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Nuclear negotiations: Iran calls for free crude oil exports

Nuclear negotiations: Iran calls for free crude oil exports

Tehran. Iran wants to achieve unrestricted export of its crude in the international nuclear deal negotiations, which will continue on Monday. As Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabad Al-Lahjan said before the negotiations, Iran wants to be able to use the economic benefits from the agreement.

The goal of the 2015 nuclear deal was to constrain Iran’s nuclear program. Economic sanctions have been eased for this purpose. After the United States withdrew from the 2018 agreement and reimposed sanctions on Iran, Iran violated the agreement.

Punitive measures have also been directed against Iran’s oil sector, which is important to the domestic economy. International oil companies have stopped doing business with Iran.

The Iranian government wants to lift all economic sanctions

The government of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has called for the abandonment of all economic sanctions against Iran before curtailing Iran’s nuclear program.

All of the original parties to the 2015 nuclear agreement with the exception of the USA are directly involved in the negotiations in Vienna. These include Iran, Great Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China. The United States is indirectly involved.