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Iran has PhD in going around sanctions: Foreign Minister Zarif
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iran will do its utmost to export oil after the US tightened its sanctions against the country, stressing that the Islamic Republic — which has been the target of cruel American bans for decades — has gained much experience in going around such restrictive measures.
Germany vows to stand by Iran nuclear deal
Germany on Wednesday reaffirmed its commitment to a nuclear deal with Iran despite the recent US move to impose sanctions on countries that buy Iranian oil.
Trump’s alternatives to Iran’s oil not good enough for Turkey
Turkey is loath to buy more oil from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates as the US looks to squeeze exports from Iran, currently the third-largest supplier of crude to the Middle East’s biggest economy.
India: New US decision not to impact Chabahar project
The US decision to end waivers for purchase of crude oil from Iran will not impact the Chabahar port project being developed by India, a US State Department official said.
France: Iran trade channel making positive progress
The INSTEX mechanism set up by France, Britain and Germany for Iran to skirt US sanctions is making positive progress, said the French Foreign Ministry on Tuesday, as it responded to the latest moves by the US government to put pressure on Iran.
Iran says US waivers for 'illegal' sanctions have no credit: Spokesman
Iran says it gives no credit to a US decision to eliminate the waivers that allowed importers to buy Iranian oil despite Washington's sanctions, stressing Tehran has been in touch with European partners and neighbors to counter any adverse consequences of the move.
Economy minister: Iran crude important for Japan’s supply security
Japan remains committed to avoiding any harmful impact from US sanctions on Iran, as it sees the Middle Eastern oil producer important for the country's supply security, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Hiroshige Seko said Friday.
EU, Canada vow to fight new US sanctions on Cuba
The European Union and Canada have warned of reprisals after the United States for the first time allowed lawsuits against foreign companies operating in Cuba, including EU and Canadian firms.
India confident US cannot impose sanctions over S-400
India said it is confident it will avoid US sanctions over its purchase of Russia's S-400 missile system, which has become a lightning rod in American dispute with China and Turkey.
Pompeo defends US sanctions against Venezuela, says Washington won't quit fight
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has defended sanctions against Venezuela and said the United States would not "quit the fight" in the South American nation as it struggles with an economic and political crisis.
Kim: North Korea must deal blow to countries imposing sanctions
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un says his country must deal a “serious blow” to those countries that seek to break Pyongyang with sanctions by reaching self-reliance.
UN urges exemption of Humanitarian aids from sanctions
Chef de Cabinet to United Nations Secretary General conveyed sympathy and solidarity of the UN chief António Guterres over recent floods in Iran, stressing that humanitarian aids should be excluded from sanctions.

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