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No one but President Trump could do this, a deal with Iran, a deal with China. The great negotiator! President Trump is the best President we've ever had! President Trump God's David.

$150 Billion, everyone involved got a cut, kinda amplifies John Kerry actions...the European folks that strongly supported. Now Iran piss needing all those US Dollars back cause they broke and Trump w

I am wondering if this is an authentic article. Seems like Rouhani is conceding to the need for The United States Of America facilitation of international payments for international commerce especiall

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DJT's Hair looks in good form and razor sharp . . .that alone has gotta scare the poop right outta those guys. They won't know what hit 'em when he gets them to the bargaining table. 

Before they get to the " table " I'm sure they'll be coached  - " do not look at his hair, it will hypnotize you and bend you to his will "

 

The next phase of this ongoing saga should be most interesting . . . Go get 'em DJT ! ! ! :tiphat:

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TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran on Saturday signed a $ 440 million contract with local Petrobars to develop the Bilal gas field in the Gulf, state television reported, citing the country's gas sector despite US sanctions.

"This contract and other contracts to come show that we are working despite the sanctions. Sanctions have not stopped us, we are working," Iranian Oil Minister Begin Namdar Zanganeh said at the signing ceremony.


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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - US Treasury Assistant Marshall Billingsley said on Friday that his country would continue its "economic pressure policy on Iran and Lebanon's Hezbollah," warning that "buying Iranian oil is a financing for terrorism."

He told Al-Hadath, Saudi Arabia, that his country would impose "financial sanctions on any Iraqi entity, dealing with or supporting the Iranian Revolutionary Guards," pointing out that "Iraqis are victims of their geographic location adjacent to Iran, so Iraq must rely on itself to provide Energy needs. ”

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Hebrew newspaper: America was defeated by Iran

Political | 04:21 - 14/09/2019

 
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said Hebrew newspaper, on Saturday afternoon, the Iranian steadfastness in front of America means the success of the Iranian position.
The newspaper "Maariv" Hebrew dialogue with Tzipi Yehezkili, political analyst of the Hebrew channel "13", through which he explained that the Iranian position and the steadfastness of the Iranians in front of US sanctions is a success of the Iranian political leadership.
"Iran attacked oil tankers in the Gulf and shot down a US drone, which means an American defeat to Iran," the newspaper quoted Yehezkili as saying.
"The Iranian political leadership wants to meet with US President Donald Trump, but under conditions, represented in the lifting of sanctions, unlike Trump, who also wants these negotiations, albeit without preconditions."
The newspaper said, "The Iranians are happy to dismiss US National Security Adviser, John Bolton, as they consider it to open the way for a US-Iranian meeting, between Rouhani and Trump."
He said the political analyst of the Hebrew channel "13", "the meeting brings together Rouhani Trump, means the transformation of the axis of evil to the axis (love) or (good), as happened with the leadership of North Korea."

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Iran-Iraq gas and electricity payment mechanism yet to be finalised: official

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ERBIL, Kurdistan Region — Baghdad is yet to find a financial mechanism to settle its debts with US sanction-stricken Iran, secretary general of Iran-Iraq Joint Chamber of Commerce Sayyid Hamid Hosseini said on Saturday.

Iran, which provides up to 40 percent of Iraq's electricity needs, has struggled to recoup payments from Baghdad since the US government withdrew from the 2015 nuclear deal and re-imposed economic sanctions on Tehran, effectively cutting Iran off from the global financial system.

"The problem we face with Iraq now is we have not been able to reach a mechanism to receive the fees for gas and electricity," Hosseini said in an interview with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC)-affiliated Tasnim news outlet. 

On a daily basis, Iran currently exports 1200 to 1500 megawatts of electricity to Iraq, he added, and 37 to 38 million cubic meters of natural gas, used to feed several of Iraq’s power stations.

"Iraq needs 25,000 megawatts, but currently can only produce 15,000 to 16,000 megawatts," he claimed. "Iraqi people are facing severe shortages of electricity and power cuts."

Iran has exported electricity and natural gas to Iraq for more than a decade. It currently exports 3.5 to four billion dollars’ worth of electricity and natural gas a year to its western neighbour.

