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US May Enforce Economic Sanctions Against Pakistan

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The US State Department may enforce economic sanctions against Pakistan over the multi-billion-dollar Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project, a new report says.

The Voice of America report said Tuesday that the USD5 billion project, which is intended to carry natural gas from Iran to its eastern neighbor to help reduce Pakistan’s crushing energy deficit, has become a major concern for the US government.

That [the IP project] is of concern to the United States, which is backing international sanctions against Iranian energy exports because of its nuclear program,” the report said.

The report added that there has been a considerable progress on the Iran-to-Pakistan “peace pipeline,” with Iranian contractors starting work on Pakistani sections of the project, after finishing nearly 900 kilometers of the pipeline in Iran.

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  • jaydi

    on behalf of the citizens of the united states I would like to apologize to the people of Pakistan. im sorry.

    our criminal leadership is out of control. I prey you can forgive the innocent citizens here.

  • Tom

    I think its time for this damn world to enforce economic sanctions on the US , We dont need you we dont want you in our countrys and we dispise most of your values ! , Your so called Democracy is a Hypocritical FAKE , and we the world want no part of it anymore. We dont need you and we DONT WANT YOU .

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