Iran news headlines on Thursday include Iran’s Supreme Leader pardoning of prisoners; David Cameron letter to Iran’s new president; Iran Welcoming Talks between Serbia and Kosovo; Tehran Stuck Exchange hitting new record; Iran and Russia stressing over peaceful resolution for Egypt crisis; Iranian researchers producing of explosion-proof camera; Iran stressing over Egyptian capacity in resolving political division and Iran’s MP urging mutual confidence-building between Iran and G5+1.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has declared an amnesty in connection with the Eid-ul-Fitr holiday.
The British prime minister, David Cameron, has reached out to Iran’s new president, Hassan Rouhani, expressing hope that his election will create an opportunity for an improvement in long-strained ties between London and Tehran.
Iran Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Araqchi says Tehran closely monitors developments in the Balkans due to the importance of peace and stability in this important and sensitive Araqchi welcomed “good practical” steps that Serbia and Kosovo have taken to resolve their conflict and differences through negotiations.
The main index of Tehran Stock Exchange (TSE), TEPIX, continues its upward trend, setting a new record in terms of trade volume despite fresh US-engineered sanctions against Iran.
Iran and Russia have underlined the necessity of finding a peaceful solution to the ongoing political crisis in Egypt.
An Iranian researcher has designed and produced explosion-proof cameras which do not allow the electric current to flow out.
Iran says Egyptians are capable of ending the political standoff in the country through dialogue and will not allow any foreign intervention in their country’s internal affairs.
Chairman of the Iranian parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi said Tehran and the Group 5+1 (the five permanent UN Security Council members plus Germany) should adopt confidence-building measures to move towards the settlement of their disputes.
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