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    CNBC: New extension of 90 days Trump Excludes Iraq to buy Iranian gas and electricity

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    The United States extended the period of exemption for Iraq from its sanctions against Iran. 
    "The administration of President Donald Trump has extended the deadline to exempt Iraq from complying with US sanctions against Iran for another three months," a US State Department source told CNBC. 
    On November 4, 2018, the United States began imposing sanctions on Iran, which is rich in oil under tough economic conditions. 
    The United States has lifted sanctions on Iran after reaching an agreement on Iran's nuclear program in 2015. 
    US sanctions include various economic, financial and industrial sectors, especially the oil sector, which is the main source of income for hard currency needed by Iran. 
    Washington has said it seeks to make Iran's oil exports zero.
    The new US exemption comes a week after Iranian President Hassan Rowhani visited Iraq at the head of a high-level delegation with 22 agreements and a memorandum of understanding with Baghdad. 
    Rohani said after the visit that "no one can affect the relationship between Iran and Iraq," a reference to America. 
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    The United States announced that Iraq would continue to be exempted from US sanctions on Iran and continued to buy Iranian electricity for another 90 days.
    The US exemption aims to help Iraq cover the electricity deficit, which means that Baghdad will continue to be exempted from US sanctions on the Iranian energy sector in particular. 
    The first exemption granted by Washington to Iraq in December ended on Tuesday.
    The extension of the US exemption to Iraq comes despite the US campaign against Iran, which is accused by the administration of US President Donald Trump to be behind most of the problems in the Middle East.
    "We continue to discuss the sanctions on Iran with our partners in Iraq," the State Department said in a statement.
    This comes at a time when Washington continues to cooperate with Baghdad to end its dependence on natural gas supplies and electricity from Iran and achieve energy independence.
    Expanding the exploitation of Iraq's natural gas resources and diversifying its energy sources will boost the Iraqi economy as well as encourage a "united, prosperous Iraq free from Iranian influence," the State Department said.
    The US decision came a week after Iranian President Hassan Rowhani visited Iraq for the first time since taking office in 2013. 

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    The United States has extended a three-month exemption to Iraq in December and allows it to import from Iran reliable electricity, despite US sanctions on Tehran, a State Department official said.

    "As this new exemption aims to help Iraq mitigate the effects of its energy shortage, we continue to discuss with our partners in Iraq the sanctions on Iran," the official said.

    He added that expanding production capacity and diversifying the sources of imports "will enable Iraq to strengthen its economy and development" and encourages a "united, democratic, prosperous Iraq free from the harmful influence of Iran."

    Washington re-imposed sanctions on Iran's energy sector in November after it pulled out of a nuclear deal signed between the superpowers and Tehran.

    A power shortage that often leaves homes without electricity for up to 20 hours a day is a key factor behind weeks of major protests in Iraq during the summer.

    To overcome this shortfall, Iraq imports up to 28 million cubic meters of natural gas from Tehran to its factories and directly buys 1,300 megawatts of Iranian electricity.

    This dependence is uncomfortable for the United States, which sought to curtail Tehran's influence and re-impose sanctions on Iranian financial institutions, shipping lines, the energy sector and oil products.


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    The United States announced that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] continue to be exempted from US sanctions on Iran and continued to buy Iranian electricity for another 90 days. 
    The US exemption aims to help [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] cover the electricity deficit, which means that Baghdad will continue to be exempted from US sanctions on the Iranian energy sector in particular. 
    The first exemption granted by Washington to Iraq in December ended on Tuesday. 
    The extension of the US exemption to Iraq comes despite the US campaign against [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] which is accused by the administration of US President Donald Trump to be behind most of the problems in the Middle East. 
    "We continue to discuss the sanctions on Iran with our partners in Iraq," the State Department said in a statement.
    This comes at a time when Washington continues to cooperate with Baghdad to end its dependence on natural gas supplies and electricity from [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] achieve energy independence. 





