“Iran and the P5+1 group (United States, Britain, France, China, Russia and Germany), reached the nuclear agreement, dubbed the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. Under the JCPOA, Iran agreed to put some restrictions on its nuclear energy program in exchange for relief from economic sanctions that had been imposed on the Islamic Republic.”
|And yet on other hand, Coface has signed an agreement with Iran on January 2016, to guarantee trade finance on behalf of the French government.So here is the first contradiction.||Coface provides an unusual insurance services and tools in order to attract foreign entities into a corrupted, and unstable economy that is being controlled mostly by the designated IRGC and its affiliates.|
Does these days anyone cares about our future? Or, is it only profit?
Coface, a French state insurer, is dragging its customers into an adventure in a jurisdiction that is being defined by the international regulators as a jurisdiction of primary concern.
Coface collaborate with regime ran by one man’s opinion- they’re playing with a country that is a ‘one man show’. The show broadcasts one regime and his ruler.
On Coface’s official webpage you can find unorthodox services they provide, named “single risk” (including political and terrorism risk- as in Iran). Here they advise you to start working with them, because they provide- cover for your contracts and investments abroad. It’s how they are making it possible for companies and other entities to do business with Iranian companies, and by that contribute in the growth of the Islamic republic of Iran, as nuclear power.
The only “single risk” you are making is that you’ll collaborate with the world’s worst business partner (in the mildest form).
To the insurance companies doing similar activities as Coface:
Are you aware of the Iranian lifestyle?
Let’s give you an example
…to be precise: If your representative visit Iran, and if regime authorities wish, he could end as many Iranians.
Is this what Coface call a “Single Risk”? Are you’re going to replace lives? Is this your “guarantee”? Do you provide insurance on this “potential loss”?
We are against Coface’s irresponsible mediation in Iranian nuclear program, because it will increase international trading with the regime and other designated terrorist entities. This is bad not only for their clients’ businesses and these companies money, but for human lives and the world’s future too. Conducting business with Iran means major threat to the world peace and stability, as we can see Coface doesn’t care about that.
Coface puts investors and their businesses at risk, by encouraging them (publicly) to collaborate with Iran, and make them lose money. Are these companies founders aware of how Iran’s everyday looks like, or does Coface, as your business partner, tells you this?
Is there a Coface director who is willing to go and live in Iran permanently?
Trading with the Iran’s regime is unstable and uncertain. Coface can’t give warranty because Iran is not guided by democratic law- it’s guided by what regime wishes.
Your collaboration with Iran, means that you support terrorism spreading in the world, and that you’re a direct threat to the world peace and stability.
Are companies entering into a deal with Iran (supporting terrorism) with common sense? If you are entering into this illogical deal, you should see Iranian everyday life, from real perspective. A glance of their respect for human rights!
Coface offers different insurance tools and solutions to reduce foreign investor’s risk and potential loss, if collaborating with Iran. If it’s OK to do business with Iran- why companies use Coface’s services, why would they need insurance?
There is no legitimate business in Iran!