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Iran: The Information about the Termination of Oil Supplies to the EU is False2012-02-15 18:51
Fabruary 15, Iranian Oil Ministry denied reports by some media outlets on termination of oil supplies by Iranian to six European countries.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to Interfax.ru, today, Fabruary 15, Iranian Oil Ministry denied reports by some media outlets on termination of oil supplies by Iranian to six European countries.
Earlier today, ITAR TASS reported that Iran has suspended oil exports to six countries of the EU in response to the new European package of economic sanctions against the IRI. It was reported that Iran has terminated oil supply to France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Portugal and the Netherlands.
Recall, in early February, Iranian Oil Minister Rostam Ghasemi stated that Tehran would definitely terminate the oil exports to several European countries against the backdrop of new economic constraints imposed by the EU.
January 23, the EU imposed the oil embargo against Iran by prohibiting the conclusion of "new contracts for the supply of oil" with this country. Implementation of existing contracts should be terminated prior to July 1. The EU was importing about 20 percent of Iranian oil, which is mostly sent to the southern countries of the community - Italy, Spain and Greece.
Meanwhile, according to Rosbalt.ru, in late January, it was reported that Iran would soon reply to the letter of the EU to resume talks with the "Six" (the five permanent members of UN Security Council and Germany) on its nuclear program.
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi also expressed hope that the next round of talks "will be successful, since both sides were interested in finding a solution to the Iranian nuclear issue".