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Iran’s ambassador in Iraq has said no arms trade deal has been signed between Iran and Iraq.
A Dutch parliamentary delegation is scheduled to visit Iran soon, Iranˈs Ambassador to The Netherlands Kazem Gharib Abadi said Tuesday.
Iran’s Basij (Voluntary) Force plans to stage massive drills in 6 provinces of the country on Thursday and Friday, a senior commander announced on Tuesday.
The Iranian Defense Ministry on Tuesday unveiled 21 electronic and radar projects in a special ceremony attended by Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan.
The Foreign Ministers of Iraq and Qatar will arrive in Iran on Wednesday for talks on expansion of mutual cooperation and ties.
UK Foreign Secretary William Hague expressed hope of expanding “bilateral engagement with Iran,” saying that UK “will continue step-by-step with these improvements in our bilateral relations providing they remain reciprocal.”
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says the Islamic Republic is determined to continue its nuclear talks with the P5+1 group until “final victory” is achieved for the Iranian nation.
A senior Iranian military official says the Islamic Republic has analyzed Israeli strikes during the 2006 war in Lebanon to boost its own defense capabilities against the U.S. and Israel.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei termed the general policies of the Resistance Economy as comprehensive and inclusive and said it has to be implemented with the same degree of comprehensiveness.
Iranian President’s Chief of Staff Mohammad Nahavandian underlined the country’s determination to expand relations with all European states, specially Germany, and said Berlin will benefit much from trade ties with Tehran.
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