افزایش صادرات نفت خام ایران

Iran  increase crude oil export

Russia’s National Anti-terrorism Committee says it has arrested a group of people preparing to carry out a terrorist attack in Moscow.
The counter-terrorism agency said that it detained suspects during raids carried out in various parts of the capital, Moscow, on Sunday.
The anti-terrorism body said that an improvised explosive device (IED) was discovered at one of the apartments and was defused.
“At the flat where the bandits were hiding, an improvised explosive device was found and defused,” TASS news agency quoted the committee as saying in a statement on Sunday.
The Russian security forces have not immediately released details about the identities of the suspects.
TASS cited sources as saying that the target of the terrorist attack was to be in the Moscow.
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Following the IAEA report, Iran said that the UN nuclear agency can now forever close the case concerning the Islamic Republic’s past and present nuclear activities.
Iranian Ambassador to the IAEA Reza Najafi said the Islamic Republic has lived up to its commitments “with goodwill,” stressing that “the agency is now in a position that it can close the dossier once and for all by issuing its final assessment”.
Najafi further said the resolution of the “past and present issues” regarding Iran’s nuclear program would pave the way for the implementation of JCPOA.
 Also on Thursday, Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi said JCPOA’s adoption day would very likely be next Monday, when both sides officially announce their approval of the agreement.
As soon as the JCPOA is adopted on Monday, the European Union will formally declare the removal of anti-Iran sanctions, said Salehi, adding that US President Barack Obama would also officially remove parts of the bans against the Islamic Republic and suspend some others.
Salehi, however, said the exact date for the agreement’s implementation will be set after the Islamic Republic takes certain steps regarding the Natanz and Fordo nuclear facilities as well as the Arak heavy water reactor, all in central Iran, as agreed under the JCPOA.

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Addressing the Sunday morning session of the parliament which was reviewing the JCPOA, he noted that the negotiations were conducted in accordance with certain principles.
He said despite what the Americans wanted to include in the document, Iran will go on with its enrichment activities, conduct research and have heavy water technology.
He also pointed out that Iran will one day become a provider of enriched uranium.
Iranian parliament ratified the general outline of a single-urgency bill on the JCPOA here on Sunday.
The Iranian lawmakers reviewed the single-urgency bill on the JCPOA in an open session on Sunday morning.
Review of the single-urgency bill on the JCPOA shows Tehran’s reciprocal and proportional measures towards implementation of the plan was on the Majlis’s agenda today.
A total of 253 lawmakers cast their votes. The bill was approved with 139 favorable votes, 100 against and 12 abstentions.
 
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Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Ali Tayyebnia said Iran can increase crude oil export by one million barrels per day once the sanctions are removed.
"After raising oil export by one million barrels, Iran's oil revenues will double," he said, adding despite of dependency on oil revenues, Iran has proved successful in managing the negative effects of the unprecedented sanctions, Shana reported.
He said the government had anticipated repercussions of declining oil prices last year and it success in the nuclear negotiations was due to its achievements in the economic field and coordination between politics with economics.
Earlier, deputy oil minister for planning and monitoring of hydrocarbon resources said Iran will win back its quota in the global oil markets by doubling the current output to two million barrels per day within six months after the sanctions are lifted.
"Iran's crude oil has its buyers. As soon as the sanctions are withdrawn, we will not wait and will do our utmost to boost export," said Mansour Moazami.


دسته بندی: مکالمه آزاد | تاريخ انتشار : 1395/02/08 09:22 | بازدید : 748

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