Turkish president invites Iranian counterpart for official visit

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Gul invites President Rouhani for official visit

Turkish President Abdullah Gul has invited his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani to pay an official visit to Turkey.

 

China ready to finance 7 Iranian steel projects

Head of the Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation, IMIDRO, Mehdi Karbasian said that Chinese MCC Company is ready to finance seven Iranian steel projects.

 

Leader says Iranians should have larger families

Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has called for the adoption of measures to encourage Iranians to have larger families and warned about the consequences of an aging population and a low birth rate.

 

Iran trying to quash pretexts for sanctions: Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the Islamic Republic is seeking to quash all pretexts for anti-Iran sanctions in the talks with the six major world powers over Tehran’s nuclear energy program.

 

Iranian delegation to visit Pakistan on recent cross-border terrorist attack

The Iranian Interior and Foreign Ministries are discussing to send a delegation to Pakistan to see Islamabad officials on the recent terrorist attack against the country’s border guards, a deputy foreign minister said.

 

‘Death to America,’ our trump card, Afrough says

A parliamentarian has said ‘death to America’ is Iran’s trump card and “he who favors abandoning the slogan, has not understood the Islamic Revolution and tyranny.”

 

Iranian MP slams Pakistan for lax border control

A member of the Iranian parliament called on the Pakistani security officials to show more responsibility in controlling their borders with Iran.

 

Commander: Iran’s borders largely blocked to terrorist groups

Iran’s border police commander said on Saturday that his forces have been able to repel ten terrorist groups which wanted to infiltrate the Iranian territory in recent months.

 

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