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Turkey has not received a written notice of renunciation of Iranian oil purchase after the United States is sending its neighbors back to Tehran next week, but rumored rumors have been heard, Minister of Energy said on Friday.
The US government has agreed that eight countries, including close allies, South Korea and Japan, and India, will continue to buy Iranian oil after next year putting Tehran back on sanctions, Bloomberg announced on Friday a US official.
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