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Baghdad Today - Translator
Reuters revealed today, Saturday, a US decision to send a special envoy to the countries of the Middle East next week, especially Turkey, to review the dealings of those countries and confirm their commitment to the blockade on Iran and Russia.
Reuters said in a report translated by (Baghdad Today), that "the financial intelligence and terrorism adviser to the US presidency, Brian Nelson, will visit Middle Eastern countries, including Oman, the UAE and Turkey, between the twenty-ninth of this January and the third of next February, with the aim of ensuring that those countries implement the sanctions." US economy on both Iran and Russia.
A US Treasury spokesman confirmed to Reuters that "Washington intends to implement sanctions on Tehran and Moscow in a violent manner," noting that "to force the countries of the world to cut off their commercial dealings with the two countries outside what the United States desires, hinting at applying sanctions to countries that do not comply with the US sanctions." .
He explained, "Individuals and institutions that do not comply with the sanctions risk a real loss of access to the US market because of their dealings with entities that countries impose sanctions on them, and this includes the misinterpretation of the sanctions, ignorance or judgment about them," he said.
Reuters also indicated that "Washington imposed restrictions on Iraqi banks due to a violation of sanctions issued by the Iraqi authorities," pointing to "Washington's intentions to apply the same restrictions to the rest of the countries in the region that prove their dealings with Iran or Russia outside the American conditions