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Iran's leaders have a more realistic view of Europe now

Iran's leaders have a more realistic view of Europe now

An expert on Iran and the Middle East in Germany believes: “But now political leaders in Iran are realizing that even when Europe is “willing” to withstand US power projection it is “unable” to do so. In Iran, for a long time, Europe was believed to be “unwilling” and hence “unable” to play a more powerful global role.

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Iran envoy: FATF not precondition for INSTEX

Iran envoy: FATF not precondition for INSTEX

Iran’s Ambassador in London Hamid Baeidinejad said that the EU has no right to set conditions for implementing the Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges (INSTEX), as the move is in line with enforcing commitments under JCPOA that was taken with delay.

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EU will work with Iran through INSTEX

EU will work with Iran through INSTEX

Deputy speaker of Iran's Parliament Ali Motahari said Sunday the launch of the INSTEX mechanism represents the will and determination of Europe to keep up with the nuclear deal, but the final judgment will make sense after it is implemented.

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FATF gives Iran a 4-month deadline

FATF gives Iran a 4-month deadline

At the end of its 6-day meetings in Paris, the Special Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has given Iran a 4-month non-political deadline to implement its technical measurements and speed up any remaining deficiencies to join the Task Force.

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China cuts banking ties with Iran

China cuts banking ties with Iran

The People's Bank of China (PBC) has placed Iran on the top of its list for high risk countries due to US sanctions and non-membership in the Financial Action Task Force (FATF).

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CFT opponents gather outside Iranian parliament

CFT opponents gather outside Iranian parliament

A small group of opponents to Iran joining the Anti-Money Laundering and Countering Financing of Terrorism Act 2009 (AML/CFT Act), including member of the conservative wing (Paydari), gathered outside the Iranian Parliament on Sunday.

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Four countries try to return Iran to FATF black list

Four countries try to return Iran to FATF black list

The Iranian Ambassador to the UK has announced that four countries are trying to return Iran to the FATF black list, saying: “If Iran is unable to reach a suitable conclusion on this, we may be exposing our banking system to imposed sanctions.”

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Another death knell for the JCPOA

Another death knell for the JCPOA

The time writes that The Financial Action Task Force—an international group that monitors money laundering worldwide—avoided a decision to return Iran to its blacklist of countries not doing enough to combat money laundering.

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