The US has agreed to temporarily allow eight countries to pursue the acquisition of Iranian oil after Tehran rabies treatment on 5 November 2005, said Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Friday, referring to the import of oil from the Persian Gulf "significant reduction". India is one of the countries that are expected to receive exemptions. But top management officials denied the names on Friday. The list of exemptions is announced on Monday, Pompeo told journalists during a conference call on Iranian sanctions, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. While the United States previously wanted the countries of India, including India, to completely prevent Iranian oil purchases when the full sanctions against Tehran came into force, it would seem that taking into account the devastation it seems that Iranian stocks the price was on the market.
Pompeo said that countries such as India, if they were granted exemption, would be asked to close their Iranian imports six months later. Negotiations are still under way, explaining why they do not show the names of countries that are expected to be exempt from the United States for the most recent and hottest sanctions on Iran.
"We are waiting for some temporary allotment to be issued to eight jurisdictions just because of their significant decline in oil prices and cooperation in many other areas, and important steps have been taken to shift crude oil imports to zero, these negotiations are still ongoing. Two of them import completely at a significantly reduced level, "said Pompeo. These economic sanctions are only part of the US government's total effort to change the behavior of the Iranian regime, he said.
"On November 5, the US re-negotiates the sanctions that have been lifted as part of Iran's nuclear, shipbuilding, shipping and banking sector nuclear sanctions, which are located in the core areas of the Iranian economy, and are urged to encourage changes in the regime from the regime "- He told. "In order to maximize the impact of the President's campaign on pressure, we have worked closely with other countries to reduce Iran's oil production as much as possible," said Pompeo.
The exaggerated list of excessive temporary exemptions for eight jurisdictions is far smaller than the twenty countries, including India, which were exempt from Iranian sanctions during the previous Obama administration. "We will release when the negotiations are completed, then eight, and made it clear that they are temporary," he said. "We have not only decided to grant much less exemptions, but we demanded much more concessions from these jurisdictions before they agreed to temporarily import Iranian oil imports. These concessions are key to ensuring that they maximize the pressure campaign and accelerate to zero" Pompeo said.
As a result of recent sanctions, he said the United States expects to cut more than one million barrels of oil from Iran even before sanctions enter into force. "Since the May of last year, this huge drop is three to five times larger than many analysts when President Trump announced his withdrawal from the deal in May," he said. "Today, Iran will have no oil revenues in comparison to the above, let me say it again: zero." 100 percent of Iran's revenue from the sale of oil will be executed on foreign accounts and Iran can only be used for goods and services that are not sanctioned in humanitarian or bilateral trade up, "he said.
Pompeo says recent US sanctions are aimed at the system rather than the people of Iran who have been severely affected by this regime. "That is why we have many humanitarian reliefs for our sanctions, including food, agriculture, medicine and medical devices," he said. India, the second biggest buyer of Iranian oil after China, has been willing to limit to 1.25 million tonnes or 15 million tonnes a year (300,000 barrels a day), buying 22,6 million tonnes (452,000 barrels per day) in 2017-18 fiscal years, sources New Delhi said.
The United States will also demand that the World Bank's financial communications network (SWIFT) will stop the global financial network from supporting Iranian banks as part of implementing the sanctions on the Tehran nuclear program and supposed terrorist support.
In May, President Donald Trump dragged the United States out of the 2015 Global Comprehensive Action Plan (JCPOA), which called it disastrous. During the Obama era, which included five permanent members of the UN Security Council and Germany, Iran agreed to exempt its nuclear program from economic sanctions. After the US withdrew from the deal, Trump signed new sanctions against Iran and warned the countries to cooperate with Tehran against its controversial nuclear weapons program. Iran has rejected these accusations and maintains that its nuclear program serves peaceful purposes.