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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani stressed Tehran’s preparedness to sit to the negotiating table with the western states, including the US, but meantime, said such talks should be held based on mutual respect and without any preconditions.
Iran’s nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi says the first unit of Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) is set to be temporarily handed over to Iranians.
31 Iranian reformists in a letter to US President Barack Obama protested at Washington’s cruel sanctions against Tehran, and said the White House should provide the ground for equal and unconditional talks with Iran before any such meeting can take place.
Iran will not refuse of its right to enrich uranium on its territory, Iranian president Hassan Rouhani said during a military parade held in Tehran on Sunday.
Iranian foreign ministry spokeswoman strongly condemned the Saturday’s terrorist attack in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, which has so far claimed at least 59 lives and injured 175 others.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani is due to leave the Iranian capital for New York City to attend the 68th Session of the United Nations General Assembly.
Iran paraded 30 missiles with a nominal range of 2,000 kilometres on Sunday, the first time it had displayed so many with the theoretical capacity to hit Israeli targets.
Turkey’s President Abdullah Gul said the Geneva-2 meeting is unlikely to achieve any success in working out a solution to the Syrian crisis in the absence of Iran.
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