Tehran (IP)- Iran's oil revenues have seen a significant increase of approximately $15 billion annually during the 13th administration led by Ayatollah Raisi, compared to the final years of the previous administration.

Iran Press/Iran news: Davood Manzour, Head of the Planning and Budget Organization (PBO), highlighted these developments in a televised program on Saturday. He noted that not only did Iran witness a rise in oil revenues under the Raisi administration, but the country also experienced substantial economic growth.

This growth was reflected in consecutive annual rates of 5.5%, 5%, and approximately 6% during the past three Iranian calendar years of 1400, 1401, and 1402, which concluded on March 20, 2024.

Mansour emphasized the administration's efforts to avoid transferring the government's deficit to the banking system in the initial three years, leading to a disciplined approach to monetary policies. This shift towards a disciplined budget laid the foundation for implementing disciplined monetary policies, with a focus on securing financial needs through reliable and stable sources.

The tragic loss of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash on May 19, while returning from an event in East Azerbaijan province, marked a somber moment for the nation. The accident also claimed the lives of other prominent figures, including the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian.  219