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Russian President Vladimir Putin told Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Monday he believes there is a “real chance” to resolve the international standoff over Tehran’s nuclear program, the Kremlin said.
Representatives from Iran and the six major world powers are set to resume a fresh round of talks about Tehran’s nuclear energy program in the Swiss city of Geneva in two days.
A member of Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission warned Paris on Monday that continuation of the current antagonist policies by France could force Iran to reconsider its relations with the EU member state.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told that Iran and the P5+1 countries have progressed 90% to achieve a nuclear deal during last two talks in Geneva and there are only a 10% discussion to solve the differences.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki is slated to visit Iran to discuss implementation of a border agreement signed between the two countries in Algerian capital, Algiers, in 1975, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Ground Force announced on Monday that it has arrested the terrorists who assassinated the prosecutor of Zabol city in Sistan and Balouchestan province less than two weeks ago.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said Iran, enjoying ancient civilization and young generation, can play a key role in promotion of science and technology across the globe.
President Hassan Rouhani said management of water resources is the most basic challenge the Iranian government is currently facing.
Former caretaker of Iran’s High Council for Iranian Expatriates Akbar Trokan said on Monday he will no longer be in charge of pursuing resumption of direct Iran-US flight, as the vice president for executive affairs is now in charge of the mission.
Iran has extended its condolences to the Russian government and nation over a deadly plane crash which left dozens of people dead.
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