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The Russian Foreign Minister has revealed that there are no real differences on practical issues between the six-party negotiators and Iran. What is needed now is to set down our understanding in a document, Sergey Lavrov told the Russian TVC channel.
Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli vowed to overcome the deficiencies in border control in Saravan region in Southeastern Iran, where 14 border guards were killed in a terrorist attack last month .
A senior Iranian lawmaker said the Islamic Republic would not succumb to pressure from the westerners who have urged the country to put an end to construction of a heavy-water research reactor in the central city of Arak.
Iran’s senior nuclear negotiator has said no deal would be signed unless it recognizes Iran’s national interests.
Iran’s border police commander said that some $30 million has been allocated for the security and sealing of borders in the southeastern province of Sistan and Balouchestan, that adjoins both Pakistan and Afghanistan, by the end of the Iranian calendar year (March 20, 2014)
Indonesian Parliament Speaker Marzouqi Ali is slated to pay an official visit to Tehran on Tuesday.
Iranian Police Chief Brigadier General Esmail Ahmadi Moqaddam said all the assailants involved in a terrorist attack near the country’s border city of Saravan have been identified, adding that the investigation into the case are still ongoing.
Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani on Saturday condoled with Philippine speakers of House of Representatives and Senate on loss of life of people in recent Typhoon Haiyan.
Iran’s priorities in electricity exports begin with country’s western, eastern and southern neighbors, while exports to Europe are among the long term plans of the country, a deputy energy minister said Saturday.
Iran’s national football team has defeated Thailand to take a huge step towards qualifying for the 16th edition of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup in Australia.
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