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Two top Iranian and European diplomats are to meet to resolve the remaining issues over Tehran’s nuclear energy program.
An informed official at Iran’s ministry of foreign affairs said Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif’s visit to Turkey has nothing to do with the recent developments in the neighboring country, namely a scandalous corruption case in Turkey.
Over 200 Iranian lawmakers endorsed a draft bill which requires the government to enrich uranium to the 60 percent grade, a senior MP announced on Saturday, adding that the double-urgency bill will go under voting in the next two weeks.
Iran said it is waiting for Lebanese officials’ explanation of the death of Majed al-Majed, the Saudi commander of the terrorist group responsible for the recent attack on Iran’s embassy in Beirut.
Head of Presidential Office Mohammad Nahavandian said Saturday that the call of opposing extremism must be heard by the entire world from the Islamic Iran.
Bloomberg has released a report on growth of stock exchange in Tehran, highlighting its remarkable growth comparing to global exchange index.
Iranian ambassador to Italy Jahanbakhsh Mozafari said Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta will probably visit Iran.
Head of Iran-Italy parliamentary friendship group said Saturday that expansion of bilateral cooperation is on the agenda of the visiting Italian delegation.
A representative of Germany’s main conservative parties CDU/CSU, (the Christian Democratic Union of Germany (CDU) and the Christian Social Union of Bavaria (CSU)) will arrive in Tehran on Tuesday to discuss ties with Iranian officials.
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