US sanctions have prevented Baghdad from repaying the roughly $2 billion it owes in unpaid debts to Iran. Under the terms of four consecutive sanction waivers Washington has granted Iraq, it is obliged to stop trading with Iran in dollars

Casting doubts on a possible easing of Iraq’s gas dependency on Iran, Hosseini added that he does not expect Iraqis to be able to capture and exploit its associated petroleum gas – a process for which Iraq is currently seeking investment and infrastructural assistance – for another three to four years.

Efforts to establish a payment mechanism have been long-running, with Iranian central bank governor Abdolnasser Hemmati meeting with his Iraqi counterpart in Baghdad to sign an agreement for Iraq to settle its dues back in February.

Failure to have finalized a payment route comes despite Hosseini telling Rudaw English in early July that the financial mechanism between Iran and Iraq designed to bypass US sanctions was fully "operational," and that Baghdad had already started depositing money owed to Iran into a special account at the privately-owned Trade Bank of Iraq (TBI). 

Iraq is a key source of export revenue for Iran, with $9 billion of Tehran’s $25 billion in non-petroleum exports heading to Baghdad, according to the Joint Chamber of Commerce

Despite pending payments, an increasing number of land border crossings are opening up between the two countries to facilitate trade.

Current trade volume between Iraq and Iran stands at $13 billion, according to Hassan Danaeifar, secretary of the Committee to Develop Iranian Economic Ties with Iraq. 

 

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Washington ‘unequivocally’ expects Baghdad to implement Iran sanctions: Treasury official

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ERBIL, Kurdistan Region — Washington is continuing to make “crystal clear” its expectation that the Iraqi government honor, implement and adhere to economic sanctions on Tehran, a US Treasury Department official said on Friday.

“I have a good relationship with my Iraqi counterparts, with the finance minister, with the Central Bank governor, they understand everything the United States does to assist the function of their economy,” Marshall Billingslea, Assistant Secretary for Terrorist Financing at the US Treasury Department, said at an Atlantic Council meeting focusing on Iran and terrorist financing on Friday.

“We will continue to insist that when we implement designation on those who facilitate QF [Quds Force] or IRGC [Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps] or Hezbollah or other terrorist proxy finances…it is not a negotiation, we expect unequivocally that those sanctions are honored and implemented.”

Bodies and institutions of all sizes are expected to adhere to sanction implementation, Billingslea said, with failure to do resulting in penalization.

 “We will not hesitate to act, even against a large financial institution with a politically connected member of the Iraqi parliament,” Billingslea said.

Four prominent Iraqis - two Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF, Hashd al-Shaabi in Arabic) leaders and two former provincial governors - were sanctioned by the US Treasury for alleged corruption and human rights abuses in July. 

The sanctions were quickly followed by a Central Bank of Iraq order for all governmental financial departments and state-owned banks to “halt or freeze” the accounts of sanction-hit Iraqis.

After Washington re-imposed crippling sanctions on Iran in November 2018, the US has prodded its regional allies to halt all trade activity with Tehran.

US Treasury officials have frequented both Baghdad and Erbil in recent months to pressure Iraq into cutting their ties with Iran as part of its policy of maximum pressure.
 
“[The US] Treasury is actively targeting Iran’s key industries, to drive a realization by Iran’s Supreme Leader that economic collapse is inevitable if Iran does not stop its sponsorship of terror, its proliferation activities, and return to negotiating table,” Billingslea said.

Washington’s main target, he specified, is Iran’s petrochemical industry, the primary source of the country’s revenue. The US has accused Iran of attempting to circumvent sanctions through illicit oil sales to provide revenue for its proxies elsewhere in the Middle East.

“In recent days you have seen us focus on a joint Iranian-Hizbollah oil-for-terror shipping network…this network alone has illicitly sold more than half a billion dollars of Iranian crude just this year,   predominantly again to the brutal Assad regime in Syria.” Billingslea told the Atlantic Council audience.

Iraq has relied on imported Iranian electricity and gas for over a decade to meet rising demand against an ailing energy infrastructure. Iran currently provides as much as 40 percent of Iraq’s electricity.

This reliance has angered the US, though it has nonetheless granted Iraq several temporary waivers to allow it to keep purchasing Iranian power until October.

The US insists Iraq must wean itself off Iranian energy, which Baghdad has said won’t be a viable option for some years.

