Sanctions against Iran

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Mohsen Rezaee emerges as West's favourite in Iran

With a fourth round of talks set to resume in Vienna this week, pressure is mounting on high-ranking European negotiators to reach an accord that bridges the geopolitical chasm between Washington and Tehran and brings Iran back into compliance with the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), EU Reporter writes

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Iran says won’t accept new nuclear demands of West

Press TV has learned that Iran will not accept the new demands put forward by the United States and the Europeans in the course of the diplomatic process underway on potential revival of the 2015 nuclear agreement. Press TV …

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Sanctions lifted from Iran's oil and banking sectors

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Aragchi, following a regular meeting of the members of the Joint Commission on the Nuclear Deal, said that the parties had reached an agreement to exclude some Iranian citizens, as well as the country's …

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Is JCPOA returning to 2015 norms?

The parties to the negotiation process on the nuclear deal in Vienna agreed to exclude some names and organizations from the sanctions lists, Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Aragchi said. At the same time, the deputy head of the Iranian …

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Araqchi: all sanctions against Iran must be lifted

Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister for political and international affairs Abbas Araghchi noted that Iran's position has not changed and remains the same stressing that all sanctions should be lifted. Araghchi who is Iran's …

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U.S. gives examples of possible sanctions relief to Iran

The U.S. has given Iran examples of sanctions it could lift as part of efforts to return to compliance with the 2015 Obama-era nuclear agreement that former President Trump withdrew from in 2018, a senior State Department official said …

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Have US Sanctions Been Effective? – Analysis

On Thursday, April 15, US President Joe Biden imposed a new round of sanctions against Russia. The Treasury Department blacklisted six Russian technology companies that supported the cyber program run by Russia’s intelligence services. …

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What means Israel's 'controlled escalation'

The tough stance of the Trump administration against the nuclear deal with Iran has now morphed and changed into the Americans feeling their way back to the deal. A day after an April 6 Red Sea attack attributed to Israel’s naval commando on the Iranian military vessel the MV Saviz, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made this amazing declaration at a ceremony marking Holocaust Remembrance Day: “To our good friends as well, I say, 'The deal with Iran that poses and threatens our destruction will not obligate us.'” History, Netanyahu added, has taught Israel that such agreements are worthless. “There is only one thing that we will be committed to: deterring all those who wish to annihilate us from achieving their goal," he warned

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EU set to sanction more Iranians for rights abuses

The European Union is set to agree to sanction several Iranian individuals on Wednesday for human rights abuses, the first such measures since 2013, three EU diplomats said. EU envoys are expected to agree to impose travel bans and …

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Iran decided to attract global investments

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani addressed citizens of Iran saying that the republic needs to maintain constructive contact with the outer world. The President expressed confidence that Iran has an opportunity to become a centre of attraction for …

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How Iran’s resistance economy works

When Joe Biden’s election as U.S. president was certified in January, Iran’s currency appreciated against the dollar by 20 percent. A Biden victory, many Iranians hoped, would mean a return to the 2015 nuclear deal and an end to the “maximum pressure” campaign that had made the global economic crisis accompanying the coronavirus pandemic immeasurably worse for ordinary Iranians, Foreign Affairs writes

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