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Iranian Oil Minister Javad Oji, who traveled to Venezuela on Wednesday, has visited with Venezuela’s senior officials including the country’s oil and foreign ministers to explore ways to expand economic ties.
Exporting technical-engineering services, following up on the construction of extraterritorial refineries, overhauling Venezuela’s refineries, and marketing for Iranian private companies active in the oil industry, especially in the field of petrochemicals have been the main topics discussed during the visits with Pedro Tellechea, Venezuela’s Oil Minister, and Yvan Gil Pinto, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, and other officials of this country.
In these meetings, the two sides discussed issues related to the development of oil and gas relations and followed-up on the progress of ongoing refining, petrochemical, infrastructure, and gas transmission projects.
Venezuela, as Iran’s top oil partner in Latin America, has a very good capacity in the oil industry. This country has the largest oil reserves in the world and has many refining, petrochemical, and gas transmission facilities. Apart from Venezuela, the Latin American market is also a very large and favorable market for the export of technical-engineering services, equipment, oil products, and petrochemical products.
Iran’s oil industry, on the other hand, has high capacities for presence in the lucrative Latin American market, and contractors, manufacturers, and knowledge-based companies are required to pay due attention to them and seize the opportunities provided by the government.
The Oil Ministry has promoted energy diplomacy, developing its relations with Latin American states.
Taking office in August 2021, Iran’s incumbent administration has paved the way for private and semi-governmental companies’ presence in the lucrative market. Given the administration’s efforts, the Iran-Venezuela oil trade volume has reached around $4.0 billion – a great breakthrough after a long hiatus.
Oji left Tehran for Caracas on Wednesday, January 31.
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The Washington Times on Monday published an article that took everyone by surprise, alleging that Tehran “may already have five nuclear bombs and may have as many as a dozen by May.” The article purportedly stated that “certain intelligence estimates, as early as this past October, asserted that Iran could have enough enriched weapons-grade uranium for one bomb within a week and enough for five nuclear bombs within six weeks. It has been more than three months since those estimates were made.” Interestingly, it tried to raise a question about the availability of only “one” bomb and why Tehran avoided such a bombshell from being publicized. In its response, the writer tried to steal the limelight by showing fictitiously that Tehran has gone to great lengths to build several ones and at diverse locations. What about the reasons? The writer suggested that if there is one bomb, it is easy for the U.S. and Israel to expend considerable effort to find and destroy it — but more bombs in more locations makes this effort increasingly complex, if not almost impossible.
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