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Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will start their new round of expert talks in the Austrian capital on Monday.
Iran exported over 97 percent of its iron ore output to China in the first 6 months of the current Iranian calendar year (started on March 21).
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani underlined that the Iranian negotiating team is determined to defend the nation’s rights to advance its nuclear program in the upcoming talks with the Group 5+1 (the US, Britain, France, Russia and China plus Germany).
The Iran-Oman joint tourism technical committee meeting will be held in Tehran on November 3-4, a cultural official announced.
Iran’s Deputy Interior Minister Ali Abdollahi condemned the deadly attack against Iranian border guards in the Southeastern Sistan and Baluchestan province on Saturday, and laid emphasis on the implementation of the security agreement already signed by Tehran and Islamabad.
Iran remains committed to all nuclear-related treaties it has acceded to and continues to work in the field of nuclear science and other modern technologies, said parliament speaker on Sunday, but reiterated that nuclear weapons will always remain a forbidden taboo for the country.
Minister of Oil Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said on Sunday that sanctions on Iran will be softened, so efforts should be made to hasten pace of Iranˈs progress once the sanctions are lifted and of course the policy of the “Government of Prudence and Hope” is on the same basis.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says his administration will not be able to achieve its objectives without the cooperation of Majlis.
Iranian lawmakers have begun discussing the qualifications of President Hassan Rouhani’s proposed nominees for the three remaining vacancies in his Cabinet.
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