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Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Abbas Araqchi is to hold talks with European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton in the Belgium capital, Brussels, Tuesday morning, it was announced on Monday.
Iranian Senior Nuclear Negotiator Abbas Araqchi has arrived in Germany for talks with German officials on broad range of issues including Iran-G5+1 nuclear dialogues.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) will invest $2 million in three projects, which are aimed for reviving of the Anzali lagoon, head of the Gilan Province Environment Protection Organization, Amir Abdous said.
In an interview with Washington Post, Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Jawad Zarif, asserted that despite new American sanctions against Iran he has called American Foreign Minister John Kerry.
A top Iranian parliamentary official says Tehran will take part in the Geneva II Conference on the Syrian crisis, but will not accept any preconditions for its participation.
Iran is sending a top diplomat to Iraq to pursue a terrorist attack against a group of Iranian pipeline workers in the neighboring country.
Iran calls the recent US sanctions against a few Iranian entities a very wrong move, but says Tehran still honors the interim nuclear deal it reached with the Sextet over Iran’s nuclear energy program.
Irania-Azerbaijan joint border commission started work here on Monday.
President Hassan Rouhani Monday said producing weapons of mass destruction is not part of Iran’s defense doctrine as it is against the country’s religious beliefs and national interest.
A senior Iraqi politician said on Monday terrorist incidents, like the Friday one that killed 20 Iranians near Baghdad, would fail to derail bilateral ties as officials in both Iran and Iraq are determined to push relations to new levels despite all odds.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has developed the capability to design and manufacture various types of submarines, says a local official.
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