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Iran’s senior nuclear negotiator has said Iran and Powers will resume nuclear talks on UN headquarters in Vienna on Tuesday.
A senior Iranian parliament member has condemned US statement on imprisoned Iranian oppositions saying that the fate of the two leaders of the so-called ‘Green Movement’ in Iran only be determined and decided upon by Tehran. “the US should better worry about the large number of its inmates,” he said in an interview with Nasim.
Iran has accomplished building its Sepehr (Sky) radar with a range of 2500km and hopes to deploy and launch the system in coming months, a senior commander announced on Sunday.
Iran’s Navy Commander Admiral Habibollah Sayyari said the country has obtained self-sufficiency in building destroyers equipped with torpedo-launching missile, as hailing the Iranian experts’ capability in building systems locally.
Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said negotiations have been held to review Turkey’s proposal to double its gas imports from Iran, increasing it to 20 billion cubic meters annually.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reiterated that Iran-Saudi Arabia bilateral relations benefit the two countries and the entire region.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the next round of nuclear talks between the Islamic Republic and the six major world powers will be held with respect to Tehran’s “rights and interests.”
Iran’s largest private bank, , is suing the U.K. Treasury for some $4 billion in compensation for what it alleges was lost business due to British sanctions against Iran.
Sistan and Baluchistan province attorney-general has detailed about Iranian kidnapped border guards and conditions made by Jaysh al- Adl to release them.
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