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U.S. Envoy To Germany Warns Europe Not To Bypass Sanctions On Iran

Via Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty


The U.S. ambassador to Germany says the European mechanism designed to facilitate trade with Iran and avoid U.S. sanctions is counterproductive to Washington’s efforts to force Tehran back to the negotiating table over its nuclear program and other matters.

Ambassador Richard Grenell made the comments about the financial mechanism called INSTEX (Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges) in an interview published on February 10 in the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.

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Grenell labeled U.S. policy as the “Trump Doctrine,” explaining that “we use the strongest possible sanctions, while at the same time offering talks to see if that changes the behavior of certain states.”

Germany, France, and Britain on January 31 launched a mechanism to allow financial flows to be sent to Iran that would not violate U.S. sanctions in an attempt to keep alive the landmark 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran.

The special-purpose financial vehicle will allow European firms with legitimate business interests to use barter techniques to conduct business in Iran.

The plan focuses on areas not targeted by U.S. sanctions and in the beginning centers “on the sectors most essential to the Iranian population – such as pharmaceutical, medical devices, and agri-food goods,” foreign ministers from the three countries said.

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Germany, France, and Britain — which signed the nuclear deal along with the United States, Russia, and China — have been working hard to keep the accord alive after Trump announced in May he would withdraw from the deal and reimpose sanctions on Tehran.

Based on reporting by Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung, dpa, and Tiroler Tageszeitung
*This article has been amended to clarify comments in the first sentence and to change the headline accordingly.

Copyright (c) 2019. RFE/RL, Inc. Reprinted with the permission of Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, 1201 Connecticut Ave NW, Ste 400, Washington DC 20036.

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