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    The United States announced the continued exemption of Iraq from the US sanctions on Iran and continue to buy Iranian electricity for an additional 90 days. 

    The US exemption aims to help Iraq cover the electricity deficit, which means that Baghdad will continue to be exempted from US sanctions on the Iranian energy sector in particular. 

    The first exemption granted by Washington to Iraq in December ended on Tuesday.

    The extension of the US exemption to Iraq comes despite the US campaign against Iran, which is accused by the administration of US President Donald Trump to be behind most of the problems in the Middle East. "We continue to discuss the sanctions on Iran with our partners in Iraq," the State Department

    said in a statement. This comes at a time when Washington continues to cooperate with Baghdad to end its dependence on natural gas supplies and electricity from Iran and achieve energy independence. Expanding the exploitation of Iraq's natural gas resources and diversifying its energy sources will boost the Iraqi economy as well as encourage a "united, prosperous Iraq free from Iranian influence," the State Department said. The US decision came a week after Iranian President Hassan Rowhani visited Iraq for the first time since taking office in 2013.



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    The United States has made a new concession by allowing Iraq to continue to buy electricity from Iran despite sanctions imposed on Iran's energy sector, underscoring the failure of US sanctions to achieve its goals.
    "The US State Department has granted Iraq a three-month exemption to help prevent instability in Iraq as a result of the energy crisis, which relies on Iranian gas and electricity exports to prevent anti-government protests in some areas of the country," AFP reported in a translation report. .
    "While this waiver is aimed at helping Iraq reduce energy shortages, we continue to discuss our sanctions on Iran with our partners in Iraq," a State Department official said.
    For its part, the State Department said in a statement that "Washington continues to work with Iraq to end its dependence on Iranian gas and electricity and achieve the independence of the country in the field of energy." Ending / 25 z

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    Baghdad Mawazine News 
    The United States extended the period of exemption for Iraq from its sanctions against Iran. 
    "The administration of President Donald Trump has extended the deadline to exempt Iraq from complying with US sanctions against Iran for another three months," a US State Department source told CNBC. 
    On November 4, 2018, the United States began imposing sanctions on Iran, which is rich in oil under tough economic conditions. 
    The United States has lifted sanctions on Iran after reaching an agreement on Iran's nuclear program in 2015. 
    US sanctions include various economic, financial and industrial sectors, especially the oil sector, which is the main source of income for hard currency needed by Iran. 
    Washington has said it seeks to make Iran's oil exports zero.
    The new US exemption comes a week after Iranian President Hassan Rowhani visited Iraq at the head of a high-level delegation with 22 agreements and a memorandum of understanding with Baghdad. 
    Rohani said after the visit that "no one can affect the relationship between Iran and Iraq," a reference to America. 


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    United States extended a three-month exemption to Iraq in December, allowing it to import from Iran reliable electricity, despite US sanctions on Tehran. 
    "At a time when this new exemption is aimed at helping Iraq mitigate the effects of its energy shortages, we continue to discuss with our partners in Iraq the sanctions on Iran," a State Department official said. 
    "Expanding production capacity and diversifying the sources of imports will enable Iraq to strengthen its economy and development," he said. "It encourages a united, democratic, prosperous Iraq free of Iran's harmful influence." 
    Washington re-imposed sanctions on Iran's energy sector in November after it pulled out of a nuclear deal signed between the superpowers and Tehran.
    A power shortage that often leaves homes without electricity for up to 20 hours a day is a key factor behind weeks of major protests in Iraq during the summer. 
    To overcome this shortfall, Iraq imports up to 28 million cubic meters of natural gas from Tehran to its factories and directly buys 1,300 megawatts of Iranian electricity. 
    This dependence is uncomfortable for the United States, which sought to curtail Tehran's influence and re-impose sanctions on Iranian financial institutions, shipping lines, the energy sector and petroleum products.


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