Rowhani vows to continue oil production despite sanctions
Rowhani was speaking on live television at the inauguration of Phase 12 to develop the South Pars gas field
Iranian President Hassan Rowhani said on Tuesday his country would continue to produce more oil and gas despite Western sanctions.
Rowhani was speaking on live television at the inauguration of Phase 12 to develop the South Pars gas field.
On Monday, Iran's oil minister said Tehran was ready to boost its oil exports by up to 1 million barrels per day (bpd) when Western sanctions over its nuclear program are lifted.
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