(Persia Digest) – The CEO of the SAIPA Automotive Group has pointed to Citroën pulling out of Iran, and said: “We have notified this company and its directors that we will monitor their professional behavior. Any future cooperation between the Iranian automotive industry and their foreign partners will certainly take into account their stance under difficult circumstances and sanctions.”

Mohsen Jarudi reiterated: “Serious talks are in process with Citroën. They must know that the Iranian nation will never forget their treatment. If this is on par with the level of professionalism that we expect, we will definitely experience stronger cooperation in the future.”

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He reminded: “Citroën is our business partner. The US unilateral sanctions are not approved by the UN, and this means Citroën cannot overlook its partnership with SAIPA so easily.”

Jahrudi expressed hope that with the overall discussions, the PSA Group will take the best decision for its mutual projects with Iran’s Automotive industry.

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