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Russia, Iran to coordinate messaging systems for banks: Official

Sat Sep 14, 2019 05:05PM

 

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A senior Russian official has said that his country and Iran are devising joint schemes that could protect financial transactions between the two from sanctions imposed by third parties.

Presidential aide Yury Ushakov told reporters on Friday that among those measures would be to launch more coordination between Iran's SEPAM, the main messaging system used by banks in the country, and its Russian equivalent, to facilitate settlement of payments.

Ushakov said the interaction would allow banks in the two countries to circumvent sanctions imposed by other countries, a clear reference to the United States.

“To protect bilateral trade and economic ties from the sanctions of third states: we are taking measures to expand direct settlements,” said the Russian official, adding that Moscow and Tehran would seek to use local currencies to settle payments in the new system.

The Belgium-based SWIFT announced in November that it would cut the access of individual banks based in Iran from the worldwide messaging system. The move, announced to be in line with the organization’s policy of preserving its global stability, was a clear attempt to comply with sanctions imposed by the United States on Tehran.

The sanctions came months after Washington withdrew from a major international agreement involving Iran’s nuclear program.

Russia, itself a target of American sanctions over the past years over a crisis in Ukraine, has repeatedly criticized Washington for its unilateral decisions on Iran.

In a bid to offset the impacts of the sanctions on its financial system, Iran has sought to establish bilateral mechanisms with major trade partners in Europe and in other countries like Iraq and India, allowing exporters and importers to use local currencies to settle payments.

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Iran and China enter into contracts worth 400 billion dollars

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Iran and China enter into contracts worth 400 billion dollars

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran and China have signed contracts worth 400 billion dollars under which projects will be awarded to Chinese companies without the need to participate in tenders, a member of the Tehran Chamber of Commerce and Industry said on Tuesday.

The Chinese companies talked about the conclusion of these contracts under which the projects will take place without tenders have submitted documents in this regard, which is a great event.

"Iran will offer 20 to 30 percent discounts when selling oil to China," she said. Finished 2

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Rouhani: We started our banking relationship using the national currency in countries like Iraq

Political | 02:47 - 18/09/2019

 
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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani expressed his satisfaction over his country's banking relations with some countries that are taking place without going through the SWIFT global system, through which remittances are settled between the countries of the world. .
Rouhani's remarks came at a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, two days after the implementation of an Iranian-Russian agreement to complete banking transactions away from Swift, but through a system of messages between the two central banks.
"We are very happy that our banking relations with some countries are taking place today without the Swift system," he said. "The West thought that a ban on Swift would destroy banking relations."
According to the Iranian president: "Noon today an alternative system to the Swift system, and we can establish our banking relations with Russia and Eurasian countries and other countries in the region, through an alternative financial system."
He added: "We have started our banking relationship, using the national currency in both Turkey and Russia, and in countries such as Iraq, and this can help us overcome many problems."

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday that the global dollar confrontation has begun in earnest.

Rouhani expressed his satisfaction over Iran's banking relations with Russia, which takes place without going through the "Swift" system, pointing out that other countries in the region will join them in the future.

Rouhani added that "the Westerners had previously imagined that banking relations were confined to Swift, and they imagined that if they were banned, relations and facilities at the banking level would collapse."

He continued: “We started to establish banking relations with Russia and Turkey in national currencies and also began working with other countries such as Iraq , which contributes to overcome many obstacles, and in fact, a serious battle against the US dollar has already begun globally, even if this process continues America's dominance of the global monetary and financial markets and the banking system will weaken or disappear altogether. ”

SWIFT provides a secure network of interbank connections around the world, through a system of remittances in various currencies, through which the vast majority of remittances pass between banks and central banks.

Rouhani's comments came two days after the implementation of an Iranian-Russian agreement to complete banking transactions away from "Swift", and through a system of messages between the two central banks.

In November, SWIFT, a financial services company specializing in remittances around the world, said it had barred Iranian banks from accessing its services as US sanctions on Tehran came into effect. Finished 25 h

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The State Department rejects Iraq's accession to any international force protecting the Gulf's waterways

 

BAGHDAD, Sept 19 (KUNA) - Iraq is joining any international force to protect the Gulf waterways and refuses to participate in it, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmed Al-Sahaf said on Thursday.

