Up to ten countries will get waivers from Washington to continue buying Iranian oil and oil related products, says Stephen Lendman, an American journalist, writer and political analyst based in Chicago.
In an interview with Press TV on Tuesday, Lendman said on Friday that “it’s very likely that many countries — I say many — maybe six, maybe eight, maybe ten, will get waivers from Washington to continue buying Iranian oil, and oil related products.”
“And I know the countries: China, Turkey, Japan, and South Korea; I am certain EU countries would be more than eight or ten. The EU has 28 countries. If the EU gets away with keeps buying the Iranian oil then they have been pushing very hard for this,” he stated.
“And this really connects with the SWIT system, because everything to do with Iran, economic or financial operation, the whole thing is really rapped into a single ball. It’s Iran’s economy,” the analyst said.