On Wednesday, the deputy foreign ministers from the so-called P5+1 countries and Iran met in New York to resolve the Western banking dilemma which is holding back French sale of 114 Airbus civilian planes to Iran under a $25 billions contract signed earlier this year.
The French delegate criticized US-based Boeing’s boycott of the French-Iran sales agreement. After a heated discussion during which other members (Russia, China, and UK) of the P5+1 supported French claim, the US Treasury Department exempted Boeing from the ban.
The GOP-led Congress approved legislation late Thursday to prohibit the United States from making cash payments to Iran and require that Congress be notified before any future claims settlements with Tehran are conducted. The bill passed by a wide margin, 254-163.
The French Airbus was unable to meet Iranian purchase order as 10% of its civilian planes parts are manufactured by Boeing in the United States. Although, Barack Obama signed the P5+1 brokered nuclear agreement with Iran (JCPOA) last year which was blessed by a 84% of American Jewish population, the US Treasury headed by religious Zionist Jew Jack Lew has refused to lift its ban on US firms providing support to any international trade deal with the Islamic Republic.
The Muslim Profiling GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump has promised that if elected, he will scrap the US-Iran nuclear deal which some political analysts believe to be Trump’s carrot to the Zionist voters. There is no way he would keep his promise because that would isolate the US from its western allies which want a piece of $408 billion Iranian cake.
“No, he’s not going to get rid of an agreement that has the institutional signature of the United States,” Walid Phares, foreign policy advisor to Donald Trump told the Jewish The Daily Caller in an interview in May 2016.
American Jewish professor Mark N. Katz (George Mason University ) agrees with that in a recent interview with the Tehran Times.
Airbus applied for two licenses to cover its deal with Iran to ensure the fast delivery of some of the aircraft, Airbus spokesman Justin Dubon told The Associated Press. The license announced Wednesday covers the first 17 planes involved in the deal, which will be A320s and A330s, he said.
Dubon said Airbus hoped to receive a second license allowing it to sell the remaining planes to Iran soon.
Base model A320s are listed at an average of $98 million, while A330s start at $231.5 million. That puts the value of the approved 17 aircraft in the first license around at least $1.8 billion.
Iran Air operates 43 airplanes – all bought before the 1979 Islamic Revolution – reaching 30 international destinations, including London.
Jewish-controlled American media has claimed that Iran Air is interested is buying civilian planes from American Boeing which is a big lie. Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei is against re-establishing diplomatic or trade relations with the United States.
Boeing, world’s largest aerospace and defence company has had a long business history with the Israel Occupation Force (IOF). It has sold IAI-developed arrow missiles, Boeing AGM-114D Longbow Hellfire missiles, 18 AH-64D Apache Longbow fighter helicopters, 63 Boeing F15 Eagle fighter planes, 102 Boeing F16 Eagle fighter planes, 42 BOEING AH-64 Apache fighter helicopters, F-16 Peace Marble II & III Aircraft, 4 Boeing 777s, and Arrow II interceptors, and more to the Zionist entity.
On September 7, 2016 Ron Paul interviewed (watch below) US-Iranian Jew Benjamin Ahdoot who just returned from a 3-month trip to the Islamic Republic. Ahdoot debunked many Zionist lies about the Islamic Republic.