Iran Currency Exchange, entrusted by the Petrochemical Mafia
Iran Currency Exchange, entrusted by the Petrochemical Mafia, according to Iran Gate, one of the key individuals who handles the laundering and transfer of funds for the buying and selling operations of the Petrochemical and Oil Mafia is Ehsan Taheri, the main person in charge of Iran Currency Exchange. He has been released with a bail of 2.5 trillion tomans, supported by Aghazadeh, Hossein Shamkhani, Heidarzadeh, Amin, and Ali Amraei, and is currently residing in Dubai.
Furthermore, the funds from the Catalyst case, worth 45 million euros, which were received as advance payments by the Petrochemical Mafia, are in the possession of Ehsan Taheri. After the investigations and the disclosure of corruption by the Petrochemical Mafia by Iran Gate, fear has arisen among the Petrochemical Mafia. For this reason, they sent one of their trusted individuals named Amir Azari to Dubai to persuade Ehsan Taheri to return the money.
Ehsan Taheri and Hossein Shamkhani are present in Dubai, and soon we will expose their corruptions.
Iran Gate has exclusively compiled a special file on Shamkhani and has published articles on this subject. One of the published articles is titled:
Corruptions of the Shamkhani Family under the protection of the Supreme National Security Council.
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