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Ohio Republican Rep. Mike Turner says, the sanctions and the impact on the Iranian economy.
President Trump has promised new sanctions against Iran on Monday, on top of what is already discussed a crippling “maximum pressure campaign,” and Rep. Mike Turner, R-Ohio, could be how the economy is bad, it is for the Islamic nation’s.
Turner said that the forthcoming sanctions at the heart “of Iran’s economic system, with the existing sanctions are already expected to meet” a severe impact.
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“The economy in Iran, which is reeling from the sanctions, which were earlier as part of the maximum-pressure campaign,” Turner host told Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Morning Futures. “The International monetary Fund shows that the Iranian economy this year is expected to contract by six percent.”
For the new sanctions that Trump is expected to roll out on Monday, Turner said, you could probably on Iranian oil exports, something that “goes directly to the heart is really the engine of the Iranian economy.”
Turner then addressed whether the United States, the support of the European countries still buying oil from Iran. would Turner pointed out that the current oil sales were only due to exceptions, the close said the sanctions, Secretary of state Mike Pompeo, so that the existing sanctions even harder.
“The United States is to give the possibility of sanctions are really all-pervasive, and that is why you said such a big impact on Iran, the current economy,” Turner. “The Europeans have not really have the ability to bypass that. You have already announced, as it has an impact on your ability to work with Iran to do business.”
Turner said that Iran, more sanctions from the European countries still threaten even if you follow to increase by a vow of its uranium enrichment in violation of the Iran Nuclear agreement. While the US secured from the business the European countries that have joined it are still involved.
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Turner hopes that the sanctions can ultimately Iran back to the negotiating table, the United States of a new agreement.
“That’s a goal, of course, bring them to the table, so we can renegotiate the nuclear deal, one that is sustainable and ensures that Iran never makes a nuclear,” he said.
The Iranian response to the sanctions so far against an escalation of threatening behavior. An attack on two oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz, for Iran of responsibility, denied Iran was followed by the Downing of an unmanned US drone in international air space in the same region.
Trump has so far proved reluctant and resisting urges to strike back. Vice President Pence said on Sunday that while the United States are currently maintaining their diplomatic approach, “all options remain on the table.”