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Extending Iraq's exemption to import electricity from Iran for 120 days

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Extending Iraq's exemption to import electricity from Iran for 120 days Empty Extending Iraq's exemption to import electricity from Iran for 120 days

Post by rocky Sat 04 Dec 2021, 5:33 am

Extending Iraq's exemption to import electricity from Iran for 120 days

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{Political: Al Furat News} The administration of US President Joe Biden decided to extend the deadline for exempting Iraq from the process of purchasing electricity from Iran, according to a non-public notification obtained by the "Washington Free Beacon" newspaper, which was submitted to Congress.
According to the newspaper, the exemption gives Iraq another 120 days to buy electricity from Iran without facing sanctions, at a time when nuclear talks between the United States and Tehran have resumed.
The Donald Trump administration set the time frame for the waiver in an effort to end these sales, but the Biden administration renewed it for a maximum of 120 days.
The newspaper quoted the US State Department, as saying, that it had tried "to deliver the classified portion on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 23 and 24, but due to the closure of the offices of Congress in connection with the Thanksgiving holiday, it was unable to determine the appropriate recipients." Because of this delay, Congress did not receive the information until Monday.
In the notification, the State Department claims that Iranian electricity sales to Iraq remain "in the national security interests of the United States."
 According to the exemption, Iraq's failure to reduce its dependence on Iranian electricity "necessitated the United States to waive sanctions to allow these sales," the newspaper claimed.
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