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A year after the US unlawful abrogation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action [the formal name of the nuclear deal Iran signed with six world powers], Europe cannot muster the political will to defy US' economic terrorism, not even by setting up a single banking channel for humanitarian aid. (Twitter)

2. Governor of the Central Bank of Iran Abdolnasser Hemmati: With a change in Iran’s commercial structure, US sanctions are about to unravel. (ILNA)

3. President Hassan Rouhani: Ties between Iran and Iraq are so strong now that no country can disrupt them. (IRNA)

4. Minister of Industries, Mining and Trade Reza Rahmani: The daily production of Iran’s two main automakers [Iran Khordo and SAIPA] has exceeded 4,000. (IRNA)

5. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan: Islamabad is working on the restoration of Quetta-Taftan-Zahedan railroad track. (IRNA)

6. Mohammad Omid, an official with the Presidential Office for rural and deprived areas’ development: The government has allocated 180 trillion rials [$1.3 billion] for rural development and job creation. (IRNA)

7. Jamshid Ansari, the head of Administrative and State Recruitment Organization: The government employs 45,000 new personnel every year. (IRNA)

8. Director General of Agriculture Ministry's Processing and Downstream Industries Bureau Changiz Esfandiyari: Every year, about 4 million tons are added to the capacity of Iran's agricultural processing industry. (IRNA)

9. Deputy Minister of Industries, Mining and Trade Mohsen Salehinia: Out of 33,000 manufacturing enterprises in Iran, 76% are operating. (IRNA)

10. Secretary of the Biosafety Society of Iran’s Consulting Council Samira Kahak: There's no evidence that genetically-modified products harm human health or environment. (IRNA)

News No: 4208
Date: 2019/04/06 - 22:31
News Source: Financial Tribune

Economic  Mohammed Javad Zarif  Europe  US  nuclear deal 

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