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President Rouhani underlined that negotiations and understanding are sole ways to settle the tensions existing in the region.
The 45th round of the Freestyle Wrestling World Cup started here in this western Iranian city on Thursday with a match between Iranian and Turkish wrestlers.
US President Donald Trump has once again accused Iran of seeking to develop nuclear weapons, arguing that he would prevent Tehran from ever gaining nukes.
Iran’s deputy minister for petroleum says the hawkish stance taken by U.S. President Donald Trump on the Iranian nuclear deal is a “passing hiccup” that should not affect foreign investment in the country’s energy sector.
Foreign Ministry spokesman said that Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will depart for Germany on Friday to attend the 53rd Munich Security Conference which is to be held within coming days.
Feb 15 Iran aims to export 20 to 25 million tonnes of steel annually by 2025, it said in an official statement on Wednesday, up from a previous goal of 10 million tonnes.
Foreign Ministry Bahram Ghasemi has said Zionist regims nuclear arsenal is the greatest threat to security and peace of the region and the world.
The Trump administration has been approaching Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Jordan and Egypt through their diplomatic missions in Washington with proposals to form a US-backed defense pact which would share intelligence with Israel and counter Iran’s influence in the region, according to media reports.
Russia, Iran and Turkey could bring positive impact to the Syrian conflict if they helped stabilize the ceasefire regime.
Head of the Strategic Research Center of Iran’s Expediency Council Ali Akbar Velayati said splitting Iraq into three parts among Shiites, Sunnis and Kurds is in contradiction with the Arab country’s polices.