US waives Iran oil trade sanctions, gives Tehran access to frozen funds to pay off Japanese, Korean exporters

Source: Veterans Today - View Original Article
Published: Jul 15, 2021
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Policy Leaning Analysis:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 98% Conservative:

  • 3 positive sentiments and 11 negative sentiments for Iran.


Politician Portrayal Analysis:

This article includes the following Politician Portrayal sentiments, providing an average sentiment of 58% Negative and bias score of -22% Liberal:

2 negative sentiments for Donald Trump
1 negative sentiment for Joe Biden


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Iran

Politicians:

Donald Trump
Joe Biden

Sentiments

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8% "As we've made clear, we are prepared to continue engaging in the context of these indirect negotiations with Iran.""
6% "Blinken signed the sanctions waiver to give Japan and Korea another 90 days to complete transactions with Iran, a State Department spokesperson said.""
-4% "US State Department spokesman Ned Price has said American diplomats are prepared to go back to Vienna to continue the talks, but insisted, on ..."
-10% "The secretary of state previously signed a waiver to allow funds held in restricted Iranian accounts in Japan and Korea to be used to ..."
-12% "Last week, Russia's lead negotiator Mikhail Ulyanov said no date has been set for the seventh round of the negotiations because Tehran needs more ..."
-14% "The State Department stressed that the waiver does not allow for the transfer of any funds to Iran, and will make whole Japanese and ..."
-18% "The US State Department has reportedly informed Congress of its decision to waive sanctions on Iran's oil trade so that Tehran can pay off ..."
-24% "Iran has already announced that the country's stance on the JCPOA will not alter with a change of administration.""
-30% "In Vienna, disagreements have persisted over a number of issues, including how to sequence US sanctions removal and Tehran's forfeiture of its nuclear advances, ..."

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

54% : "As we've made clear, we are prepared to continue engaging in the context of these indirect negotiations with Iran.
53% : The waiver said that allowing the funds to be used to "repay exporters in these jurisdictions will make those entities whole with respect to the goods and services they exported to Iran [and] address a recurring irritant in important bilateral relationships."
53% : Blinken signed the sanctions waiver to give Japan and Korea another 90 days to complete transactions with Iran, a State Department spokesperson said.
48% : US State Department spokesman Ned Price has said American diplomats are prepared to go back to Vienna to continue the talks, but insisted, on several occasions, that questions about when the seventh round would begin have to be "addressed to Tehran."
45% : "The secretary of state previously signed a waiver to allow funds held in restricted Iranian accounts in Japan and Korea to be used to pay back Japanese and Korean companies that exported non-sanctioned items to Iran," the spokesperson said.
44% : Last week, Russia's lead negotiator Mikhail Ulyanov said no date has been set for the seventh round of the negotiations because Tehran "needs more time for preparations" following its June 18 presidential election, which saw the rise of Raeisi to power.
43% : The State Department stressed that the waiver "does not allow for the transfer of any funds to Iran," and will make whole Japanese and Korean companies that exported non-sanctioned goods and services before US sanctions were tightened by the previous administration.
41% : The US State Department has reportedly informed Congress of its decision to waive sanctions on Iran's oil trade so that Tehran can pay off its debts to Japanese and Korean exporters from its frozen funds, without being able to transfer the funds to the country.
38% : Iran has already announced that the country's stance on the JCPOA "will not alter with a change of administration."
35% : In Vienna, disagreements have persisted over a number of issues, including how to sequence US sanctions removal and Tehran's forfeiture of its nuclear advances, with Iran arguing that since Washington was the party that violated the terms of the agreement, it should take the first step back to the deal by removing its unilateral sanctions.
35% : Iran is also dissatisfied with the scope of sanctions that the US is willing to remove, saying the US sanctions removal must cover all the sanctions that were slapped on the Islamic Republic after the JCPOA went into force in January 2016.
31% : The White House has also asked for follow-on talks about other issues, such as Iran's missile program, which Tehran has strongly rejected.
29% : The restoration of the deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), is expected to be faced with strong opposition from Republicans in Congress, who mostly backed Trump's withdrawal from the deal and his so-called maximum pressure campaign against Iran.
29% : Tehran has also asked for guarantees that the US won't again leave the JCPOA under a new administration, while on the other hand, the administration of President Joe Biden says it cannot give such guarantees.

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