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The United Arab Emirates, which has a history of talking tough on Iran while still buying its oil, appears to be taking steps to comply with looming U.S. sanctions against the Islamic Republic's energy industry.The UAE is committed to abiding by the sanctions and will look for condensate supplies from countries other than Iran, Energy Minister Suhail al-Mazrouei said Tuesday.The UAE is a U.S. ally and has welcomed a tougher stance against Iran. When it comes to oil and gas imports from Iran, however, the UAE has a track record of prioritizing domestic energy needs over regional rivalries. The oil tanker Falcon Pride departed Assaluyeh in Iran for the UAE on Oct. 1, the data show.
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