Iran Sanctions Felt As Far As Namibia

The United Nations sanctions, designed to force Tehran to halt its nuclear program, are having an effect on far-off Namibia. The southwest African state imports all its refined fuel from South Africa ever since the government terminated the National Petroleum Corporation of Namibia's contract to supply 50 percent of the country's total fuel needs. Namibian Ministry of Mines and Energy Deputy Director for Petroleum and Gas Immanuel Nghishoongele said that the Iranian sanctions will not affect the country’s fuel supply but will impact retail…

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