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    Araghchi: A return to reduction of nuclear obligations is subject to the receipt of $ 15 billion

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    Araghchi: A return to reduction of nuclear obligations is subject to the receipt of $ 15 billion Empty Araghchi: A return to reduction of nuclear obligations is subject to the receipt of $ 15 billion

    Post by Rocky Wed Sep 04, 2019 3:07 am

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    Economy | 08:58 - 04/09/2019

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    announced Abbas Araghchi, the Iranian Assistant Foreign Minister, to go back on the decision to reduce Tehran 's nuclear obligations under the agreement to receive credit $ 15 billion. 
    The Iranian official said that Tehran will not return to the commitment of the nuclear deal unless it got $ 15 billion of its sales of oil in 4 months ", though this does not happen, the reduction of the commitments process will continue. 
    Araqchi made the remarks from Slovenia , where he arrived on Tuesday from Paris. 
    He pointed out that Tehran's negotiations with Paris centered on meeting Iranian demands regarding oil sales and the mechanism of collecting revenues, stressing that Iran has repeatedly stated that its full implementation of the nuclear agreement is coupled with the possibility of selling oil and access to its full dues without restrictions, noting that the French initiative comes In this context.
    Araghchi pointed out that the proposed credit line is about $ 15 billion in a timetable of four months, that is, until the end of 2019, where upon reaching an agreement with Paris, Iran will get in the next four months, equivalent to 100 percent of its oil receivables, either through sale Oil or via credit line


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    Araghchi: A return to reduction of nuclear obligations is subject to the receipt of $ 15 billion Empty France proposes a $ 15 billion line of credit to Iran, if America agrees

    Post by Rocky Wed Sep 04, 2019 3:27 am

    France proposes a $ 15 billion line of credit to Iran, if America agrees

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    PARIS (Reuters) - France is proposing to provide credit lines of about $ 15 billion to Iran by the end of the year in return for Tehran's return to full compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal, Western and Iranian sources said on Thursday, but it was an offer that Washington would not oppose.
    French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said talks on a credit arrangement to guarantee Iran's oil revenues were continuing but US approval would be necessary.
    He told reporters that the idea was to "swap a line of credit to guarantee oil revenues in return for, first, a return to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (the Iranian nuclear agreement) ... and secondly the security of the Gulf and the start of negotiations on the security of the region and the (nuclear program) beyond 2025 .. All this Presumably, President Trump will issue exemptions. "
    European leaders have been pushing to calm a standoff between Tehran and Washington since US President Donald Trump pulled out of the deal that would ensure Iran's participation in the world trade system in return for curbing its nuclear program.
    The United States reimposed sanctions on Iran last year and tightened them hard this year. Iran has responded by violating some restrictions on nuclear material stipulated in the deal and has given a deadline this week before taking new steps.
    US approval of a credit line to Iran would contradict its stated policy of "maximum pressure" to get Tehran to curb its nuclear and missile programs and what Washington says is destabilizing behavior in the region.
    A State Department spokeswoman referred questions about the French proposal to the White House, which has yet to respond to a request for comment.
    French President Emmanuel Macron spent the summer trying to create conditions for the parties to return to the negotiating table. At the G7 meeting in France last month, Trump was open to the idea of ​​credit lines, but US officials have ruled out lifting sanctions as a condition for new talks.
    TEHRAN (Reuters) - An Iranian delegation in Paris on Monday included officials from the oil and finance sectors to work out details of credit lines that would give Iran breathing space from the effects of sanctions that have crippled its economy and limited its oil exports.
    "The question now is whether we will reach this $ 15 billion level, who will fund it, and third, at least we need tacit approval from the United States. We still don't know what the US position is," said a source familiar with the negotiations.
    "France has offered the $ 15 billion line of credit, but we are still discussing it," said a senior Iranian official familiar with the negotiations.
    "Despite the goodwill of the European Union, especially France, they must persuade the United States to cooperate with them," a second Iranian official said. "If not, Iran is very serious about reducing its nuclear obligations. Promises us any benefits. "
    A European diplomatic source confirmed the $ 15 billion. Le Drian did not confirm the figure, saying it was an Iranian figure.
    "The Iranians have a real desire for $ 15 billion, but the ball is in their court," said a French diplomatic source. Iran with further violations of the agreement will send the "wrong message."

    * Le Mer in Washington

    French Finance Minister Bruno Le Mer met with US Treasury Secretary Stephen Mnuchin in Washington on Tuesday, but a US Treasury statement on the meeting made no mention of Iran.
    Rouhani has said Iran will never hold bilateral talks with the United States, but added that if all US sanctions on Iran were lifted, Washington could join multilateral talks between Tehran and other signatories to the 2015 agreement.
    Trump has decided to withdraw from the nuclear deal, saying it is flawed because many of its items expire after 10 years and does not cover non-nuclear issues such as Iran's ballistic missile program and its support for militant groups across the Middle East.
    Behrouz Kamalundi, a spokesman for Iran's Atomic Energy Organization, said on Tuesday Tehran could resume production of enriched uranium at 20 percent purity within two days.
    Uranium enrichment of up to 20 percent is an important intermediate stage on the path to obtaining the 90 percent purity of fissile uranium needed to make an atomic bomb.


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