Tehran (IP) - On the sidelines of the 25th International Oil Exhibition, the Iranian Petroleum Minister stated that Iran's oil exports have increased sharply recently and Iran would not limit its oil customers.

Iran PressIran News: Speaking to reporters, Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zangeneh told reporters that he was not worried about reviving Iranian oil markets and Iran would not limit its customers to one or two.

The Iranian oil minister stated that if the sanctions were lifted, Iran would return to the market stronger than before.

Also in response to the Iran Press question regarding US President Joe Biden’s policy and prediction of the global oil market, Zangeneh said that Iranian officials had sent their messages to them clearly and the next steps would depend on them.

Zangeneh at the opening ceremony of the 25th International oil expo also said that the former US President Donald Trump's policy to reduce Iran's oil exports to zero failed.

The 25th International Oil, Gas, Refining, and Petrochemical Exhibition opened on Friday at the Tehran Exhibition Center and will run until January 25, 2021.


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