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Qatar’s foreign minister said on Wednesday his country needed to have a healthy and constructive relationship with neighbouring Iran.
Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) is seeking peace, but peace is established when the enemies are scared of waging war against Iran and its consequences, IRGC commander said.
Second and last day of the fifth international meeting on Syria in Astana has kicked off Wednesday with bilateral meetings between the participating delegations, a Sputnik correspondent reported.
Major General Qassem Soleimani, the Commander of the IRGC Quds Force, says any aggressor who crosses Iran’s red lines will receive its devastating response.
Iran Minister of Petroleum said on Wednesday that the process of tender for developing Azadegan oil field had begun.
Lieutenant Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Brigadier General Hossein Salami praised the military might of the IRGC Ground Force, saying the forces have made the country’s borders “immune” from infiltration of foreigners.
Ranking diplomats from Iran and France met in Tehran for the third round of political negotiations, an initiative agreed on by the two countries’ president in 2016.
Secretary-General of International Conference in Support of Palestine Intifadha said that the Iranian diplomats and journalist kidnapped in Lebanon in 1982 are currently in the Zionist regime’s prisons and there is no evidence proving their martyrdom.
President of Iran congratulated Venezuela on the anniversary of the Latin American nation’s 1811 independence, saying Tehran eyes closer friendship and enhanced cooperation with Caracas.
Iran will allow its citizens to take part in this year’s hajj pilgrimage despite soaring tensions with archrival Saudi Arabia.