(Independent) The United States is preparing on November 5 to re-impose a second package of sanctions on Iran, targeting vital sectors of the Iranian economy, as part of an American strategy aimed at paralyzing the ability of the regime in Tehran to continue activities of destabilization in the East Middle as the transfer of the agency Sky News Arabia.
US President Donald Trump announced in May that the United States would withdraw from the nuclear deal signed in 2015 between Tehran and world powers aimed at curbing Iran’s nuclear capabilities and decided to re-impose sanctions suspended under the deal.
After re-imposing a first package of sanctions on August 6, the second package, seen as the most painful of the Iranian economy, includes the following:
– Iranian port operators, shipping and shipbuilding sectors, including Iranian shipping lines, South Shipping Line and its subsidiaries.
– Oil-related transactions with national Iranian oil companies, Iran’s oil company for commercial exchange, and the Iranian National Tanker Company, including the purchase of oil and petroleum products or petrochemical products from Iran.
– Transactions by foreign financial institutions with the Central Bank of Iran and Iranian financial institutions renewed under Article 1245 of the National Defense Authorization Act of FY12, including sanctions on the provision of specialized financial services services to the Central Bank of Iran and the Iranian financial institutions set out in the Comprehensive Penal Code, Iran for the year 2010.
The United States announced the re-imposition of sanctions on Iran, which was lifted in accordance with the nuclear agreement in 2015.
The US Treasury confirmed that the global SWIFT network would be subject to sanctions if it dealt with banned Iranian financial institutions.
The Treasury also noted that 700 people and entities had been added to the list of sanctions against Iran.
While US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the exemptions on Iran’s eight-state sanctions were temporary and aimed at stabilizing oil prices.
For its part, Tehran claimed after the US statements that it has the ability to manage its economic affairs under US sanctions, according to her claim.
The alliance of “Asron” backed by the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr on Friday to reach an agreement between the political blocs to pass four of the remaining eight ministers who did not vote in the new formation of the current government headed by Adel Abdul Mahdi.
“All parties will vote in the next session on four ministers and the 2019 rebalancing of the government,” MP Alaa al-Rubaie said in a brief statement today.
The Council of Ministers recently approved the draft law of the federal budget of the Republic of Iraq for fiscal year 2019 and referred to the House of Representatives, based on the provisions of Articles (61 / item first and 80 / item II) of the Constitution.
MP Magda Tamimi said on Thursday the arrival of the budget in 2019 to the Presidency of the House of Representatives, but did not officially turn to the deputies for the formation of parliamentary committees, especially the Finance Committee, considering the analysis issued by some on the budget “hasty and not professional.”
It is noteworthy that the Iraqi parliament voted in late October last of the year 2018 on 14 ministers from the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi, the new, while delayed the vote on 8 ministers.
Parliament postponed the vote on the ministries of defense, interior, culture, education, justice, planning, higher education, and immigration due to disagreement over its candidates.
“Saron” announces an agreement between the blocks to pass four of the remaining eight ministers and re-budget
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