The UN Security Council on Sunday removed the Iranian bank Sepah and its international subsidiary from the UN sanctions blacklist after Iran came into compliance with the nuclear deal.
Iran's oldest bank, Bank Sepah and Bank Sepah International, were placed on the sanctions list in 2007 for supporting Iranian firms linked to the developement of missile technology.
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