Tehran: We will not allow any country to become a substitute for Iran in oil market

Iran will not allow any country to become a substitute for Iran in the world oil market, Foreign Ministry spokesman Sayyid Abbas Moussaoui said on Thursday.

Iran's Tasnim reported that Sayyid Abbas Mousavi condemned Saudi Arabia and Bahrain's stance in support of sanctions on Iran's oil exports.

Moussaoui stressed that the Islamic Republic of Iran will not allow any country to become an alternative to Iran in the oil market, holding America and the states mentioned accountable for any repercussions, noting that the Iranian government and people will never forget the hostility of some countries under these historical circumstances.


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