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Insulin shortage is threatening millions of lives in Iran, with the twin factors of sanctions and cross-border smuggling exacerbating the crisis
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New US financial sanctions have worsened shortages of insulin in Iran, leaving millions of diabetes sufferers without the drug (AFP)
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Published date: 2 November 2020 10:04 UTC | Last update: 1 hour 20 mins ago
 

A new tranche of sanctions imposed by the US on Iran has exacerbated the insulin shortage crisis in the Islamic Republic and boosted its smuggling, patients and doctors told Middle East Eye.

On 8 October, the US Treasury announced that it was blacklisting 18 major Iranian banks, effectively cutting Tehran off from the international financial system.

The move defied European allies who warned it would limit Tehran's ability to purchase humanitarian imports amid a worsening currency crisis and the coronavirus pandemic.

 

European nations have opposed a blanket sanctioning of Iran's financial sector because it exposes European banks that do business with the blacklisted banks and other companies to punitive measures by Washington.

Meanwhile, human rights advocates have warned about the devastating consequences of the latest sanctions on the daily lives of Iranians, including blocking their access to essential drugs and food.

Insulin supply has been particularly affected by the latest sanctions.  

"It has been a year since insulin pens have disappeared from all pharmacies,” Niloofar Zolfaghari, a journalist who has been desperately looking for insulin pens for her ailing father, told Middle East Eye.

“But in the past few weeks, things have worsened as we can’t even find anything in the black market to buy,” she added.

'There is no insulin'

A campaign titled "There is no insulin" has been trending in recent weeks on Iranian social media, with members of the public calling on authorities to intervene to resolve the crisis.

Diabetes is a growing illness in Iran, with 11 percent of the population over 25 years suffering from it, according to Ali-Reza Mahdavi, the official in charge of controlling diabetes in Iran's health ministry. 

 

According to Farza Peirouyan, the secretary of the National Academy of Health Economics, there are 4.5 million diabetic patients in Iran, 600,000 of whom need a daily Insulin shot.  

On 26 September, before the insulin crisis reached its peak, 120 endocrinologists penned a letter to Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani urging him to address the problem of the drug’s shortage in the market. 

As the crisis deepened, many took part in the social media campaign, where they called on officials to resolve the problem to avert the loss of thousands of lives. 

“I must decide soon to eat and lose my sight or a body part. Or I [decide] not to eat so that my blood sugar does not rise and I [get] to live without insulin," tweeted Mahshid Saeedi, one Iranian user on Twitter. 

The hashtags related to the campaign have been used mainly by non-political users, according to one social networks researcher

Exploitation by black market

Zolfaghari, who has struggled to secure insulin pens for her diabetic father, said that black market dealers are taking advantage of the crisis. 

One seller of contraband medicines offered to sell her expired insulin for triple the usual price. 

 

"I told the guy wouldn’t these go bad? He replied, let it be, you cannot find any of these anymore. And for sure we did not buy it.”

She added that she eventually found a pharmacy that sold her three insulin pens, thanks to one of her father's connections.

"There are only a few pharmacies that still have insulin pens, and they just sell it to the people they know.”

Banking hurdles

Dr Arash Anissian, the chairman of Ibn Sina hospital in Tehran and an importer of medicine and medical equipment, said the sanctions have added greater obstacles to his work. 

He explained that the government offers underpriced foreign exchange currency to the importers of the medicine, and the Central Bank is tasked with providing importers with the amount of foreign exchange they need to purchase the goods.

“The problem is that in the new phase of sanctions, our banks cannot work directly with foreign banks, intermediary banks also have a lot of restrictions, and the central bank cannot provide foreign exchange due to reduced oil sales,” he told MEE.
 

 

“Therefore, the medicine is either not sent [to Iran], or fails to obtain the customs clearance in case the importer settles debt with the central bank,” he added. 

According to Anissian, ”sometimes [our money] enters a foreign bank through the accounts of Iranian banks or some intermediary accounts, but the foreign bank does not recognise its origin and either blocks it or returns the money - hence the disruption in the import of medicine and equipment.”

Ali Shariati, a businessman and member of Iran’s Chamber of Commerce, said that new sanctions are deterring foreign companies from dealing with Iranians. 

“Our personal experience is that when sanctions are increased, some [foreign] companies aren’t willing to deal with Iranians as they don’t want to face possible punitive consequences,” he told MEE.

Iranian businesswoman Negin Shayegan who serves as a member of the Medical Equipment Specialists Association and the Chamber of Commerce said in response to a question by MEE on Twitter that owing to the new round of sanctions, the money she had paid to a foreign company was blocked, so it could not be withdrawn. 

