Slovenian Ambassador to Iran Kristina Radej dismissed judgments about the impacts of US sanctions against Iran after Washington's withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal, stressing that the European countries are enthusiastic about continued trade relations with Tehran.
Slovenian envoy: Europe willing to maintain trade ties with Iran
Germany will help firms maintain business with Iran where it can after the US decision to re-impose sanctions on the Islamic Republic, said the country's minister for economic affairs and energy.
Germany to help firms trading with Iran 'where it can': Minister
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Iran is planning to export 8,000 tons of diesel from the northern city of Sari to neighboring Afghanistan by late June.
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Slovenian Ambassador to Iran Kristina Radej dismissed judgments about the impacts of US sanctions against Iran after Washington's withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal, stressing that the European countries are enthusiastic about continued trade relations with Tehran.
Slovenian envoy: Europe willing to maintain trade ties with Iran
Germany will help firms maintain business with Iran where it can after the US decision to re-impose sanctions on the Islamic Republic, said the country's minister for economic affairs and energy.
Germany to help firms trading with Iran 'where it can': Minister
The government spokesman said on Tuesday that the US officials and the White House should respond to questions raised by the public opinion instead of taking hostile stance against Iran.
Gov't spokesman: White House accountable to its public opinion

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