IAEA has no right, duty to visit military sites: Salehi

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Salehi: IAEA inspectors not entitled to visit military, missile sites

 Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi said the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) inspectors are not entitled to visit Iranˈs military and missile sites because of the fact that they have no duty to do so.

 

Phase 12 of South Pars to be operational in days

Iran is set to start pumping natural gas from the biggest phase of the giant offshore South Pars gas field this week.

 

Iran-5+1 talks continue in Geneva on Saturday

Iran and the G5+1 are to continue their expert-level talks on Tehran nuclear program in Geneva at 11:30 local time (0800 GMT) Saturday.

 

Downgrading level of enrichment will reflect Iranˈs need: Araqchi

Member of Iranˈs nuclear negotiating team with the P5+1, Abbas Araqchi has said that downgrading level of uranium enrichment will reflect Iranˈs need.

 

Finland keen to join Iranian mineral projects

Finish Outotec Company has expressed its wiliness to join Iranian plans for developing iron ore and pelletizing projects.

 

Iran’s steel productions surpass 14 million tons

Iran’s steel production totaled 14, 071, 000 tons in the 11 months of the current year, rising 6 percent comparing to the same period last year.

 

Iran’s crude exports to remain 1mbpd, says N. Negotiator

A member of Iranian nuclear negating team said the volume of Iran’s crude exports will remain at 1 million barrels daily based on Geneva deal.

 

Mashhad-Manama direct flight resumed

Iran Air resumed direct flights between Mashhad, Razavi province, and Manama of Bahrain on Saturday.

 

Italian FM arrives in Iran

Italian Foreign Minister Emma Bonino arrived in Tehran Saturday afternoon for an official visit which will include meetings with senior Iranian officials.

 

Iranians celebrate winter arrival on Yalda Night

Iranians are preparing to mark their cultural winter feast traditionally called Yalda Night (Shab-e Yalda or Shab-e Chelleh), a celebration with ancient ties.

 

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