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Iran’s Leader top Aide Ali Akbar Velayati said in an interview with IRIB, that French president’s interference in Iran’s missile program is not in interest of France and Macron.
The director general of Iran’s Ashrafi Esfahani International Airport said quake-stricken people in the western province of Kermanshah have received no relief aid from foreign countries yet, as rescue operations entered their fifth day on Friday.
A senior Iranian diplomat at the United Nations (UN) says Saudi Arabia is the birthplace of the dangerous ideology known as Takfirism, which is employed by such terrorist groups as Daesh.
US Congressman has urged the United States to slam Saudi Arabia attack plot against Iran, Qatari media Al Jazeera reported.
Despite almost a week of hard work and uninterrupted relief operation, the Iranian civilian and military forces are still busy helping victims of a massive earthquake that struck the western province of Kermanshah on November 12.
Five American senators in a letter to US Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson urged US to accelerate relief donations process to quake-stricken people in western Iran.
The third round of negotiations between Iran and the European Union will be held in Isfahan under the heading of ‘Nuclear cooperation; Progresses and Prospects.’
The ties between Bank Sepah of Iran and German state banks are expanding, said head of international office of Bank Sepah of Iran on Saturday.
Iranian envoy to Londan says that the case of UK government debt to Iran from a 1974 and a 1976 arms deal is irrelevant to the case of British spy in Iran.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is scheduled to leave Iran for Turkey on Sunday to hold talks with Turkish and Russian counterparts on the latest developments in Syria.