Roadblocks on the Path to Normality in Iran

Roadblocks on the Path to Normality in Iran

June 5, 2016

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span style="">On May 10, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry prepared to discuss Iranian sanctions with leading members of the European banking industry in London. However, this time Kerry came, not to urge sanctions enforcement, but to reassure European banks that they are “absolutely free to open accounts for Iran, trade and exchange money, facilitate a legitimate business agreement, bankroll it, [and] lend money.”</span></span></p>

Roadblocks on the Path to Normality in Iran

Roadblocks on the Path to Normality in Iran

June 5, 2016

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span style="">On May 10, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry prepared to discuss Iranian sanctions with leading members of the European banking industry in London. However, this time Kerry came, not to urge sanctions enforcement, but to reassure European banks that they are “absolutely free to open accounts for Iran, trade and exchange money, facilitate a legitimate business agreement, bankroll it, [and] lend money.”</span></span></p>

Roadblocks on the Path to Normality in Iran

Roadblocks on the Path to Normality in Iran

June 5, 2016

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span style="">On May 10, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry prepared to discuss Iranian sanctions with leading members of the European banking industry in London. However, this time Kerry came, not to urge sanctions enforcement, but to reassure European banks that they are “absolutely free to open accounts for Iran, trade and exchange money, facilitate a legitimate business agreement, bankroll it, [and] lend money.”</span></span></p>

Roadblocks on the Path to Normality in Iran

Roadblocks on the Path to Normality in Iran

June 5, 2016

<p class="font_8" style=""><span style=""><span style="">On May 10, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry prepared to discuss Iranian sanctions with leading members of the European banking industry in London. However, this time Kerry came, not to urge sanctions enforcement, but to reassure European banks that they are “absolutely free to open accounts for Iran, trade and exchange money, facilitate a legitimate business agreement, bankroll it, [and] lend money.”</span></span></p>