‘Stop Iranian oil imports,otherwise sanctions’ Hilary tells India.
Mrs Hilary Clinton, the U.S. State Secretary says that, India does not pay much attention over the U.S. request to suspend Iranian oil imports.
‘India should suspend oil imports from Iran. Otherwise, sanctions will be imposed’, she said.
India has voted in favour of the resolution brought in by U.S.A.
against Sri Lanka at the U.N. Human Rights Convention held at Geneva
Even though, India has expressed such affability towards U.S.A., it is clear that, U.S.A. is prepared to give away anything to achieve their political advantages.
The next target of U.S.A. is to diminish the Iranian oil exports and make Iran defenceless, sources say.


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