U.S. must pay Iran $110 billion in damages: VP

August 14, 2018

TEHRAN – Laya Joneidi, the vice president for legal affairs, has said the U.S. government must pay Iran $110 billion in compensation over the damage it has done to the Iranian nation.

“Individuals and private companies harmed by U.S. measures over the past few decades have filed complaints in Iranian courts and verdicts have been issued in their favor. By now, the amount of compensation the U.S. must pay has crossed 110 billion dollars,” Khabar Online quoted Joneydi as saying on Monday.

She added that following the U.S. withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear pact with the Islamic Republic, Iranian courts have been receiving new cases against the U.S. government.


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