A day after Washington threatened to impose further economic sanctions against Iran, India once again reiterated that it will continue to import Iranian crude oil to fulfill the country’s energy needs.
India’s Ministry of External Affairs has stated that it will engage with all stakeholders as far as matters related to country’s energy security are concerned.
“We have had several rounds of meeting with Iran and several other stakeholders. I can tell you that India continues to import oil from Iran. We have got a waiver in this regard and we will continue to be engaged with all the stakeholders as far as matters related to India’s energy security are concerned,” Raveesh Kumar, spokesperson for India’s Ministry of External Affairs, said on Friday afternoon during weekly Read More
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