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Saba-248 indigenous helicopter designed and created by Iran’s helicopter modernization experts, was unveiled on Tuesday.
Multiple fast-attack vessels from Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps came close to a U.S. Navy ship in the Strait of Hormuz on Saturday, forcing it to change direction, a U.S. official told Reuters on Monday.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani lashed out at Washington for its allegations against elections in Iran, calling on the American officials to focus attention to the recent presidential election in the US which was criticized both by the Republicans and Democrats instead of meddling with other countries’ affairs.
Iran says it has been informed by Washington that US nationals can have bank accounts in the Islamic Republic.
The first test train ran across the recently-completed bridge over the River Astarachay which forms the border between Azerbaijan and Iran at Astara on March 3, hauled by a GE/LKZ TE33A Evolution diesel locomotive.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Iran has much to offer in terms of enhanced maritime connectivity through multi-modal connection of Indian Ocean region with other regional and global markets.
Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari says that the naval forces do not need to buy any equipment from the Western countries.
According to Supreme Leader and government’s measure, Iran was in a situation that could easily ramp its nuclear program back up but its preference was continuation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), Iranian foreign minister Mohammad JavadZarif said during his interview with ISNA.
Iran said Tuesday it would continue its retaliatory measure of barring US visitors in response to President Donald Trump’s updated travel ban on predominantly Muslim countries.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif met with the Indonesian President Joko Widodo on Tuesday.