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News code: 25932
Published Date: Sunday 1 July 2018 - 09:43:31
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Iran branches of power mull over scenarios to fight US threats

Iran branches of power mull over scenarios to fight US threats
IRAN  - Heads of Iran's three branches of power in a meeting reviewed different scenarios of US threats against Iran's economy.

The meeting was chaired by Iranian President Hassan Rouahni on Saturday.

Issues related to the latest economic developments supporting stock market and ceding shares of governmental and public agencies were presented. 

Decisions have also been made on fighting any possible sanction imposed by the US and preventing its negative impacts on people's life, production and budget management

They also discussed budget organization's suggestions to achieve self-sufficiency and in producing petroleum, and to prevent the vulnerability in the field of energy carriers.

Heads of three branches of power also ratified the importance of taking serious actions by the judicial environment to fight money laundering, financing terrorism and also to develop international banking cooperation and standing against US sabotage in this case.

News Code: 25932
Published Date: Sunday 1 July 2018 - 09:43:31
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