Report: US agreement with European firms impacting Iran Air

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 17, 2010 12:08

International sanctions on Iran are making an impact on the country as the Islamic Republic's national carrier, Iran Air, has been unable to refuel its aircraft in most of Europe, reported The Washington Post on Sunday.

Under a recent agreement reached in Washington on September 30, four of Europe's largest oil firms - Total of France, Statoil of Norway, Eni of Italy, and Royal Dutch Shell of Britain and the Netherlands - promised to stop investing in Iran and to steer clear of any new activities in the country's energy sector.


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