During Thursday's press conference, on the sidelines of
"Our children who are sick with diseases such as cancer and multiple sclerosis are paying the direct consequences of the sanctions because they cannot get the medicines they need," Bani-Etemad said and that "it's the Iranian people who are bearing the impact of these international decisions, which are crippling our economy and making many lives miserable."
The effects of the US sanctions imposed upon
Hundreds of thousands of Iranians with serious illnesses have been put at imminent risk by the unintended consequences of international sanctions, which have led to dire shortages of life-saving medicines such as chemotherapy drugs for cancer and bloodclotting agents for haemophiliacs.
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