Is Russia and China helping Iran?

Is Russia and China helping Iran's Economy

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  • 1 decade ago
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    China and Russia is helping Iran's economy.

    The Russian -Iranian relationship lies very much in the development of international issues elsewhere in the world. At the moment, Russia and Iran have a mutual need to maintain their relationship and to play up its importance in order to protect the territorial status and exertinfluence with other neighbouring states.

    Russia has an interest in maintaining good relations with Iran and the Islamic world and in keeping influence with countries in the Middle East.

    Iran has found a mutual benefit in making good use of Russia´s position as a weapons suppliers and ally on the UN Security Council.Whether or not there is a genuine affection for one another is debateable, but until the relationship is tested by a potential crisis such as the imminent development of an Iranian nuclear weapon which will force Russia into taking a definitive stance on the issues, both countries have sufficient reason to maintain their unholy alliance. Russia said on Tuesday it planned to sign a road map to outline future energy cooperation with Iran.

    Russian oil and gas majors Gazprom and Lukoil have signed billions of dollars worth of deals to help Iran develop its oil and gas fields

    The document will be signed on Wednesday when Iranian Oil Minister Massoud Mirkazemi meets his Russian counterpart Sergei Shmatko in Moscow, the oil ministry said. Iran was China's third-biggest supplier of oil last year China is the number one oil and gas importer from Iran. The two countries are bound by energy deals reaching a total value of $120 billion. China signed largest energy deal with Iran ever and promised to block any American attempt to refer Iran´s nuclear program to the UN Security Council.

    China is interested in a militarily strong, and posibly nuclear Iran that dominates the Gulf but also that for China, energy security considerations trump international cooperation on critical global security issues.

    China, India, Indonesia, Brazil and Turkey's economies are the most powerful engines to drive the global economy to stability said Sahit Muja the President & CEO of Albanian Minerals in New York.

    Mr Sahit Muja said "China, India, Indonesia and Brazil were able to keep growing throughout 2008 and 2009.

    China´s economic growth is estimated to record 10 - 11% percent annually on an average between 2010-2015"

    "The Indian economy is poised to grow by double digits annually from 2011-2015.

    Brazil's central bank this week upped its growth forecast for 2010 to 7.3 percent. Indonesia' economy is expected to grow 6.5 % this year.

    Gross domestic product in Turkey increased an annual 11.7 percent, compared with 6 percent in the previous three months. Turkey have second fastest growing economy in the world in 2010".

    Mr Sahit Muja said "China´s 1.32 billion population is a huge market for international and domestic demand for food, energy, oil, natural gas and metals. China have a strong driving demand for housing to meet the needs of 100 million people. Real estate demand in China will continue to grow because of migration of rural population to urban this will continue to drive housing demand, rather than a growing population as in countries like India, Brazil, Indonesia, Turkey and large parts of the Middle East. India's population in 2010 is around 1.15 billion people. Currently, India is second largest country in the world after China in terms of population. Population of India at the time of Independence was only 350 million. Indonesia's population is 235 million and growing. Brazil's population is 193 million and Turkey's population is 73 million one of fastest growing in the world".

    Mr Sahit Muja said "Booming economy in China, India, Brazil, Indonesia and Turkey will help economies in The US, EU, Canada, Australia, Africa, Russia, Middle East and Latin America. From 2010 to 2015 more than 500 million new families will need new housing in the world. The 250 million new homes needed in China, India, Indonesia and Brazil. Growing economy and population will drive the demand for new roads, railways, airports, hospitals, schools. banks, infrastructure, water projects, energy projects, courts and legal system, new factories, houses, buildings, oil and natural gas refineries, power plants, wind energy turbines, solar power, cars, trucks, airplanes, ships , machinery and much more".

    The emerging global economy needs more energy, oil, natural gas, metals. cement, rubber, iron, glas, steel, copper, silver,nickel, gold, aluminum, chrome ore, wood, agricultural products, urea, phosphate and other materials".

