The Iranian authorities announced that their institutions export oil derivatives to several countries in Asia, Africa, and Europe, including Arab and Gulf countries.
“The government of South Korea should not sacrifice the Iranian nation’s trust in that country’s products and technology (gained) in recent decades as well as its long-term interests in the Iranian market for the US regime’s demands and pressures,” Mahmoud Vaezi said in a tweet on Tuesday.
Republicans in Congress are poised to introduce a sanctions bill against Iran on Wednesday that will target its leaders, regional proxies and end economic waivers currently allowed in places such as Iraq.
Nelson Mandela said, “The true character of a society is revealed in how it treats its children.” The true character of the fascist dictatorship that rules Iran has certainly been revealed during the coronavirus pandemic.
The head of Iran’s central bank, Abdolnaser Hemmati, provided written answers to questions from Bloomberg about the Islamic Republic’s ongoing dispute with South Korea over billions of dollars in oil revenue that is trapped in banks there and Tehran wants to tackle the coronavirus.
US Senator Ted Cruz called for a criminal investigation of Twitter on Friday over allegations the company is violating US sanctions against Iran by not banning officials from the site.
Iran’s mullahs are relentlessly glorifying the former commander of Quds Force, Qasem Soleimani, who was killed in an American air raid in January 2020 as his motorcade got out of Baghdad International Airport.
Iran has been increasing dependence on its cyber militias in launching attacks against what it deems as enemy states.
Iran continues to be plagued by allegations of internal corruption, mismanagement and even U.S. sanctions violations as government officials scramble to contain the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic.
The U.S. is calling for an extension of the U.N. arms embargo on Iran, which is due to expire later this year.
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is one of the biggest challenges the world has faced in decades, with some comparing its impact to that of the Second World War. As the number of confirmed cases exceeds 1.5 million and the news of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson being treated in intensive care baffles the world, this pandemic will nevertheless not be the end of globalization