India will not be able to completely stop buying oil from Iran, which is the third largest supplier of oil to this country, The Tribune writes, citing informed sources. India made this clear to Washington during the technical negotiations on the import of Iranian raw materials. Sources said that a private Iranian bank was authorized to open its office in Mumbai, and the question of how to conduct settlements around the second block of US sanctions, which comes into force in early November, is being discussed. The leadership of India hopes for an understanding of the situation on the part of Washington, which demanded to stop buying Iranian oil from November.
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