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President Trump instructed to reinforce sanctions on Iran | NHK News

2019-09-18T20:38:28.271Z

US President Trump has revealed that he has urged the sanctions on Iran to be significantly strengthened. Oil-related facilities in Saudi Arabia…



President Trump instructed to reinforce sanctions on Iran September 19 5:31

US President Trump has revealed that he has urged the sanctions on Iran to be significantly strengthened. It is considered to be one of the countermeasures against the attack on Saudi oil related facilities, and Iran's rebound is expected.

US President Trump posted on Twitter on the 18th that he instructed the Treasury Secretary to significantly strengthen sanctions on Iran.

Later, President Trump told reporters in his visited state of California that the content of the sanctions was “scheduled to be announced within 48 hours”, but the reason for the sanctions was not revealed.

The United States, however, claims that Iran is involved in a case in which Saudi oil-related facilities were attacked, and the new sanctions appear to be one of the countermeasures that have been affected.

In this connection, President Trump told reporters about the possibility of a military attack on Iran, saying, “If you have to do it, do it without hesitation,” but at the same time, “I think the ultimate option of war is “No,” he thought carefully.

If the US embarked on countermeasures such as drastic strengthening of sanctions on Iran, Iran's denial of involvement in attacks is expected, and further tensions between the two countries are also a concern.

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Iran ’s Foreign Minister Zareef told Twitter that “the United States is escalating an economic war on the Iranian people and deliberately targeted the general public.” This is an economic injustice and inhumane, ”he accused.

Source: nhk

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