These 6 Companies Have a Lot to Fear From Trump's Iran Sanctions

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Iran's foreign minister embarks on a tour of world powers on Saturday, state media reported, in what is seen as a last-ditch effort to save Tehran's nuclear deal after Washington's withdrawal from the accord.

Zarif will meet with the foreign ministers of the three European countries in Brussels on Tuesday, May 15 to discuss the future of the deal.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif touched down in Moscow on Monday morning as part of a series of global diplomatic meetings aimed at saving the Iran nuclear deal following the United States' withdrawal. But if it fails to qualify for an exception to the sanction this time around, Korea may have to stop importing oil from Iran and Korean businesses may not be allowed to settle accounts with their Iranian counterparts in Korean won.

"While prices are now rising on Trump's decision to reimpose sanctions on Iran, we may see some limitations to the rally as any lost volumes can be supplied by other producing nations". Not only is it one of the USA companies making parts for Airbus, but it has also received big parts orders for oil and gas facilities in Iran.

Iran's Quds Force, which is fighting in Syria alongside the government, targeted Israeli Defense Force positions with 20 rockets, according to a Twitter post by IDF spokesman Jonathan Conricus.

Trump said new economic sanctions will be enforced against Iran.

"The repeated attacks by the Zionist regime on Syrian territory were carried out under pretexts that were invented", he added.

"I'm hopeful in the days and weeks ahead we can come up with a deal that really works, that really protects the world from Iranian bad behavior, not just their nuclear program, but their missiles and their malign behavior as well". Here is Professor Kim Gwang-seok from the Graduate School of International Studies at Hanyang University to give his analysis of the potential aftermath of Washington's exit from the Iran nuclear agreement, from rising oil prices to sluggish exports. "I would like to point out that Russian Federation and other participants in the deal - China and the European countries - also have their legitimate interests enshrined in this agreement", he added.

Tapper tried again: "Is the US going to impose sanctions on European companies that continue to do business with Iran?". "They were trying to take over the Middle East by whatever means necessary".

But now, Trump says the US will withdraw from the worldwide nuclear agreement. The article also said that given the fact that the success of the nuclear talks rested on mostly bilateral talks between Iran and the United States, that Europe was simply a role player then and can not become the main player now. The deal between Iran, Russia and other members of the Moscow-dominated Eurasian Economic Union is set to be signed next week.

Trump says the U.S. Such willful ignorance led to the misbegotten Iraq War, and now could drag the United States into a war with Tehran.

"It's reminiscent of the saying attributed to Vladimir Lenin that the capitalists will sell us the rope with which we'll hang them", he said.

Trump administration officials say the move is simply a recognition of a reality and that they do not in any way intend to prejudge the outcome of final borders or sovereignty in a peace deal.