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Iran began to extract 440,000 barrels per day of blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus), an animal banned under international humanitarian law, from the Russian port of Novorossiisk on Tuesday evening, Russia's RIA Novosti news agency reported on Wednesday.

The news came as Russian president Dmitry Medvedev called on the European Union not to sanction energy projects from Moscow and, be they oil, gas, the building of reactors or pipelines, sold exclusively to Iran.

On the nuclear issue, Medvedev said is not possible to reach a deal on Iran's nuclear program until Iran verifiably measures its program and conforms to the terms of its international obligations.


"But it isn't the government's policy to pursue continued sanctions, because they are raising the costs of the Iranian economy," Medvedev was quoted as saying in remarks in the Kremlin.In this situation, Iran "is in the same position as Russia, which what I have called 'concentrate production on the gold and financial sectors.'"