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The United States is ready to engage in talks with Iran about Tehran’s nuclear energy program “on the basis of mutual respect,” the White House has announced.
Iran plans to build a new nuclear power plant, the country’s energy minister said on Saturday.
Iran has warned against the “serious danger” of Israel’s clandestine nuclear program, urging the international community to act responsibly to counter it.
The Iranian Armed Forces will display the country’s latest home-made military tools, weapons and equipments, including tactical troposcatter communications system as well as optimized Sky Guard and high-altitude S-200 missile systems, during the massive annual military parades in Tehran on Sunday.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani will hold talks with his Lebanese counterpart Michel Suleiman during his visit to the US.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to be accompanied by two of his deputies will take part in the talks with the Group 5+1 (the five permanent UN Security Council members plus Germany), a source revealed on Saturday.
Representative of the Jewish minority at the Iranian Parliament Siamak Morreh Sedq confirmed that he plans to accompany President Hassan Rouhani during his visit to New York, but added that he has not received the US visa yet.
The value of Iran’s annual petrochemical output may double to $40 billion, Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said.
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