President Donald Trump administration ICBPS MORNING BRIEF Iran Propagandist Minister To Visit China Following U.S. Sanctions

ICBPS MORNING BRIEF: Iran Propagandist Minister To Visit China Following U.S. Sanctions

ICBPS Morning Brief– The ChiCom says Iran Propagandist Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif visits China from Friday to Saturday.

The visit has taken place a day after President Donald Trump administration blacklisted virtually all of Iran’s financial sector in the latest step aimed at the oil-rich country’s economy.

“In a brief announcement, China’s foreign ministry said only that Foreign Minister Javad Zarif was visiting at the invitation of his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi,” reported the Associated Press.

Beijing has been a staunch Tehran’s ally and remains a party to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal (JCPOA) from which the U.S. has withdrawn and reinstituting punishing sanctions on the regime in Iran.

On October 8, the United States sanctioned 18 major Iranian banks, further depriving the Islamic Republic of Iran of funds to carry out its support for terrorist activities and nuclear extortion that threatens the world, said the U.S. Department of State in a statement.

These sanctions will take effect following a 45-day wind-down period, according to the statement.

“Our sanctions are directed at the regime and its corrupt officials that have used the wealth of the Iranian people to fuel a radical, revolutionary cause that has brought untold suffering across the Middle East and beyond. The United States continues to stand with the Iranian people, the longest-suffering victims of the regime’s predations.”

“The U.S. sanctions on Iran are directed at the regime and its corrupt officials that have used the wealth of the Iranian people to fuel a radical, revolutionary cause that has brought untold suffering across the Middle East and beyond. The United States continues to stand with the Iranian people, the longest-suffering victims of the regime’s predations.”

However, Iran Propagandist Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has repeatedly accused the White House of targeting Iran’s ability to pay for basic necessities during the COVID19 pandemic.

Iran’s officials have [continuously] emphasized 80 percent of Iran’s problems caused by mismanagement and corruptionnot sanctions.

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