Fmtnews, Iran, Covid 19

Fmtnews, Iran

Iran says it will never seek US help to fight coronavirus

It has rejected offers from Washington despite 60,500 infections.

7/4/2020 4:47:00 AM

It has rejected offers from Washington despite 60,500 infections. FMTNews Iran Covid19

It has rejected offers from Washington despite 60,500 infections.

-April 7, 2020 9:46 AMThe body of a Covid-19 victim is carried to a cemetery just outside Tehran last week. (AP pic)DUBAI: Iran will never ask the United States for help in the fight against the new coronavirus, foreign ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi said on Monday.

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Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has rejected offers from Washington of humanitarian assistance for Iran, the Middle Eastern country so far worst-affected by the coronavirus, with 3,739 deaths and 60,500 people infected according to the latest figures on Monday.

“Iran has never asked and will not ask America to help Tehran in its fight against the outbreak … but America should lift all its illegal unilateral sanctions on Iran,” Mousavi said in a televised news conference.Tensions between the two countries have been high since 2018, when US President Donald Trump quit a 2015 agreement that lifted sanctions on Iran in return for curbs to its nuclear programme. Washington reimposed sanctions which have crippled the Iranian economy.

Iranian authorities say US sanctions have hampered their efforts to curb the outbreak, urging other countries and the United Nations to call on the United States to lift them.“They (the US) are trying to force Tehran to accept negotiations with America,” Mousavi said.

Trump says the nuclear deal was not strong enough and wants to apply “maximum pressure” on Iran to accept tougher curbs to its nuclear programme, halt its ballistic missile work and end its support for proxy forces in the Middle East.Iran says it will not negotiate unless Washington lifts sanctions.

France, Germany and Britain exported medical goods to Iran in the first transaction conducted under Instex, a trade mechanism set up to barter humanitarian goods and food after the US withdrawal from the nuclear deal, Germany said last week.These initial steps to implement the Instex system are positive but not sufficient, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani told French President Emmanuel Macron, according to Press TV.

Separately, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei approved the withdrawal of €1 billion from Iran’s sovereign wealth fund to fight the coronavirus epidemic, Rouhani’s official website said. Read more: Free Malaysia Today »

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