US leaves door open to waivers for Iranian oil imports
Max Greenwood writes in The Hill that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday left the door open to granting waivers to countries seeking to import Iranian oil after U.S. sanctions on the nation take effect later this year.
Iran FM response to Trump deadline
In a statement, Iran’s Foreign Ministry has responded to Trump’s sanctions waiver for Iran and the need to amend the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, the JCPOA. As reported by Persia Digest, the statement reads: “On Friday, 12 January 2018, the US President inevitably issued a sanctions waiver for Iran despite his year-long efforts to kill the JCPOA.”
Trump waives Iran sanctions again
US President, Donald Trump, has waived sanctions against Iran. The waiver must be issued every 120 days. But he warned that this may the last time, unless talks begin about Iran’s missile program and the uranium enrichment which has been limited for ten years under the deal becomes permanent.
Paper-based Iran visa to go in next six months
The Consular, Parliamentary and Iranian Affairs Deputy at Iran's Foreign Ministry has announced the news of eliminating paper-based visas for Iran within the next six months.