In a separate tweet, she also said that Halk Bank of Turkey could only transfer money for medicine and food until the end of September due to the new round of sanctions

 

Smuggling

Besides US sanctions, smuggling is said to be exacerbating the insulin crisis in Iran.

According to Mahmoud Najafi Arab, a member of the Chamber of Commerce, the government’s decision to offer foreign currency exchange at a price below the market’s is encouraging some people to smuggle medicine out of the country. 

To do this, insulin is imported using the underpriced foreign exchange currency, but is later smuggled out of the country as the importer is able to sell it at a much higher price abroad. 

 

However, the chairman of the Diabetes Association in Iran told local media that the problem with insulin has existed since last year, adding that he, along with 300 NGOs, wrote a letter to the UN a year ago, warning it about the effects of sanctions on patients. 

Simultaneously, US-based Iranian anti-government activists insist that corruption and smuggling, rather than the Trump administration’s sanctions, are the major factors leading to the scarcity of insulin in Iran. 

“Iraq seized the 'largest cargo of trafficked pharmaceutical products from Iran' in Diyala. International media tells us Iran faces a shortage of pharma products due to sanctions. If it is true why [does] Tehran send large cargos of the much-needed drugs to Iraq?” Saeed Ghasseminejad, a senior member of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, said on

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Mike Pompeo, who is likely to spend his last days as US Secretary of State, announced more sanctions against Iran are implemented this week.

Iran PressAmerica: "The United States will continue to advance its maximum pressure policy and imposes new sanctions against Tehran this week," Pompeo said in a statement posted on the State Department's website.

After the results of the US presidential election were such that Donald Trump will probably not be in the White House for another 4 years, news sources announced that his administration intends to impose sanctions and measures against Iran every week before the end of his term.

Last week, the US Treasury Department imposed new sanctions on several individuals and entities linked to Iran.

After withdrawing from JCPOA, the US President promised to persuade Iran to come to the negotiations to reach a "better agreement", in his opinion, by pursuing a policy of "maximum pressure campaign" against Iran.

More than two years after that promise, the US government has failed to achieve this goal, which is why Trump has been criticized by various groups in the United States.

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On 11/16/2020 at 7:57 AM, yota691 said:
Monday, 16 November 2020 03:32
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Mike Pompeo, who is likely to spend his last days as US Secretary of State, announced more sanctions against Iran are implemented this week.

Iran PressAmerica: "The United States will continue to advance its maximum pressure policy and imposes new sanctions against Tehran this week," Pompeo said in a statement posted on the State Department's website.

After the results of the US presidential election were such that Donald Trump will probably not be in the White House for another 4 years, news sources announced that his administration intends to impose sanctions and measures against Iran every week before the end of his term.

Last week, the US Treasury Department imposed new sanctions on several individuals and entities linked to Iran.

After withdrawing from JCPOA, the US President promised to persuade Iran to come to the negotiations to reach a "better agreement", in his opinion, by pursuing a policy of "maximum pressure campaign" against Iran.

More than two years after that promise, the US government has failed to achieve this goal, which is why Trump has been criticized by various groups in the United States.

It's not over yet. Trump will win in the courts! Then Iran won't get to surrender and ask to negotiate with Sleep Joe.   

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NATIONAL SECURITY

Congress Considers First-Ever Sanctions on Top Iranian Terror Group

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Adam Kredo - DECEMBER 3, 2020 1:40 PM

New legislation in Congress would sanction one of Iran's top terror proxy groups operating in Iraq and responsible for deadly attacks that targeted American personnel stationed in Baghdad, according to a copy of the bill exclusively obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.

Rep. Joe Wilson (R., S.C.), a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, is spearheading the new sanctions, which would designate for the first time the Iran-funded Badr Organization, a militant group operating in Iraq and tied to Tehran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps. The Badr group was commanded by former Iranian terror leader Qassem Soleimani, who President Donald Trump assassinated with a drone strike in January.

The Badr Organization is responsible for lethal strikes on American embassy officials stationed in Baghdad, including an attack last year that prompted the Trump administration to target Soleimani. The Badr group remains part of Iraq's government and security services, generating concerns that U.S. taxpayer aid to Iraq could be funding the terror organization.

The legislation is likely to garner widespread support from Republicans and Democratic hawks who continue to view Iran's activity in Iraq as a direct threat to America and its diplomacy in the region. The sanctions could complicate the landscape for the incoming Biden administration, which is angling to renew discussions with Iran about its nuclear program. Iranian leaders have said they will not sit down with the incoming administration until American sanctions are rolled back and Tehran is granted cash relief for its ailing economy.

