President of the United States Donald Trump, speaking at the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly, said that the US would restore the second block of restrictions against Iran on November 5, which would affect the Iranian energy sector and transactions related to hydrocarbon raw materials. The sanctions will also include all transactions involving the Central Bank of Iran. The American president in early May announced his intention to restore unilateral sanctions against Iran, announcing the US withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action regarding the Iranian nuclear program. In early August, the US restored the first block of restrictive measures against Iran. They concerned the automobile sector of the country, its trade in gold and other metals.
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