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Iran stops selling oil to France and Britain in response to the ban imposed by the European Union

Tehrān : Iran | Feb 19, 2012 at 10:08 AM PST
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Iran stops selling oil to France and Britain in response to the ban imposed by the European Union

Iran decided to stop selling oil to the French and British companies indicating that theywould hand him over "to other customers." The decision came in response to the Iranian-out ban on Iranian oil imposed by the European Union.



A spokesman for the Iranian Oil Ministry Alireza Nekzad as quoted by the official site of the Ministry said that Iran stopped selling oil to the oil companies, French and British.

Nekzad said that "the sale of oil to the British and French companies have stopped."

He added: "Following the decision, announced by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs officiallyhalted the oil ministry for the sale of oil companies, British and French."

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