US believes real downing to be result of sanctions
Pressure by the international society led to decline of the Iranian national currency, the official representative of the State Department, Victoria Nuland, stated on Minday, Vzglyad reports.
“We think it means relentless and becoming more effective international pressure which we put on Iran,” she told journalists. “The Iranian economy experiences great difficulties. Iran becomes more isolated from the world financial system. A huge volume of Iranian oil doesn’t come to the market.”
Nuland thinks that sanctions against Iran are an important factor which should influence decisions made by the Iranian authorities about the nuclear program.
The actual course of the Iranian national currency dropped in by 17%, now $1 costs 34.5 thousand real.