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A senior Iranian nuclear negotiator says the signing of fresh anti-Iran sanctions by US President Donald Trump is an attempt to destroy the country’s nuclear deal with world powers.
The endorsement ceremony for president-elect Hassan Rouhani two days ahead of his final swearing-in ceremony started at Imam Khomeini Hussainia in Tehran.
An informed source acknowledged on Thursday that visa for Iranian diplomatic team has been issued by Saudi Arabia.
Iran’s supreme leader on Thursday slammed the new U.S. sanctions on Tehran signed by President Donald Trump the previous day, and vowed his country would continue its missile program despite international pressure.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arabic and African Affairs Hossein Jaberi Ansari and the Russian Deputy Defense Minister Alexander Fomin on Wednesday discussed developments in Syria.
FM spokesman Ghasemi has slammed the recently signed anti-Iranian sanctions bill by US president Trump as a ‘regressive’, ‘unlawful’, ‘inhumane’ and ‘illogical’ move.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei reiterated the importance of the Resistance Economy, calling on Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to implement the policies of the plan to help tackle the country’s economic woes.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani vowed to take fundamental steps to combat unemployment and improve the country’s economy based the policies of the Resistance Economy in his second term in office.
Iran’s Deputy FM Hossein Jaberi Ansari has arrived in Turkish capital Ankara to hold talks with a number of Turkish officials on regional developments and Syria peace process.
Syrian Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Muallem said Iran is a partner in victories achieved in the fight against terrorism in Syria.