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    9 important information about the Strait of Hormuz, which Iran threatened to close it

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    Iranian President Hassan Rowhani has threatened to close the Strait of Hormuz and prevent Gulf oil exports to the world.
    Rohani's remarks came as he commented on US sanctions against Tehran and US President Donald Trump's attempt to ban Iran's oil exports.
    Tehran had threatened several times previously to close the strait as Western pressure mounted on it with regard to its nuclear program.
    The United States maintains a military presence in the Gulf, in order to ensure the flow of oil supplies normally. 
    The Strait 
    is located in the south of the Gulf and separates it from the waters of the Gulf of Oman and the Arabian Sea.

    • It is bordered to the north by Iran and from the south by the Sultanate of Oman.

    • The Strait holds the name of the island of Hormuz, which is located at the entrance and was in the sixteenth century Kingdom under the rule of an Arab family of Oman, and succeeded the Portuguese occupation in 1515, and in 1632 was able to British and Persian forces expelled the Portuguese from this island at the entrance to the Gulf, that time.




    • There are also several other islands at the entrance of the strait: the Iranian islands of Qeshm, Larak, the Lesser Tunb, Greater Tunb and Abu Musa, which are disputed by Iran and the United Arab Emirates.




    • About 40 percent of world oil production passes through the Strait of Hormuz.




    • The width of the strait is 50 kilometers and the depth of the water is 60 meters.




    • The entry and exit corridors are 10.5 kilometers long and accommodate 20 to 30 tankers per day.




    • Saudi Arabia exports 88 percent of its oil production across the strait, Iraq 98 percent, the United Arab Emirates 99 percent, and all Iran, Kuwait and Qatar.




    • Japan is the largest oil importer across the Strait of Hormuz. 



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    Post by Rocky Fri 06 Jul 2018, 3:23 am

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    A spokesman for the US Central Command said the US Navy was ready to guarantee free shipping and trade traffic after Iran threatened to block oil shipments through the Strait of Hormuz if Washington banned Iranian oil sales. 

    "The United States and its partners are providing and strengthening security and stability in the region and are ready together to ensure freedom of navigation and trade where international law permits," Navy spokesman Bill Urben said in an e-mail message. 

    Iranian President Hassan Rowhani threatened, during his remarks on the sidelines of his visit to Switzerland, to block shipments of oil from neighboring countries if the countries respond to the request of the United States not to buy Iran's oil. 



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