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Defense minister underlined that nuclear energy should be used in marine technologies , including marine propulsion systems, to reduce the environmental effects.
President Hassan Rouhani is to have one-day visit to Oman and Kuwait on Wednesday February 15, 2017.
A senior Iranian official says Western countries must make amends for their lost ground in the implementation of the landmark nuclear agreement signed between the Islamic Republic and six global powers in 2015.
Iran and Luxembourg have laid emphasis on the need for all the parties to a multilateral nuclear deal between Iran and six other countries to comply with their contractual obligations.
Iran’s permanent representative envoy to the UN has urged global coordination to prevent imprudent and dangerous unilateral actions in the name of fighting terrorism.
Finance Minister Ali Tayyebnia and Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn signed an agreement on Monday for mutual encouragement and supporting investment to guarantee capitals of the economic activists of the two countries working in Iran and Luxembourg.
Iran is implementing the deal on its nuclear programme agreed with world powers, the head of the U.N. atomic energy watchdog said on Tuesday, amid concerns the United States will try to alter the terms.
Iranian First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri underscored his country’s strong determination to continue progress in defense and missile programs.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Jaberi Ansari announced that the new round of Astana talks will focus on keeping the all-inclusive ceasefire in Syria in place.
An Iranian oil official dismissed comments by an MP that a new format of the country’s oil contracts has been abandoned, saying the high degree of sensitivity requires experts to spend more time on formulating the final version of the contract before it comes into force.