The "secret" that has deeply embarrassed Iran

Iran was caught up in a major embarrassment this week after Saud Khansari, president of the Tehran Chamber of Commerce, revealed data on oil exports to China. According to him, during 2018 before the sanctions were restructured, the value of exports reached about $9.5 billion, but in the first seven months of the current year, the figure reached only $11 million.

The Iranian regime media and its spokespersons has cried out as this figure highlights the catastrophic decline in the country’s oil exports. A news agency close to the Revolutionary Guards was quick to make clear that the figure provided by Khansari was "misleading." It also attacked the reformist camp that "celebrated" the low figure.

Majid Rada Hariri the head of the Iranian-Chinese Joint Chamber of Commerce came out to publicly declare that Iran's oil sales figures are "top secret". He explained that their revelation was a "military secret" and claimed that it was helping Iran's opponents prevent it from circumventing the sanctions.

# Iran # China
Terry Walley 22:06 28.09.2021
Nick horsky as a Jewish person and a firm and faithful believer in our messiah Jesus Christ we're not infidels. Maybe you should read the Jewish Bible
Nick Horsky 20:09 28.09.2021
ISRAELI needs to take ALL the oil out! Reduce that asshole country to the dark ages! NO POWER...NO NUKES.
Jeffrey Paulsen 20:08 28.09.2021
This is good news. Sanctions work. I hope that China doesn’t sneak in the back door, violate the sanctions, and allow this regime to flourish.
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