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Javad Jahangirzadeh:

New sanctions help Iran cut dependence on oil

Service : Politic
Tehran, Jan 31, (ICANA) – Member of the parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Javad Jahangirzadeh underlined the positive outcomes of the European Union's ban on Iranian oil supplies, and said the embargo will help Iranian economy end its dependence on oil revenues.
Tuesday, January 31, 2012 2:53:06 PM
New sanctions help Iran cut dependence on oil

"Sanctions have always gifted achievements to Iran and the new sanctions imposed by the westerners can help (Iran) go past the oil-dependent economy," said on Monday.

The lawmaker said that Iran can bear the pressures of economic sanctions through the measures taken by the government and the parliament and through people's support.

The remarks by Jahangirzadeh came after members of the Iranian parliament finalized a draft bill on cutting the country's oil exports to the European states in retaliation for the EU's oil ban against Tehran.

"The bill has 4 articles, including one which states that the Islamic Republic of Iran will cut all oil exports to the European states until they end their oil sanctions against the country," Vice-Chairman of the parliament's Energy Commission Nasser Soudani told FNA on Saturday.

Elaborating on the other parts of the draft bill, he said another article requires the government to stop imports of goods from those countries which are a party to these sanctions against Iran.

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