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    WASHINGTON: As told by the company’s spokesperson to AFP on Friday, it is for the first time that the license is being issued by the govt. of United States allowing the company to do business with Iran which was prohibited since 1979.
    Boeing to sell in Iran
    It is for the limited period of time that the license is being given to Boeing on a note that the company will provide only those spare parts that are for safety purposes. The spokesperson said that Boeing is still not allowed to trade new planes to Iran. He further added that the US treasury department granted the license on a conditional basis in the context of a temporary deal between Iran and world powers over its nuclear program which was signed in November.

    Another company named General Electric indicated at the end of February that it had also requested approval to sell spare airliner parts to Iran, but it has not received any response so far.

    The European nations and United States, with an aim of pressurizing Tehran to reduce permanently, or at least long term, imposed severe economic sanctions on the country recently. They are trying all reduce all the scopes to make it extremely difficult for Iran to perform any nuclear activity in order to develop nuclear weapons, although the concern country has always died any such ambition.

    In the month of January, the sanctions were partially lifted, after the country agreed to stop a part of its contested program.

    There is a negotiation going on between Tehran and West on a decisive agreement which would assure that the nuclear program of Iran will be peaceful, and would eventually lead to all consents being lifted.

    As the reverberation of the 1979 Islamic revolution, Washington always severed diplomatic relations with Iran.

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