Sahaf said in a press statement followed by obelisk, "Iraq will not join any international force to protect the waterways in the Gulf, in addition to his refusal to participate" Zionist entity "in this process."

The statement added that "Iraq believes that protecting the Gulf is the responsibility of the countries bordering on it."

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Foreign: Iraq will not join the Alliance to protect the Gulf waterways

Foreign: Iraq will not join the Alliance to protect the Gulf waterways
 

Iraq will not join any force protecting the Gulf's waterways, the Iraqi Foreign Ministry said on Thursday.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmed al-Sahaf, according to the Iraqi News Agency (conscious), that Iraq also rejects the participation of the Zionist entity in this force.

Sahaf continued: "Gulf security is the responsibility of the countries bordering on it."

Saudi Arabia announced earlier its accession to the International Alliance for the Protection and Protection of Maritime Navigation and to ensure the safety of sea lanes, an official source at the Saudi Ministry of Defense said.

The UAE has decided to join the International Alliance for the Safety and Protection of Maritime Navigation and ensure the safety of sea lanes, the WAM news agency reported on Thursday.

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US President Donald Trump's administration plans to form an international alliance and use 55 ships to patrol marine waters near Iran in November, Kyodo newspaper reported in Washington on Thursday.

 The agency said, citing informed sources, that the US plan may face difficulties, as only four countries have agreed to participate in the alliance to secure navigation in the Strait of Hormuz, Australia, Bahrain, Britain and Saudi Arabia.

The United States also asked Japan to participate in the alliance, but Japan refused because of its traditional friendly relations with Iran.

According to Kyodo, the plan was presented to representatives of 28 countries earlier this week, in Bahrain, aboard a British warship. France and Germany did not attend the meeting, and the absence came, according to the newspaper, in an effort to distance himself from Trump, who had previously withdrawn from the nuclear deal signed in 2015 with Iran.

 In another context, Russian President Vladimir Putin told the Eastern Economic Forum that Russia is interested in resolving the situation in the Strait of Hormuz.

 "Without any doubt, Russia is interested in the situation, solving it and not further tense, and that all actions taken by all participants in this process led to the calming of these cases and to resolve these problems, including on the Iranian nuclear program, based on the international documents adopted," Putin said. Previously, and confirmed by the relevant United Nations resolutions'.

 According to him, a few years ago, Russia took the initiative to establish an international mechanism with the participation of almost all interested countries in the region, and those interested in the normal functioning of these methods with the participation of Russia, Asian countries and the United States.

 
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New US sanctions and accusations accelerate the overthrow of Iran's economy

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US sanctions that the United States intends to impose on Iran will make the economy of Iran in a new phase of decline against the backdrop of more than caused by Tehran 's oil industry, and other linked up uranium enrichment.

On Wednesday, US President Donald Trump said new sanctions on Iran would be announced within the next 48 hours, and Trump told a news conference that the United Nations would have an important role in investigating Saudi Aramco attacks. 
He said the United States had several options to respond to Iran in connection with the Aramco attack, and that sanctions would be tough on Iran.
US Energy Secretary Rick Perry said on Monday he believed the oil market's response to an attack on two oil facilities in Saudi Arabia earlier this week would be positive.
"Despite Iran's malicious efforts , we are very confident in the strength of the market and that its response will be positive," Perry said in a speech to the annual general conference of IAEA member states . 
The British newspaper "The Times" warned of Iran's plan and its allies to sabotage the Saudi oil trade, endangering world trade, and called for containing Tehran's aggressive behavior to prevent it from escalating tensions in the region. 
When the world's largest oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia is hit by drones, everyone is affected, the newspaper said in an editorial entitled "Attacks on Saudi Oil: Iran's Adventure."
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considered that the attack, whether launched by the coup Houthis in Yemen or Daamohm in Iran, not just a skirmish in the context of a dispute long standing between the two competing forces in the Middle East.
In an attempt to manage its financial crisis caused by US sanctions, Iran's supreme leader Ali Khamenei has agreed to withdraw nearly $ 300 million from a sovereign fund based on oil sales revenues, despite earlier warnings that his bankruptcy risk would increase rapidly.
It is not the first time that Khamenei has approved a request to withdraw from the savings of the National Development Fund, according to the student news agency ISNA.
As part of Tehran's attempts to bypass US sanctions, an economic analysis predicted that Tehran's attempt to find a banking alternative in cooperation with Russia for the SWIFT financial correspondence network would allow it to continue its financial transactions, which were stopped by the US sanctions imposed on it since the end of last year.
Two days ago, the official IRNA news agency quoted Yuri Ushakov, assistant to Russian President for International Affairs, that Moscow is seeking to cooperate with Tehran in order to find an alternative to the Swift system, so as to expand the direct interaction in financial payments between the Russian banking system and his Iranian counterpart known as "Sibam". According to him. Iran, Russia and Turkey
are supposed to give up the dollar, but national currencies will be the alternative.

