Iranian VP calls US oil war policy "unsuccessful"
Iranian First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri said that despite Us aggressive policies, Iran's oil export surpassed from the budget balance.
Iran Press/ Iran news: "Despite Us aggressive policies, Iran's oil export surpassed from the budget balance. And despite Washington pressures, Iran still has its' oil customers," Spokesman for the Iranian Parliament's Presiding Board Behrouz Nemati quoted Iranian First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri on Wednesday.
"Iranian First Vice President in parliament non-public session said that there is no problem for solving people's challenges and also for providing essential goods," Spokesman for the Iranian Parliament's Presiding Board noted according to Iran Press news agency,
"Jahangiri also vowed that the essential needs of the country will be secured," Nemati added.
"Iran's non-oil exports in the first six months of this year surpassed from 26 billion $. Comparing Iran's non-oil exports by the previous year, we can see an appropriate improvement," Spokesman for the Iranian Parliament's Presiding Board Behrouz Nemati said.
In Jul. 30, Iranian First Vice-President Es’hagh Jahangiri said that these new economic conditions will not be permanent.
Saying that the country’s new economic conditions are transient rather than permanent, he added, “if we can manage this situation well and pass through this stage, the country’s economy will be re-stabilized and economic indicators will once again become positive.”
"Iranian First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri also asked the parliament to provides Iran's government needs," the Iranian Parliament's Presiding Board added.
"Jahangiri asserted that the needs of different groups for currency is secured, and there is no doubt about it," Nemati noted.
"The committees which are in charge of currency allocation distinguish the needs and it will be provided. The government is in charge of controlling currency market, and it has sufficient currency to do its' job. The control over the market will continue," the Iranian Parliament's Presiding Board said.
"Iran's Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade and also Ministry of Health and Medical Education agreed to fulfilled their needs by the sources of government and central bank. Also unessential needs have been considered as illegal in which Iranian government should forbid the related imports," Nemati noted.
In Jul. 17, First vice president, Eshagh Jahangiri, has stressed that all countries need Iran's crude oil, arguing that stopping Iran's oil exports altogether is impossible , and that Tehran can always find new ways of selling crude.
In further comments, Eshagh Jahangiri referred to America's long-standing hostility towards Iran and the Iranian nation, even before the Islamic revolution, for example the coup to overthrow the popular government of prime minister, Mohammad Mossadegh in 1953 . He , added: "To overcome this American-made dangerous situation, we need a new approach, a new way".
Trump announced US withdrawal from the JCPOA on 8 May, and vowed to reinstate US nuclear sanctions on Iran and impose “the highest level” of economic bans on the Islamic Republic.
Tehran has said it would make a decision on its future role in the nuclear agreement in the coming weeks following negotiations with the other signatories of the deal.
EU powers have scrambled to save the JCPOA and protect their businesses in Iran against US sanctions.
َAlso, the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) says Tehran is totally prepared to resume its' previous nuclear activities if the 2015 deal with the 5+1 Group of countries is not fully preserved.