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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says terrorism is on the verge of ultimate defeat in the Middle East, stressing the complementary role of diplomacy and resistance in defeating terrorists.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said on Monday that I do love revolutionary youth and that they are the country’s assets.
Foreign ministry spokesperson has rejected claims that Iran would come to a sort of understanding with western sides for dividing Syria into spheres of influence.
President Hassan Rouhani sought to reassure Iranians on Sunday that the government would work to protect market stability after the country’s currency fell to a record low last week.
Iranian Parliament Deputy General for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said the UNSC resolution to support the Syrian ceasefire would be effective in fighting terrorism.
Economy Minister Ali Tayyebnia said the government has reached “the stiff core of the inflation” and that “it has become difficult to fight it”.
An Iranian energy official denounced Turkmenistan for going back on its word and cutting off gas supplies to Iran abruptly, saying, however, that Iran’s ability to feed the countrywide gas grid remains unaffected by such “immoral” measure by the Ashgabat government.
President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday that the government respects the Constitutional rights of the people and the freedoms envisaged by the Constitution including the economic, social and cultural rights.
Iranian state TV is reporting the country’s coast guard has detained 21 fishermen and their three boats from neighboring Arab nations for straying into its territorial waters and fishing rare species.
Iran’s Defense Minister on Monday inaugurated a production line for small caliber ammunition.