Iran-No More Oil Export to Stop helping to destabilize the Region

| 27.04,19. 06:13 AM |



Iran-No More Oil Export to Stop helping to destabilize the Region


There are three tightly related Steps for the US new policy toward Iran’s malicious manners to stop.


First: Subsequent to the US designation of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps-IRGC as a Foreign Terrorist Organization Effective on Monday, April 15, ending sanction waivers for the Mullahs’ Oil imports demonstrating the United States commitment to disrupting Iran’s terror network and changing the regime’s malign behavior. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on the same day that The White House was ending exemptions from sanctions for countries that import Iranian oil.


Three countries — Italy, Greece, and Taiwan — have already stopped buying Iranian oil. But when the waivers expire on May 2, 2019, the United States could sanction the remaining five countries — China, India, Japan, South Korea, and Turkey, according to the Washington Post on May 22.


The following is the White House statement:


“President Trump has decided not to reissue Significant Reduction Exceptions (SREs) when they expire in early May. This decision is intended to bring Iran’s oil exports to zero, denying the regime its principal source of revenue. The United States, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, three of the world’s greatest energy producers, along with our friends and allies, are committed to ensuring that global oil markets remain adequately supplied. We have agreed to take timely action to assure that global demand is met as all Iranian oil is removed from the market.


“The Trump Administration and our allies are determined to sustain and expand the maximum economic pressure campaign against Iran to end the regime’s destabilizing activity threatening the United States, our partners, and allies, and security in the Middle East. The President’s decision to eliminate all SREs follows the designation of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps as a Foreign Terrorist Organization, demonstrating the United States commitment to disrupting Iran’s terror network and changing the regime’s malign behavior. We welcome the support of our friends and allies for this effort.”


Second: The Trump administration is offering rewards of up to $10 million each for information that disrupts the finances of Lebanon's militant Hezbollah, Iran’s proxy organization in the Middle East.


Third: Considering the last important key as far as an internal necessary element to the desires of the Iranian People’s wishes is concerned, the opposition to the Mullahs for a democratic change and for a better and peaceful future. Currently, “Resistance Units,” a network associated directly to the Iranian opposition group People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) are very active to support the flooded residents in 27 Provinces. In the meantime, the Resistance Units organize the youth’s efforts to provide various kinds of aids in local residents everywhere in the nation.


These resistance units are especially placing the IRGC in their crosshairs.


Members of a Resistance Unit cited Iranian opposition, President Maryam Rajavi saying, “National solidarity is the only method of overcoming this destructive flood.”


Members of Resistance Units in Tehran put up a sign also citing Mrs. Rajavi, President of the Iranian opposition coalition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), calling for Iranians consider helping residents of flood-hit areas a national duty.


In Tehran, resistance unit members took to graffiti and wrote, “Hail to Maryam Rajavi – Death to Khamenei,” in reference to the mullahs’ Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei.


In Ahvaz, the capital of the flood-hit province of Khuzestan in southwest Iran, members of resistance units took to graffiti across the city.





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