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No barriers to Iranian vessels despite risk of US sanctions

Deputy Chairman of Iran’s Ports and Maritime Organization (IMO), Hadi Haghshenas, says that despite the unjust US sanctions, there have been no barriers to Iranian vessels sailing in international waters. Speaking to reporters on Tuesday, Hadi Haghshenas said “the anchoring of Iranian and foreign ships at Iranian ports are going …

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Chabahar port exempted from sanctions

The top U.S. diplomat has granted an exception to certain U.S. sanctions that will allow the India-led development of a port in Iran as part of a new transportation corridor designed to boost Afghanistan’s economy, a State Department spokesman said on Tuesday. The exception granted by Secretary of State Mike …

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India wants Chabahar port exempted from sanctions

The southern Iranian port of Chabahar underscores some of the dilemmas US policy makers face in implementing sanctions against Tehran, according to a report by Wall Street Journal. WSJ report reads that India wants Chabahar port activities exempted from sanctions. High-level Iranian, Indian and Afghan officials also have been shuttling among their …

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PIL terminates all calls to Iran

PIL has ceased acceptance of cargoes in and out of Iran. All call to Iran has also been terminated. This is in conjunction with President Donald J. Trump’s announcement on 8th May 2018 to cease the United States’ participation in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and to re-impose …

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