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A team of Iranian legislators, all members of the Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, plan to pay a visit to the country’s nuclear enrichment facilities in Fordo in the near future, a senior lawmaker announced.
A spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) says Tehran can prove in its talks with six world powers that it is not after building nuclear weapons.
The Palestinian Hamas movement has “resumed” relations with Iran after a temporary falling out over the Syrian conflict, a senior member of the Islamist movement said Monday.
The Iranian Army Ground Force plans to stage two large-scale military drills by the end of the current Iranian year (ends on March 20, 2014), a senior Army commander announced.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said the recent nuclear deal struck between his nation and world powers would evaporate should the United States Congress impose new economic sanctions on Iran, even those that would take six months to emerge.
The draft final communique of the 34th GCC summit includes a host of issues like relations with Iran and its nuclear program, the situations in Syria and Egypt, as well as the Middle East peace process, a senior Kuwaiti official said Tuesday.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham said Tuesday that the sanctions against Iran are ” oppressive” and should be lifted.
Head of Iran-China Joint Chamber of Commerce Asadollah Asgar Oladi said Iran is likely to open a bank in China.
Iran’s non-residing charge d’affair has said he will travel to Britain at the end of the next week.
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