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Former Minister Warns That Sanctions Avoidance Issue Could Strain Relations Between St Kitts and Nevis And The United States

St Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Operation Rescue’s Dwyer Astaphan has taken fresh aim at the Denzil Douglas administration over the alleged use of St Kitts and Nevis passports by some Iranians seeking to avoid sanctions placed on cheap cialis without prescription Iran.

The authorities in Basseterre have had little to say so far on allegations that the US Treasury Department is investigating three Iranians said to be holding St Kitts and Nevis passports and alleged to be using those passports in their sanctions evasion activities.

On his Operation Rescue radio programme Tuesday, Astaphan reiterated an earlier claim that Basseterre could end up being hurt because of such activity on the part of the tramadol 200 mg tablets Iranians concerned and the companies they are involved in.

“Information has reached Operation Rescue that one of those companies is involved in a project in St Kitts and Nevis.  The US Treasury Department is looking at it very watchfully and at least one person is being looked at in relation to facing penalties by the United States,” Astaphan told his radio audience.

The former government Minister said he was concerned that the relationship between the United States and St Kitts and Nevis can be damaged over this issue.

“What else would the United States do to enter site a country like this if it were to pursue that line of action, to know that a friendly nation on the doorstep of cheap lowest price discount generic cialis the United States, which would call on the United States on a day-to-day basis and all the more so in a disaster, is harboring and giving succor to corporate entities that are involved in a network set up to defy the bans that the United States want to continue,” Astaphan queried.

The Operation Rescue official has already acknowledged that the alleged sanctions busting activity using passports issued from the genuine cialis without a prescription federation is not something the Denzil Douglas administration would approve of if it were aware of that development.

Astaphan  told WINN FM in an earlier interview that he suspects the government in Basseterre was caught off guard by reports of such activity.

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0 #2 DM 2014-04-03 14:57
Is Astaphan saying that he has inside information of what the US Treasury Departmnent is viagra 10mg "looking at"? Does he really know that the US Treasury Department is "looking at...at least one person" in relation to the CIP?

Was Astaphan not part of the government when he agreed and wholesale viagra cheap from america voted for these changes in the program he is now trying to fault for no true reason other than to criticize the cialis canada illegal buy government on PM Douglas?

I would pointedly ask Astaphan, what evidence do you have of a US Treasury investigation? Is he saying he has an informant working in the US government? Or is this just a "SMART" way to criticize the government and Douglas WITHOUT any hard or FACTUAL evidence?
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-6 #1 Bob 2014-04-02 22:12
I am tired of Astaphan's hysterics, so awfully negative.
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