Although with the efforts of the medical staff and health team they are being treated but the lack of access to some medical needs and drugs have made the job very difficult amid the spread of the coronavirus.
In a visit to one of Tehran’s hospitals, Iran’s secretary of the Judiciary’s High Council for Human Right, Ali Baqeri promised that Iran will sue those behind these pharmaceutical sanctions.
The Iranian top official also slammed Washington’s health terrorism saying that those behind these sanction are meaner than the Daesh terrorists.
The secondary US sanctions punish any country that enters in business with Iran, including in the medical and pharmaceutical sectors. The United States claims that its maximum pressure policy won’t stop the supply of medicine and other humanitarian necessities, but banking sanctions are driving up import prices and blocking supply chains.
Patients with rare diseases across the globe have common pains. Iran says Washington should answer why these peoples’ lives must be affected by the political developments.