Iran news headlines on Thursday include Iranian commander warning against any anti-Syria military move; Pakistan starting of importing of Iran gas by 2015; Iran and Cuba officials stressing over expansion of ties; country’s spokesman urging strengthen of Iraqi groups unity; Iran appointing of first spokeswoman; country’s standing first in region in phasic system and Kyrgyz PM congratulation of Iranian VP on his appointment.
Chief of Staff of Irans Armed Forces warned Washington and its allies against any attack on Syria, saying any military action against that country will burn the Zionist regime.
Islamabad says it will finish the pipeline projected to carry natural gas from Iran to Pakistan, and will start importing gas from its western neighbor by early 2015.
Iranian and Cuban officials in a meeting in Tehran underlined the necessity for using all potentials and opportunities to further strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries.
Iran condemned the terrorists blasts in Baghdad and other Iraqi cities, and called on different groups and streams to reinvigorate their unity and solidarity.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry has appointed career diplomat Marzieh Afkham as its new spokesperson, the first time the Islamic republic has named a woman to the position, reports said Thursday.
Iran stands first in the region in terms of phasic systems and soft computing, said Chairman of Iranian Parliament Education and Research Commission Mohammad Mehdi Zahedi, adding that the country has managed to win the predetermined goals.
Kyrgyz Prime Minister Jantoro Satybaldiev felicitated Eshaq Jahangiri on his appointment as Iran’s First Vice-President.
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