    Mr Sahit Muja said "China, India, Brazil, Indonesia, Turkey, Albania and Kosovo will be on my top list to have Albanian Minerals & Bytyci SHPK are joint ventures and sister companies to trade and invest in the world's powerful emerging economies.

  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    yes of course!

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    China supports Iran. To dictatorship=Pluss

  • 4 years ago

    So enable's see: 2006 Israel assaults Lebanon and gets a huge blow interior the face. 2008 Israel assaults Palestine and gets out with its tail between its legs. Bro i think of for now Israel is going to relax: too lots loosing! As for Russia properly i will see the glimmer of wish for a clean soviet union in it quite is eyes and China desires to verify itself as a international top-rated ability, this time while too lots is at stake they are going to hardly stay silent.

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  • 6 years ago

    In a sense, WW3 has already begun, much like WW2 began when Japan invaded China, a decade before the US entered into a shooting war. This time it is Iran, Russia, China, (IRC) + N. Korea & ISIS Axis vs. Japan, USA, NATO S Korea, (JUNK) + smaller western & asian allies.

    Russia continues aggression, threats, invasion into Ukraine, Georgia, east Europe while China continues aggression, invasion, threats into South China Sea. IRC is currently mimicking the US - Allied strategy of WW2: Seize strategic choke points, establish chains of bases and supply lines, Island hopping, positioned for a blockade and deny trade and resources, especially oil, to the enemy. DENIAL OF ACCESS is the key element of the IRC strategy. It is not the $3 trillion in oil & gas offshore Crimea or the $3 trillion in oil and gas under the Spratly Islands but the DENIAL OF ACCESS of those and other trade and resources to Europe, Japan and the West - Just like WW2, which was won in large part by denial of Axis Access to Oil. Crimea represents the choke point to deny middle east-EU oil pipelines and oil transport, just as the Spratly Islands in the S. China sea is the choke point to cut off middle east Oil to Japan.

    At some point a shooting skirmish will break out between a US treaty ally and either Russia or China, this triggers a cascade of mutual defense treaties. IRC will escalate their current Sun Tzu 'Attack Everywhere' type plan and more rapidly invade and advance on 3 main fronts: Russia invades former east europe states occupies, and claims any former Soviet or easily defeated border nations. China invades into SE Asia most importantly the South China sea, effectively controlling all trade, transport and military dominance of SE Asia. Iran invades Iraq and merges with ISIS / radical islam to incite insurrection all Muslim nations under some sort of radicalized Islamic Caliphate. The Iran/ISIS Middle East War will cut off oil exports to EU and the west; while China will become flooded with cheap oil from Russia and Iran. IRC will soon occupy Afghanistan and Pakistan, which becomes a hub for trade in oil and other resources between the IRC Axis, with China's manufacturing base re-tooled to military war production; to overwhelm the US - west with superior manufacturing capacity, much like in WW2 the US - UK Allied victory via massive US manufacturing and logistics vs. destruction of axis factories and supply lines.

    The US will be stretched thin on 3 main fronts: East Europe, Middle East, S.E. Asia; and several small insurrections in Africa, South America and Asia from a rapidly expanding marxist communist and radical islamic terrorist operations; especially in petro-states like Lybia and Venezuela, these terrorist wars will be funded, supplied and directed by IRC.

    Most likely the shooting war will begin by Chinese in the Spratly Islands attacking Philippines, or Russia attacking a NATO force somewhere along the East Europe borders; however IRC seems to prefer the current non-shooting strategy where they are able to advance and secure key positions unchallenged by the weak and timid JUNK nations.

  • 6 years ago

    Credibility is our company-XY-Global with 8 years of constant values of the company, which is also the most important for a member of a salesperson.

  • Kini
    Lv 7
    5 years ago

    Somewhat but they must bear in mind the sanctions have not been lifted so the business between them is minimal compared to what it should be. I dont know what you mean by "help" Iran. China and Russia do business with Iran in limited fashion. Russia just sold them planes since they knew the embargo would end. The arms embargo is still in effect for 5 years.

