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Iran’s supreme leader gave strong backing on Sunday to his president’s push for nuclear negotiations, warning hardliners not to accuse Hassan Rouhani of compromising with the old enemy America.
Iran enjoys a high level of security compared with regional countries, said Intelligence Minister Seyed Mahmoud Alavi Sunday morning in the northern city of Sari.
Energy ministers of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) member states in a meeting in Tehran elected Iran’s nominee Seyed Mohammad Hossein Adeli as the next secretary-general of the gas cartel.
Iran Deputy Foreign Minister for Consular, Parliamentary and Iranian Expatriates Affairs Hassan Qashqavi says 25 Iranian nationals imprisoned in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have been released.
Austrian Deputy Foreign Minister Reinhold Lopatka has called for the further development of relations between Tehran and Vienna.
The Iranian people chant the slogan “Death to the US” due to their lack of trust in Washington’s policies and stances, Iranian Parliament Speaker’s advisor for international affairs Hossein Sheikholeslam said on the threshold of November 4, the anniversary of the US embassy takeover in Tehran.
Deputy Foreign Minister and member of Iran’s nuclear negotiation team Abbas Araqchi said on Sunday the historic day of Aban 13 (Nov 4) belongs to the whole nation.
Iran’s seven-member national rugby team defeated on Saturday Afghan rugby team 7-33 to win rugby championship in western Asia.
President of FIFA Sepp Blatter will travel to Iran on November 6 and he will also meet President Hassan Rouhani on Thursday, Ali Kaffashian head of Iran Football Federation said on Saturday.
Two international theater festivals in Thailand and Turkey are slated to host Iran’s 27-Aban Theater Troupe’s works directed by Hamed Zare’an.