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Washington imposes sanctions on Iran's central bank

Economy | 05:40 - 20/09/2019

 
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US President Donald Trump announced on Friday, imposing sanctions on Iran 's central bank.
Trump said last Wednesday that a new package of sanctions on Iran would be announced, describing the new sanctions against Iran as "influential", adding that his view of this country has not changed.
The US president said that there is no war with Iran as "there are many options for action."
He continued: "Our decision not to strike Iran before is proof of our strength," and stressed that the United States is now "in a very strong position."

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Trump imposes sanctions on National Bank of Iran

20 September 2019 06:01 PM
Direct: US President Donald Trump said he ordered a high - level sanctions on the Iranian National Bank after the attack on Saudi Aramco last weekend in.

The US president blamed Tehran for the attack on two Aramco oil refineries on Saturday that temporarily halted about 50 percent of the company's production capacity.

In comments to reporters at the White House on Friday, Bush did not elaborate on the sanctions.

Trump said earlier this week that he had ordered US Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin to significantly increase sanctions on Iran.

Iran has denied involvement in the Aramco incident, despite Saudi assurances that Iranian weapons were being used in the attack, as well as accusations by US officials of Tehran.

 
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2019-09-23 | 08:49
Iran is taking the initiative to establish a coalition to secure the Gulf with the participation of Iraq and three countries
 
 
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The Iranian government has launched an initiative to form an international coalition to ensure security in the Gulf region, comprising Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Bahrain, UAE, Qatar, Oman and Kuwait under the auspices of the United Nations.

"This alliance should in principle include Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait and possibly Yemen," Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said during a working breakfast with reporters at UN headquarters in New York before the start of the UN General Assembly. .
 
 

"We are not against Yemen joining the coalition, but it is not clear what is happening there. These countries are supposed to work under the auspices of the United Nations," Zarif said.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced on Sunday that he will take the initiative of establishing an alliance to ensure the security of the Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz on the basis of cooperation between the countries of the region.

The unveiling of the initiative comes as the United States is working on its own plan to form a military alliance that is supposed to include more than 50 countries, including Israel, to ensure the security of navigation in the Gulf waters against the backdrop of increasing incidents related to oil tankers in the region in addition to escalating tensions. Between Tehran on the one hand and Washington and its allies, especially Riyadh, on the other, especially after the attack on two vital installations of the oil company "Aramco" on September 14.
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Iran is taking the initiative to create a coalition to secure the Gulf with the participation of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Iraq and Qatar

Political | 04:03 - 23/09/2019

 
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Iranian government made the initiative to form an international coalition to ensure security in the Gulf region, comprising Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Bahrain, UAE, Qatar, Oman and Kuwait under the auspices of the United Nations.
Iran offers initiative to create Gulf alliance with Saudi, UAE, Iraq and Qatar: Ready to review Iran's plan to secure Gulf region
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Monday during a working breakfast with journalists at UN headquarters in New York before the start of the assembly. "This alliance should in principle include Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait and perhaps Yemen," he said.
"We are not against Yemen joining the coalition, but it is not clear what is happening there. These countries are supposed to work under the auspices of the United Nations," Zarif said.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced on Sunday that he will take the initiative of establishing an alliance to ensure the security of the Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz on the basis of cooperation between the countries of the region.
The unveiling of the initiative comes as the United States is working on its own plan to form a military alliance that is supposed to include more than 50 countries, including Israel, to ensure the security of navigation in the Gulf waters against the backdrop of increasing incidents related to oil tankers in the region in addition to escalating tensions. Between Tehran on the one hand and Washington and its allies, especially Riyadh, on the other, especially after the attack on two vital installations of the oil company "Aramco" on September 14.

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