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Iran’s foreign minister said Sunday his country will continue nuclear negotiations with world powers, even after pulling out of expert-level talks to protest the U.S. targeting companies it says evaded current sanctions.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Seyed Abbas Araqchi left Tehran for Berlin a few hours ago.
A delegation from the European parliament has traveled to Tehran for a six-day visit to meet with Iranian lawmakers and officials including a group of female MPs, representatives of nongovernmental organisations, and human rights activists.
A senior Iranian lawmaker here on Sunday announced that the upcoming visit to Tehran of former British foreign secretary Jack Straw has been fixed.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said his administration attaches great significance to the development of the giant offshore South Pars gas field phases.
Iranian skiers won two gold and bronze medals of the men’s small slalom, getting qualified for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic.
Iran has canceled a planned $500 million loan to Pakistan to build part of a pipeline to bring natural gas from the Islamic Republic.
Iran says it has no knowledge of the whereabouts of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson, who U.S. authorities have long presumed had been captured there.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif plans to visit Pakistan in coming days to take part in a ministerial meeting of the 8 Muslim Developing countries, known as the D8 Group.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said the fresh sanctions imposed by the US against a number of individuals and companies for violating the previous embargos against Iran will trouble the Geneva deal and inflict harm on the West’s interests.
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