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The commander of the Khatam-ol-Anbiya Air Defense Base held talks on air defense systems with Russian Air Force Commander in Chief Lieutenant General Viktor Bondarev in Tehran on Sunday.
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh asked his organization to focus efforts on development of Phase 12 of the country’s South Pars gas field, a decision that realigns priorities for the giant offshore gas field.
Some members of Iran’s nuclear negotiating team attended a session of parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission on Sunday and briefed them on some details of talks with the six world powers in Geneva.
Iranian researchers from Mashhad University of Medical Sciences in association with researchers from the University of Minnesota, the US, succeeded in the production of non-viral medical nanocarriers.
The Sultanate of Oman will no longer represent Iran in Britain in coming days after Tehran and London appoint their non-resident charge d’affaires as the first step to re-open their embassies in the two capitals.
Iran plans to take part in an international oil and gas expo in Turkmenistan planned for mid November.
Chief of Staff of Presidential Office Mohammad Nahavandian said on Monday the presence of Iranian goods in international markets and recognition of the nuclear rights are considered as big victory for the Islamic Republic.
Deputy foreign minister for Euro-American affairs said Monday that Iran will not accept any pre-condition for attending the Geneva II conference on Syria.
Director of Sa’di Foundation, a cultural organization tasked with promotion of Persian language, said Iran is ready to resume cultural relations with the US provided that it takes the decisive first step.
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