  • 7 years ago

    yes they always help Iran and Iran help them,too.

  • 1 decade ago

    China and Russia is helping Iran's economy.

    The Russian -Iranian relationship lies very much in the development of international issues elsewhere in the world. At the moment, Russia and Iran have a mutual need to maintain their relationship and to play up its importance in order to protect the territorial status and exert influence with other neighboring states.

    Russia has an interest in maintaining good relations with Iran and the Islamic world and in keeping influence with countries in the Middle East.

    Iran has found a mutual benefit in making good use of Russia´s position as a weapons suppliers and ally on the UN Security Council.Whether or not there is a genuine affection for one another is debate able, but until the relationship is tested by a potential crisis such as the imminent development of an Iranian nuclear weapon which will force Russia into taking a definitive stance on the issues, both countries have sufficient reason to maintain their unholy alliance. Russia said on Tuesday it planned to sign a road map to outline future energy cooperation with Iran.

    Russian oil and gas majors Gazprom and Lukoil have signed billions of dollars worth of deals to help Iran develop its oil and gas fields

    The document will be signed on Wednesday when Iranian Oil Minister Massoud Mirkazemi meets his Russian counterpart Sergei Shmatko in Moscow, the oil ministry said. Iran was China's third-biggest supplier of oil last year China is the number one oil and gas importer from Iran. The two countries are bound by energy deals reaching a total value of $120 billion. China signed largest energy deal with Iran ever and promised to block any American attempt to refer Iran´s nuclear program to the UN Security Council.

    China is interested in a militarily strong, and posibly nuclear Iran that dominates the Gulf but also that for China, energy security considerations trump international cooperation on critical global security issues.

    China, India, Indonesia, Brazil and Turkey's economies are the most powerful engines to drive the global economy to stability said Sahit Muja the President & CEO of Albanian Minerals in New York.

    Mr Sahit Muja said "China, India, Indonesia and Brazil were able to keep growing throughout 2008 and 2009.

    China´s economic growth is estimated to record 10 - 11% percent annually on an average between 2010-2015"

    "The Indian economy is poised to grow by double digits annually from 2011-2015.

    Brazil's central bank this week upped its growth forecast for 2010 to 7.3 percent. Indonesia' economy is expected to grow 6.5 % this year.

    Gross domestic product in Turkey increased an annual 11.7 percent, compared with 6 percent in the previous three months. Turkey have second fastest growing economy in the world in 2010".

    Mr Sahit Muja said "China´s 1.32 billion population is a huge market for international and domestic demand for food, energy, oil, natural gas and metals. China have a strong driving demand for housing to meet the needs of 100 million people. Real estate demand in China will continue to grow because of migration of rural population to urban this will continue to drive housing demand, rather than a growing population as in countries like India, Brazil, Indonesia, Turkey and large parts of the Middle East. India's population in 2010 is around 1.15 billion people. Currently, India is second largest country in the world after China in terms of population. Population of India at the time of Independence was only 350 million. Indonesia's population is 235 million and growing. Brazil's population is 193 million and Turkey's population is 73 million one of fastest growing in the world".

    Mr Sahit Muja said "Booming economy in China, India, Brazil, Indonesia and Turkey will help economies in The US, EU, Canada, Australia, Africa, Russia, Middle East and Latin America. From 2010 to 2015 more than 500 million new families will need new housing in the world. The 250 million new homes needed in China, India, Indonesia and Brazil. Growing economy and population will drive the demand for new roads, railways, airports, hospitals, schools. banks, infrastructure, water projects, energy projects, courts and legal system, new factories, houses, buildings, oil and natural gas refineries, power plants, wind energy turbines, solar power, cars, trucks, airplanes, ships , machinery and much more".

    Source(s): Sahit Muja : Albanian Minerals
  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    yes

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