Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday that if Iran’s oil exports are cut to zero, the international waterways would not enjoy the safety it has now, Reuters cited local media.
In a rare interview with NBC News on Monday, Ali Shamkhani Iran’s top military advisor to the Supreme leader blamed US for regional conflicts and declared that Iran have several choices to deal with its opponents including proxy wars.
US State Department on Tuesday has warned Greek government against an Iranian oil tanker, which is sailing toward Greece after being released by Gibraltar, WSJ reported.
UK’s Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation has announced that it aims to impose more than 10 million pounds of fine on Standard Chartered Bank for breaching international sanctions against Tehran, Sky News reported.
A US federal court in New York ruled that Tehran can be held responsible for the actions committing by Yemen’s Houthis militias, who are backed financially, militarily and ideologically by Iranian regime, al-Arabiya reported on Sunday.
The Iranian supertanker Grace 1, which was accused of breaching international sanctions and detained by UK navy on June 4th, has been released by a court in Gibraltar despite US request to halt the decision on Thursday, Gibraltar Chronicle revealed in a tweet post.
The United States has halted a court’s decision on Thursday to release Iran’s Grace 1 supertanker detained in Gibraltar by UK navy on July for breaching international sanctions.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday urged allies to increase pressure on Iran before UN arm embargo on Tehran expires.
US Department of Justice announced on Friday that it has pleaded an Iranian national guilty of sending “sensitive technology” to Iran despite the sanctions.
The US Department of State and the Treasury on Wednesday delivered a complete report of Iranian individuals as well as organizations and banks, which are under US sanctions, the official website stated.