already, Oil buyer in Europe, Japan and South Korea have significantly eliminated the Iranian imports. But China, India and Turkey continue to make such purchases.