"Badr works directly with Lebanese Hezbollah, Iraqi Kataib Hezbollah, [Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq], and many other designated terrorist organizations to push forward its campaign of terror," Wilson told the Free Beacon in a statement. "Unfortunately, Badr has still not been designated as a Foreign Terrorist Organization. It is absolutely necessary if we are to truly have maximum pressure on Iran that Badr is designated as a terrorist organization."

Wilson is hoping the State Department will designate the Badr Organization before the one-year anniversary of its December 2019 attack on the U.S. embassy in Baghdad.

In July, Wilson forwarded an amendment to prohibit U.S. taxpayer aid from reaching the Badr group. It continues, however, to play a role in the Iraqi government as part of the country's Popular Mobilization Forces, an umbrella group comprising some 40 militias in the country that work with the government on security matters. These ongoing concerns prompted Wilson's new legislation.

The legislation mandates the U.S. government disclose whether U.S. assistance has "directly or indirectly benefited the Badr Organization." The amendment would also require reports on the Badr group's operations in Iraq, including its role in the attack on the U.S. embassy.

The reports would include an investigation into the Iranian terror group's role in human rights violations in Iraq, which could prompt sanctions under the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act.

The Badr group is currently led by Hadi Al-Amiri, a veteran Iraqi militant who keeps close ties with the Iranian government. The State Department identified Al-Amiri as one of the organizers of the 2019 embassy attack.

https://freebeacon.com/national-security/congress-considers-first-ever-sanctions-on-top-iranian-terror-group/

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Today, Tuesday, the US Treasury Department announced the imposition of sanctions on Iran's steel sector.

The ministry stated that OFAC has identified a Chinese supplier of graphite electrodes, a key ingredient in steel production, in addition to twelve Iranian producers of steel and metals, and three sales agents of a major Iranian mineral and mining holding company.
 

"The Iranian mineral sector is an important source of income for the Iranian regime, as it generates wealth for its corrupt leaders and funds a range of nefarious activities, including the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and support for foreign terrorist groups at home and abroad," she said.
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The Iraqi government responds to America's punishment against Al-Fayadh
  
{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The Iraqi government responded to the US Treasury Department's punishment against the head of the Popular Mobilization Authority, Faleh Al-Fayyad.

The National Security Adviser, Qassem Al-Araji, said in a tweet on Twitter: "We call on the US Treasury to correct its mistake by deciding to impose sanctions on an Iraqi government figure, it is not correct to be on the sanctions lists."
On Friday, the US Treasury Department imposed sanctions on the head of the Popular Mobilization Authority, Faleh Al-Fayyad, and said that he was "linked to serious human rights violations," she said.
The US Treasury Secretary said, "We will continue to hold accountable those who prevent Iraqis from peaceful protest, achieving justice and eradicating corruption," indicating that "politicians like Fayyad are waging a violent campaign against democracy in Iraq," as he put it.
It is noteworthy that the Popular Mobilization Authority is an official Iraqi institution linked to the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces in Iraq.
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AFTER HIS CALL FOR THE REMOVAL OF FOREIGN FORCES ... THE US TREASURY IMPOSES SANCTIONS ON FAYYAD

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The US Treasury Department announced the imposition of sanctions against the head of the Popular Mobilization Authority, Faleh al-Fayyad, claiming that he was “in connection with serious human rights violations. 

The US Treasury said in a statement that "elements allied with Iran from the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) attacked Iraqi civilians who were demonstrating against corruption, unemployment, economic stagnation, poor public services and Iranian interference in the internal affairs of Iraq, while Al-Fayadh was part of a crisis cell consisting mainly of leaders of the Hashd factions. Al-Shaabi, which was formed in late 2019 to suppress Iraqi protests, with the support of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard - Quds Force.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said according to the statement, "By directing and overseeing the killing of peaceful Iraqi protesters, militants and politicians allied with Iran such as Faleh al-Fayyad are waging a violent campaign against Iraqi democracy and civil society, the United States will continue to hold accountable human rights violators in Iraq who aim to deny The Iraqi people are from peaceful protest and the pursuit of justice and eradication of corruption in their country. "

On Friday, Al-Fayyad said, "The withdrawal of US forces from the country gives Iraq the truth of its independence from the control of the occupiers."

He added, "The assassination of the leaders of victory must be answered by removing the occupier," referring to the assassination of the commander of the Quds Force in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Qassem Soleimani, with the deputy head of the Hashd, Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis, by a drone last year in the vicinity of Baghdad Airport.

