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Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on Sunday reached agreement on seven more preactical measures which Tehran will take by May.
Turkey has started talks with Iran with a view to striking a deal for the construction of a gas pipeline that would carry natural gas from Iran to Europe via Turkey, a Turkish paper reports.
IAEA and Iran joint media statement in connection with implementation of framework for cooperation, 9 February 2014
Following talks between IAEA and Iranian experts in Tehran, the two sides today released the following joint statement:
Commander of Iran’s Khatam ol-Anbia Air Defense Base Brigadier General Farzad Esmayeeli said the air defense unit is protecting the country’s sky through a network of nerve endings which have stretched to 3,600 important and strategic sites now.
Majlis on Sunday approved the government proposed budget bill for the next Iranian calendar year of 1393 (to start on March 21).
Police Chief Brigadier General Esmail Ahmadi Moqaddam said Sunday the Iranian Police will seriously follow up the case of five Iranian border guards who were recently kidnapped in Iran-Pakistan joint border area.
Iran’s Petroleum Minister says it plans to introduce by June a new generation of oil contracts that are more attractive to investors.
A rebel group in southeastern territory of Iran, called Jaish-ul-Adl accepted the responsibility of kidnapping five border guards by posting a photo of them on their twitter account.
A US delegation of oil and energy economy experts and managers will visit Tehran in March.
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