Published: Wed, July 04, 2018
World | By Camille Rivera

US will never be able to stop Iran oil exports: Rouhani

US will never be able to stop Iran oil exports: Rouhani

Iranian cleric Mojtaba Zolnour was attacking Rouhani and his government's senior officials as sell-outs, saying in an interview in June, "When Obama, during the negotiations about the JCPOA, chose to do a favor to these men, he granted citizenship to 2,500 Iranians and some officials started a competition over whose children could be part of these 2,500 Iranians", according to Iran's Fars News agency.

Iran's first vice president is saying the country's private sector will be able to buy and export crude oil under a new plan to combat USA sanctions.

The U.S. State Department declined to comment.

Heading a high-ranking politico-economic delegation, Rouhani first headed to Bern on the first leg of his tour at the invitation of his Swiss counterpart, Alain Berset. Trump added, referring to the citizenship claim.

'If today these Iranians get deported from America, it will become clear who is complicit and sells the national interest like he is selling sweets to America'.

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As a result, many with direct ties to the Iranian government now reside in the U.S.

The United States withdrew in May from the 2015 agreement, under which world powers agreed to lift sanctions on Iran in return for curbs to its nuclear program. Fox News' Chris Irvine informed. "Iran's incomes and expenses are clear, so their claim is unfounded".

It has since told countries they must cut all imports of Iranian oil from November and Washington is unlikely to offer any exemptions, a senior State Department official said last Tuesday.

President Donald Trump has since pulled out of the carefully negotiated deal which he branded the 'worst deal ever'. His point was that allies of the comparatively moderate Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, were benefiting from a secret deal with the USA that runs counter to Iranian interests.

They believe it's unfair that ordinary Iranians, who have been affected by Trump's travel ban - recently upheld in Supreme Court - while 'children of the regime officials live and work in the U.S'.

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During the previous sanctions regime, some Asian countries received waivers enabling them to buy Iranian crude . But the figure agreed upon should be "sufficient" for the time being, Novak said.

Department for Homeland Security figures show that 13,114 Iranians received green cards in 2015, the year of the Iranian nuclear deal, while another 10,344 were naturalized that same year.

Mounting pressure from the Trump administration combined with discontent among many Iranians at the state of the economy are rattling the Islamic Republic, with little sign that its leaders have the answers, officials and analysts say.

"When Obama, during the negotiations about the JCPOA, chose to do a favor to these men, he granted citizenship to 2,500 Iranians and some officials started a competition over whose children could be part of these 2,500 Iranians", Zolnour said, according to a translation by Fox News. So far, neither the Trump administration has not responded to requests for evidence. "It's not true", tweeted Ben Rhodes, a former deputy national security adviser during the Obama administration.

The deal was promoted by Obama as "the best option" to (temporarily) keep Iran from wielding nuclear arms.

'When Obama, during the negotiations about the JCPOA, made a decision to do a favor to these men, he granted citizenship to 2,500 Iranians and some officials started a competition over whose children could be part of these 2,500 Iranians, ' Zolnour said.

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According to statistics published by the Department of Homeland Security, there doesn't seem to be a significant rise in new USA citizens or lawful permanent residents from Iran over the last decade. "The regime officials chant 'death to America, ' but send their children to the USA, away from the hell they have created in Iran over the past four decades".

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