Al-Fayyad was classified under Executive Order 13818 as a foreign person who was a leader or official in a government entity, who participated in serious human rights violations or participated in them by members of his entity.

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Yesterday, Friday, the US Treasury Department imposed sanctions on the head of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Authority, Faleh al-Fayyad, indicating that politicians allied with Iran are waging a violent campaign against democracy in Iraq.

 
 
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The treasury statement said that al-Fayyad was part of a crisis cell consisting of the

leaders of the Popular Mobilization Forces , which were formed in late 2019 to suppress Iraqi protests with the support of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, according to the text of the statement.

Will the Iraqi government reject this decision?

On this subject, Dr. Ali Al-Tamimi, guest of the "Where is the Truth" program on the radio "Sputnik", a specialist in international law, says:

"The United States imposes sanctions on people under the Magnitsky Act, as a result of human rights violations. These sanctions are for the United States, not international, under which punished people are prevented from entering its territories, in addition to freezing their assets abroad."

Al-Tamimi added, "This step is considered interference in the internal affairs of states, and it contradicts Articles 1, 2 and 3 of the United Nations Charter. The states are sovereign and they control their own citizens, but Washington uses this paper to pressure Iran."

Al-Tamimi added, "Iraq should protest against these decisions, as they affect the sovereignty and unity of the country. Iraq is concerned with investigation and decision-making, in addition to the Iraqi-American agreement obligating Washington to respect the sovereignty of Iraq."

Details in the attached audio file

Prepared and presented by: Diaa Hassoun

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Hizbullah condemned the imposition of US sanctions on the head of the Popular Mobilization Authority in Iraq, Faleh al-Fayyad, stressing that the sanctions are added to the series of incessant crimes against Iraq and its people.

And the Hezbollah statement stated: After the United States of America assassinated the deputy head of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Authority, the martyr Abu Mahdi Al-Muhandis, in a crime described, it is not at all surprising that the US Treasury Department imposed sanctions on the head of the commission, Mr. Faleh Al-Fayyad, which are sanctions that are added to a series Excessive crimes against Iraq and its people.

He added: The frivolous allegations used by the US Treasury to justify the sanctions arouse ridicule and mockery after the scandal of killing and wounding dozens of American demonstrators days ago in front of the US Senate building.

The statement continued: As we condemn and denounce this American move against Mr. Faleh Al-Fayyad and what he represents, we consider it a badge of honor on his chest to be added to his long history of jihadism in the face of terrorism and the takfiris. Iraq, in addition to the role of the Popular Mobilization Forces itself in confronting ISIS and its terrorist project, thus dropping all the justifications and excuses used by the US administration to keep the occupation forces perched on the chest of Iraq, which is rejected by the majority of the Iraqi people, the Mujahid, the Saber and the Sharif.

Source: Al-Ahed website

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Iraq condemns the US Treasury’s decision regarding the head of the crowd commission

 
 
 
 
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Yesterday, Saturday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed its surprise at the decision issued by the US Treasury against the head of the Popular Mobilization Authority, Faleh Al-Fayyad. "We confirm that the decision is an unacceptable surprise," he said, noting that "the ministry will follow up with the current and new administration in Washington all decisions issued by the US Treasury Department against Iraqi names and work to address the consequences of that." National Security Adviser Qassem Al-Araji called on the US Treasury to correct its mistake by deciding to impose sanctions on an Iraqi government figure. Al-Araji confirmed, in a tweet on “Twitter,” that “imposing sanctions on the head of the Popular Mobilization Authority is incorrect and Fayyad is not supposed to be on the sanctions lists. 
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The Iranian Foreign Ministry condemned Washington's imposition of sanctions on Faleh Al-Fayyad, head of the Popular Mobilization Authority in Iraq, noting that "this decision is doomed to failure, and aims to achieve sinister American intentions."

 
 
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While the Iraqi National Security Adviser, Qassem Al-Araji, stressed, during talks with the US ambassador to Baghdad, Matthew Toller, the need for the US Treasury to correct its mistake against a government figure, it is not correct for it to be on the sanctions lists.    

Does Washington intend to include the popular crowd on the list of terrorism?
On this subject, the guest of the "Where is the Truth" program on Sputnik radio, the military and strategic expert, Dr. Ahmed Al-Sharifi says: "Iraq is now under Chapter VI of the United Nations Charter, which imposes an international trusteeship on Iraq, and the United States is internationally charged with following up The progress of the political process in Iraq, and there is a vision that this process is not moving in the right direction.

