Iran news headlines on Sunday include Iran president defending of his nominations for cabinet in Majlis; country increasing export of agricultural products to Russia; Iranian FM calls for national dialogue in Egypt; Iranian lawmaker urging Majlis verifying UK goodwill for ties with country; Rouhani visiting Kyrgyzstan for participation in SCO summit; Iranian lawmaker condemnation of massacre of Syrian Kurds; country commander stressing over IRGC mightily protection of Persian Gulf security and Iran’s FM warning over spreading of waves of Islamophobia.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is set to appear to before the Majlis to defend his choices for the positions of the 11th country’s administration’s Cabinet.
Iran has increased export of its agricultural products to Russia, a senior Russian official announced.
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi underlined the necessity for the start of broad-based National Dialogue meetings in crisis-hit Egypt to work out democratic mechanisms to meet people’s demands.
An Iranian lawmaker says Majlis must verify Britain’s goodwill before giving the green light for the improvement of relations with the country.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will visit the Kyrgyz capital city of Bishkek in September to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit in the Central Asian country.
Iran’s Kurdish lawmakers have slammed the massacre of scores of Syrian Kurds by the foreign-backed Takfiri militants and called for international action against such crimes.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps is protecting security in the world’s most important energy corridor in the Persian Gulf very powerfully, an IRGC commander stressed.
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi warned against the spread of a new wave of Islamophobia by the West and through its support for extremist and Takfiri groups, including al-Qaeda, in Muslim countries.
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