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Rouhani Says Gov’t Prepared for Possible Contingencies

The government pledges that the country will not face any problem regarding access to basic goods and in the energy, transport and production sectors, the president said
Rouhani Says Gov’t Prepared  for Possible Contingencies Rouhani Says Gov’t Prepared  for Possible Contingencies

Tehran hopes that its economic ties to other countries will continue despite renewed sanctions by the United States and has contingencies to weather the storm with the minimum possible damage, says President Hassan Rouhani. 
"We are indeed hopeful that our economic interaction with the world will continue as before. However, we have contingencies for situations where we may face problems," he said following a meeting with Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani and Judiciary Chief Sedeq Amoli Larijani in Tehran on Saturday, his official website reported.  
The president said ways to overcome the current (intricate) situation while having to pay "the minimum possible price" were discussed in the meeting. 

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