Al-Sharifi continued by saying, "The equation will change very dramatically if the Security Council adopts the issue of supervising the Iraqi elections, and the issue of including Fayyad in the sanctions list is an embarrassment to the Al-Kazemi government, which is either to comply with the international will and remove Fayyad from power, or to remain silent about that and then." It will face the international will. "

Al-Sharifi added, "The international will is going towards placing the Hashd on the list of terrorism. Then the Iraqi government will be obligated to dissolve the crowd, because change inside Iraq will be an act of international will."

Details in the attached audio file

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Shafaq News / On Wednesday, the US President Trump's administration classified the former Secretary-General of the Iraqi Hezbollah Brigades and the Chief of Staff of the Popular Mobilization Forces, Abdulaziz al-Muhammadawi, nicknamed Abu Fadak, as a "global terrorist."

The US State Department accused Muhammadawi, “working with the Iranian Revolutionary Guard - Quds Force to reconfigure the official Iraqi state security institutions away from their true goal of defending the Iraqi state and fighting ISIS, to support Iran's malign activities instead, including defending the Assad regime. in Syria".

The US State Department memo stated that "today's classification seeks to deprive Muhammadawi of the resources necessary for planning and carrying out terrorist attacks," according to CNN

The memo added that "all his property and interests in the United States, which later come within the United States, or later fall into the possession or control of American persons, were prohibited, and American persons were generally prevented from participating in any dealings with him."

Earlier in the day, the US Treasury Department imposed Iran-related sanctions on three individuals and 16 entities.

The US sanctions included two organizations controlled by Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.

"The two organizations enable the Iranian elite to continue the corrupt monarchy system for large sectors of the Iranian economy," said US Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin.

Iran's sanctions list also includes Abu Fadak al-Muhammadawi, or what is known as al-Khal, who is the Chief of Staff of the Popular Mobilization Forces, and the successor to Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis.

This comes after America placed the head of the Popular Mobilization Authority, Faleh al-Fayyad, on its sanctions list.

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Linked to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, "the Quds Force and Hezbollah"


The Central Bank asks banks and "money changers" for information on 37 entities and individuals and an oil tanker

 

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The Central Bank of Kuwait circulated to all local banks and exchange companies the names of 37 entities and individuals to provide it with any information available on them, in implementation of the United Nations resolutions related to combating terrorism and preventing the spread of weapons of mass destruction.

In its circular, the Central Bank stated that the Foreign Ministry's Committee for the Implementation of Security Council Resolutions issued under Chapter Seven of the United Nations Charter related to combating terrorism and preventing the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, received a letter from the United Nations TFTC regarding the inclusion of a number Individuals, entities, and ships linked to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard - the Quds Force and Hezbollah - are on the terrorist list, noting that the listing will be by consensus, by consensus of the member states.


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The United Nations stated in the book that the names belong to 19 individuals, 13 entities, and 5 oil tankers that have a relationship with the aforementioned authorities, indicating that the sources of funding for the Revolutionary Guards and Hezbollah are still among the priorities of the commission worldwide.

The committee requested that it provide it with all the names of individuals and entities that deal with the required names, and they are:

1 - Ismail Qaani

2 - Muhammad Hegazy

3 - Rustam Qasimi

4 - Morteza Qasimi

5 - Ali Kassir

6 - The sun of God is my lion

7 - Company «Africo 1 Off-Shore SAL»

8 - Muhammad Reza Ali Akbari

9 - KISH P&I Club

10 - Muhammad Qasir

11 - Muhammad Qasim Al-Bazzal

12 - Company «Hokoul SAL Offshore»

13 - The Talaqi Group

14 - Company «Alumix»

15 - The Tone of Life

16 - Company «Tawafuk»

17 - Mahmoud Ashtari

18 - The Company «Hamrahan Pishro»

19 - Ali Reza Tangsiri

20 - Abbas Ghulam Shahi

21 - Ghulam Zirahi

22

23 - Mansour Ravankar

24 - Ali Ozmal

25 - IRGC-Qods Force

26 - Bank «Ansar»

27 - Ansar Exchange

28 - Atlas Exchange

29 - Ayatollah Ibrahimi

30 - Ali Reza Atabaki

31 - Manabeeh Tharwa South Company

32 - Spectrum Mining Company

33 - Oil tanker «Jasmin» belonging to «Africo 1 Off-Shore SAL»

34 - The "Destiny" oil tanker of the company "HOKOUL"

35 - The "Happiness I" tanker in which "HOKOUL" showed interest

36 - The "Sinopa" tanker in which "HOKOUL" showed interest

37 - The "Delice" tanker, in which the company "HOKOUL" showed interest
 

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