Benjamin Weinthal Iran Netherlands

Dutch airline carrier KLM suspends service to Iran…….


 

The chattering heads in Europe dissing Trump over his raising of sanctions against Iran after backing out of Obama’s epic miserable nuke deal with the Mullah regime, have egg on their face, their deal is still born.

 

Benjamin Weinthal on Twitter:

Big> KLM suspends service to Tehran, delivers further blow to Iranian economy. Will et al European airlines follow ‘s lead?

I’m going to predict that they will, the forces of economics are looming over their heads. Also there’s this which underlines my premise that companies are soon going to be towing the line on the new reality of the free West vis-a-vis the totalitarian Islamonazi regime of Iran.

 

French shipping group CMA CGM announces it is pulling out of Iran following U.S. sanctions on companies operating in the country.

 

KLM SUSPENDS SERVICE TO TEHRAN, DELIVERS FURTHER BLOW TO IRANIAN ECONOMY

The airline’s announcement coincided with a major diplomatic spat between Iran and the Netherlands.

BY BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
 JULY 8, 2018 01:09
KLM suspends service to Tehran, delivers further blow to Iranian economy

A KLM commercial passenger jet takes off in Colomiers near Toulouse, France, October 19, 2017. (photo credit: REUTERS/REGIS DUVIGNAU)

Royal Dutch Airlines announced on Saturday that it will suspend its direct flights to Tehran, delivering another blow to Iran’s struggling economy.

The Dutch airline KLM said in a statement: “As a result of the negative results and financial outlook for the Tehran operation, the last flight will take off from Amsterdam on September 22, 2018 and land at Schiphol on September 23.”

The timing of the airline’s announcement coincided with a major diplomatic spat between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Netherlands.

Tehran summoned the Dutch ambassador and the Islamic Republic protested the deportation of two Iranian diplomats in the Netherlands, the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman was quoted as saying by IRNA – Iran’s state-controlled media outlet – on Saturday. The Dutch government declined to cite the reasons for the expulsion of the Iranian diplomats.

 

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