(MENAFN) According to Iranian Oil Minister Javad Oji, the nation's crude oil shipments to the targeted markets are proceeding without any issues.
The United States has frequently acknowledged that the penalties have had an impact on the sale of Iranian oil, the minister reaffirmed, adding that, “fortunately, by identifying new markets and customers and new export processes, we have been able to find good markets and there has been no stoppage in the export of crude oil.”
Oji went on to say, “with the new solutions presented by my colleagues in the international affairs department of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), we have been able to obtain good and attractive markets for Iran's crude oil, gas condensate, oil products and petrochemicals.”
The minister made a point, “today, the issue of energy security is considered one of the most important issues in the world, and this importance gradually doubles as the cold season approaches.”
Additionally, Iran's First Vice President Mohammad Mokhber claimed in a statement made last month that the nation is now selling its oil on international markets and receiving payment for it without any issues.
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