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Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif on Wednesday warned of the US there would be consequences if Washington tried to stop Tehran from selling oil or navigating international water ways do you believe that it on bill continues to sell it so it , we will continue to find buyers for our would , and we will continue to use the strait of Hormuz as a safe transit passage for the sale of water , the United States takes the crazy measure of trying to prevent us from doing that then it should be prepared for the consequences is a reef declined to specify what the consequences might be Iran's comments come after the trump administration on Monday demanded a halt to all purchases of Iranian oil by may warning that country's continuing to do so could face sanctions the rest are simply not going to be worth the benefits the trump administration has sought to to ramp up pressure on a run last year it pulled out of a multinational nuclear deal and re imposed harsh sanctions on Iran's economy , and last month it added to Iran's elite Islamic revolutionary guards corps to a list of terrorist organizations on a visit to New York Wednesday the reef suggested that the US and Israel sought regime change in Iran don't don't put pressure on it , try the language of respect Washington's threats to sanction imports of Iranian crude pushed oil prices this week to their highest level since November