Iran’s growing economy to prosper heedless of US decisions

TEHRAN, May. 09 (MNA) – Valiollah Seif, the Governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI), reassured on Wednesday that there would be no problem for Iran’s economy after Trumps withdrawal from the JCPOA.

“Trump’s administration is doing its utmost to unload the heaviest burden on the Islamic Republic of Iran with the lowest cost for US,” said Valiollah Seif, the Governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI), on Wednesday.

The Iranian senior monitory official made the remarks on the sidelines of the cabinet-of-ministers meeting held to discuss the Trump's announcement last night that the US would pull out of the nuclear deal and reinstate sanctions against the Islamic Republic.

“In the last one and a half year the Trump administration has done nothing to honor its commitments under the JCPOA, and has, instead, purposefully made obstructions or created propaganda hype to destabilize our country’s economy,” he added.

“Fortunately, Trump is isolated in his decision and only backed by the Israeli regime, while the other countries of the world have supported Iran’s rightful stances,” he asserted.

“With our planning, Iran’s economic growth will continue on the same progressive trend. The foreign currency affairs are stable now with creating balance between resources and costs, imports and ease of export, and providing foreign exchange for all the basic needs of the country,” reassured the official.


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