US-Iran sanctions: What do they mean? – BBC News
Trump is always made it clear he absolutely hates the Iran nuclear deal with the fact is this was a horrible one-sided deal that should have never ever been made and when he pulled out 3 months ago he said it wrong with suffer we will instituting the highest level of economic sanction any nation that help Saran in his quest for nuclear weapons could also be strongly sanctioned by the United States Rommel no longer be able to buy American dollars it won’t be able to trade in Gold aluminum and steel Russo on the list as if the country’s currency the real in 3 months time they’ll be more sanctions on Iran’s oil industry shipping and insurance and the central bank are very frustrated and angry their protest morphing around the country this has been ongoing since December and January and the government has very limited tools to really protect itself from the domestic Melody of course I can always crack down and this is going to be tough. For them groups in Lebanon and its involvement in the war in Syria and Yemen the new Kia deals other partners the Europeans Russia and China A desperate to keep the deal alive they still think it’s the best way to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons what can I do is very little that the Europeans can do to save the jcpoa so the governments are standing together until the dirty but what they are not able to do is compel International companies to maintain their presents and visibility in Iran so many European and international companies are withdrawing from Iran to protect themselves from us sanctions will ultimately come back to the negotiating table and I have a feeling they’ll be talking to his pretty soon but so far all we’ve had is a lot of peaches rhetoric on both side if Donald Trump is trying to change it raining in Behavior it’s not happening yetThe US is implementing economic sanctions on Iran after pulling out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
But what are these sanctions, and what impact will they have have?
Paul Adams, the BBC’s diplomatic correspondent, reports
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