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Iran to test new indigenous missiles: Cmdr.

Iran news headlines on Wednesday include Ground Forces of Iran’s Army test-firing new indigenous missiles during military drills in near future; Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman calling Iran-Turkey relations as strategic; dockage of Iran Navy’s 25th fleet at Oman port soon; Russia urging immediate resumption of Iran-P5+1 talks and Iran cancellation of visa requirements for Egyptians.

 

Iranian Army’s Ground Forces to test new indigenous missiles: Cmdr.

A senior Iranian commander says the Ground Forces of Iran’s Army will test-fire new indigenous missiles in upcoming military exercises in central Iran. The second-in-command of the Army’s Ground Forces Brigadier General Kioumars Heidari said on Wednesday that the new domestically developed missiles will be launched in the week-long drill due to be held in Isfahan Province in June.

Iran-Turkey ties strategic: Iran Foreign Ministry spokesman

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast has described Iran-Turkey relations as strategic, saying the maintenance of mutual ties and cooperation contributes to the security of the region.

Iranian Navy’s 25th Fleet to dock at Omani port of Salaleh: Cmdr.

Iran’s Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari says the Navy’s 25th Fleet of warships will dock at Salalah port in Oman soon. “Currently, the Navy’s [25th] Fleet of warships, comprised of Alborz destroyer and Lark logistics warship, is at the entrance of Bab el-Mandeb Strait,” the top commander said on Wednesday.

 

Ryabkov calls for speeding up convention of round of talks between Iran, p5+1

Russia called on Tuesday for speeding up the convention of the round of talks between Iran and the p5+1 over Tehran’s nuclear program. (ITAR-TASS) News Agency Quoted the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov as saying that Moscow was currently working to find a suitable timing for convening another round of talks between the two sides.

 

Egypt: Iran cancels visa requirements for Egyptians

The Iranian government approved on Tuesday a draft resolution to cancel visa requirements for Egyptian tourists, reported an Iranian news agency.

Egyptians are allowed to stay for a 20- day visit in Iran, according to Feras news agency.

 

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