Iranian government: since March, the average daily export of crude oil exceeds 600,000 barrels
Hamid Purmohammadi, a senior official in the budget department of the Iranian government, said on the 11th that despite US sanctions
Iran continues to export crude oil, with an average daily export volume of 600,000 to 700,000 barrels since March this year.
Since being sanctioned by the US, Iran’s daily crude oil exports have fallen sharply.
However, Iranian officials have repeatedly stated that the U.S. policy of “maximum pressure”
has “failed” and Iran has been continuously exporting crude oil.