Iran news headlines on Wednesday include Rohani stressing over Iran’s approach for finding a solution fot nuclear issues; Iran’s Supreme Leader stressing over role of scientific growth in Iran’s progress; Russia supporting of Iran’s president’s nuclear stance; country’s Imam Khomeini port unveiling of new investments; Iraq’s Kurdistan region starting of crude oil export from Iran; Italy deputy FM remarks over increasing cooperation with Iran; Iran insistance on closer ties with Africa; Iran welcoming Afghanistan-Pakistan direct talks and French president urging expansion of ties with Iran.
Iranian President Hassan Rohani has reaffirmed Tehran’s determination to pursue a “win-win” approach to finding a solution to Iran’s nuclear issue.
Supreme Leader made the remarks in a meeting with hundreds of faculty members and researchers who were received by Ayatollah Khamenei to discuss their viewpoints with their leader on different issues, especially scientific and academic topics.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has urged support for Iranian President Hassan Rohani’s nuclear stance, saying Moscow “absolutely agrees” that Tehran’s nuclear issue should be resolved peacefully, not via ultimatums.
Director General of Imam Khomeini Port (BIK) said that we managed to attract considerable amount of investment of private sector in the filed of loading and discharge of within previous 2 years.
Iraq’s Kurdistan region is exporting crude oil by truck to an Iranian port for shipping to Asia, industry sources say, using a trade route that is likely to anger both Baghdad and Washington.
Italian Deputy Foreign Minister says Rome is willing to work closely with Iran as an influential country in the region to resolve regional issues.
Iran’s first vice-president says promotion of ties with African countries is a central plank of Tehran’s foreign policy.
The Iranian foreign ministry welcomed direct talks between the Afghan and Pakistani officials to settle the problems between the two countries.
French President Francois Hollande has called for the further enhancement of relations between his country and the Islamic Republic of Iran.
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