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Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani underlined that Tehran is determined to forge ahead with its uranium enrichment program for peaceful purposes, and stressed that the size of uranium enrichment operation depends on the country’s nuclear facilities’ needs.
A partial suspension of western sanctions against Iran was enough for major car makers to attend an automotive conference in Tehran, with many hoping Sanctions relief given to Iran in return for its agreement to suspend part of its nuclear program are not limited or reversible.
As Iran and six major world powers signed an interim deal on Tehran’s nuclear program in Switzerland last Sunday, a senior Iranian military commander called on the western sides to prove their goodwill in the next round of negotiations.
Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Abbass Araqchi said on Saturday that about $15 billion oil revenues will be accessible as per the Geneva accord to take effect late December or early January.
Iranian Ambassador to Turkey Alireza Bigeli said Iran and Turkey have reached a five-article deal on Syria.
President Hassan Rouhani heading a delegation arrived in Assalouyeh in this southern province Saturday to visit the projects of the South Pars gas field development.
The newly-overhauled warship, Lavan, which has been equipped with advanced weapons and radar systems, and the newly-overhauled SH3D combat helicopter came back into operation in a ceremony attended by senior Iranian commanders on Saturday.
Iran’s first layered expressway was inaugurated here Saturday morning by Majlis (Parliament) Speaker Ali Larijani.
Former Intelligence Minister Heidar Moslehi underlined that the western-led sanctions against Tehran should not be blamed for the current economic problems facing the country.
Israel has reportedly sent a security delegation to Jordan for secret talks over regional issues including the recent nuclear deal between Iran and a group of six world powers as well as the ongoing crisis in Syria.
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