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At least 180 members of the US Congress have called on President Donald Trump to endorse the Iran nuclear deal, saying an American withdrawal from the pact would be against the interests of the United States and its allies.
President Donald Trump threatens to scrap the Iranian nuclear deal on the grounds that Iran is in violation of the “spirit” of the deal.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyib Erdogan issued a joint statement at the conclusion of the Turkish leader’s visit to Tehran, reaffirming the political will to strengthen bilateral and multilateral cooperation between Tehran and Ankara.
Four members from the Iranian delegation have been denied entry visas to attend the 2017 International Weightlifting Federation World Championships, set to run in Anaheim, California between November 28 and December 6. Sputnik spoke to an Iranian sports official about the cause of the incident.
In a Wed. meeting of High Council for Strategic Partnerships of Iran and Turkey in Tehran, Iranian President Rouhani and his Turkish counterpart stressed resolve for increasing the volume of trade transactions up to $30 billion.
No State or group of States has the authority to deprive other States of their legal rights for political considerations, said Iran’s Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations Eshaq Al-e Habib.
Ambassadors of EU nations in Washington confirmed their plans to meet meet with US senators to discuss Iran nuclear agreement.
The United States and Israel cannot tolerate Iran as an “independent force” and that is why Washington and its allies have been “tormenting” the people of Iran over the past decades, says prominent American scholar Noam Chomsky.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has rejected as “baseless” a recent US report linking Tehran to human trafficking.
A top Iranian lawmaker voiced the country’s readiness to assist its ally, Syria, with the reconstruction process in the post-war era.