Leader says not optimistic about N-talks, not opposed either

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Leader says N-talks would lead nowhere but he would not oppose

Leader of the Islamic Republic has said nuclear negotiations would go nowhere but he would not oppose these talks.

 

Turkish parliament speaker departs for Tehran

Turkeyˈs Parliament Speaker Jemil Cicek left Ankara for Tehran on Monday at the invitation of his Iranian counterpart Ali Larijani to attend the 9th OIC Parliamentary Union conference.

 

Iran says may send forces into Pakistan territory

Tehran’s interior minister has warned Pakistan that Iranian forces may enter Pakistani and Afghan territory to released border guards seized by a rebel group.

 

FM: Iran-5+1 talks based on Joint Plan of Action

Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the upcoming talks between Iran and the Group 5+1 would only be limited to the issues agreed in the Joint Plan of Action singed on November 24, 2013.

 

Chinese economic team to visit Iran

Head of Iran’s Trade Promotion Organization (TPO) Mehdi Mir Aboutalebi said a Chinese economic delegation plans to visit Iran early March to discuss mutual cooperation and investment.

 

President: Energy, key issue for interacting with world

President Hassan Rouhani said Monday that energy plays a key role in interacting with the world based on national interests of all countries.

 

Video shows abducted Iranian guards in good health

A new footage shows five Iranian border guards abducted by the Jaish-ul-Adl Takfiri terrorist group in good health.

 

Iran negotiating team arrives in Vienna

Iranˈs negotiating team, led by Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, arrived in the Austrian capital on Monday.

 

Commander: Police ceaselessly following up fate of abducted border guards

Police Chief Brigadier General Esmaeel Ahmadi Moqaddam said Police is ceaselessly following up the fate of the five Iranian border guards recently abducted in the southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan.

 

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