US plan to end Iran oil exports 'a fantasy': Rouhani

US plan to end Iran oil exports 'a fantasy': Rouhani

Iran is OPEC's second-largest crude exporter with more than 2 million barrels a day and the global price of oil has always been a point of contention for U.S. President Donald Trump.

Instead, Trump is likely referring to a Fox News article, based on another article, based on another interview with a hardline Iranian politician, who first mentioned the unconfirmed figure.

Seeing an opportunity to drive a wedge even further, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is visiting Switzerland and Austria this week to press Europe to stay committed to the 2015 deal.

President Donald Trump has since pulled out of the carefully negotiated deal which he branded the 'worst deal ever'. "But the chance of a regime change is zero because Iranians do not want another revolution and are sceptical it would be for the better".

"Assuming that Iran could become the only oil producer unable to export its oil is a wrong assumption", he said.

"When Mr. Obama, during the negotiations over the [Iran deal] made a decision to do a favor to these men, he granted citizenship to 2,500 Iranians and some men and officials started a competition over whose children could be part of these 2,500 individuals", Zolnour said.

Rouhani, who's facing intense pressure from hardline conservatives at home who accuse him of being naïve for ever trusting the US, would be left with little incentive to remain in the deal and in compliance with its terms and conditions.

He is an outspoken critic of President Hassan Rouhani and the nuclear agreement, by which Iran curbed its nuclear programme in return for sanctions relief. The U.S. accuses Iran of violating the accord's spirit through destabilizing activities the Middle East.

Iran's foreign minister is set to hold meetings with top officials from the five other countries that remain in the nuclear deal - the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia and China - later this week.

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But while cries of "Death to the Dictator" resembled chants of "Death to the Shah" four decades ago in the bazaar, analysts and insiders ruled out any chance that Iran is once more on the brink of a seismic shift in its political landscape.

"Iranians don't understand why the US government allows the offspring of the regime officials to live in the USA, while the USA has introduced a travel ban for ordinary Iranian citizens, and many Americans are imprisoned in Iran", Ghasseminejad added.

A Senate report has charged last month that the Obama administration secretly, illegally, and unsuccessfully tried to give Iran access to the USA financial system to aid it in transferring $5.7 billion in assets out of an Omani bank to Iran. "That is why many Iranians on social media have been urging the USA government to deport the children of the regime officials".

On June 25, shop owners in the Grand Bazaar of Tehran closed their stores in a rare strike to protest against the depreciation of the Iranian currency.

The meeting will seek "solutions to preserve the Iran nuclear deal after the illegal USA action to withdraw", it said.

And with the Iran nuke deal going under, Iran is blaming the USA for its financial woes.

On Monday, he said Iran expects European nations to come up with a package to save the deal in the "coming days".

"The report comes after the Senate revealed in June the Obama White House secretly gave the Iranian regime access to the US financial system - a violation of sanctions", Townhall informed. He also didn't approve of Iran's ongoing relationship with Bashar al-Assad in Syria and terrorist groups like Hezbollah - although that was never prohibited under the original deal. "I think they did so because they were desperate to get a deal".

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