Iranian Foreign Ministry: We do not take the US sanctions seriously

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
April 22, 2019 17:57
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The Iranian Foreign Ministry responded to the decision of US President Donald Trump to increase sanctions on the Islamic Republic by saying “we do not take them [the sanctions] seriously,” Maariv reported on Monday.

The Ministry went on to say it would continue dialog with many foreign energy companies, including EU-based ones.

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