Iranian News- UN embargo on Iran will be lifted

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Iranian News- Iran is an Islamic republic, located on the shores of the Persian Gulf in southwestern Asia.

Iran is one of the most mountainous countries in the world;

Damavand is the highest mountain in Asia after the Himalayas.

The Iranian Revolution of 1979 overthrew the monarchy through a popular uprising and established an Islamic republic in Iran.

The UN arms embargo on Iran is expected to be lifted in October 2020. Let’s take a look at the recent Iranian news

Trump has done the greatest damage to the Iranian people: President Rouhani

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has called the US government the biggest violator of international law.

He said, the current US president has the greatest enmity with the Iranian people.

Trump has done the most damage to the Iranian people.

Could Iran face renewed international sanctions?

President Rouhani said that Donald Trump not only violated the rights of the Iranian nation by withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal and imposing strict sanctions on Tehran, but also violated an agreement signed by the United States with several countries.

According to Iran’s nuclear deal signed with six nations in 2015, the UN arms embargo on Iran is expected to be lifted in October 2020.

But the US government submitted a resolution to the UN Security Council last Friday to prevent the ban from being lifted…Which the member countries of that council reject.

As a result, the United States suffered a major defeat against Iran. Now, next October, the UN arms embargo on Iran is definitely being lifted.

Iran is going to take legal action against South Korea

The Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran is preparing to take legal action to recover money stashed in South Korea.

Tehran is going to take this step as Seoul is not willing to pay Iran’s dues under the pressure of illegal US sanctions.

Iran’s semi-official Ilna news agency quoted a source as saying that Iran’s central bank had already begun formal legal action against two South Korean banks.

Iran pressures South Korea to pay out

Iran’s 8.5 billion dollars is stuck in those two Korean banks.

The two Korean banks are not paying their dues to Iran, bowing to US pressure.

Ilna says Iran is taking this step against South Korea as a last resort.

However, it will take a few more months for the central bank’s legal action to take effect.

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