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The Deputy Foreign Minister for international and legal affairs Seyyed Abbas Araqchi said Iran will by no means limit itself to imports from certain countries and firms.
A member of the Iranian Parliament’s Energy Commission criticized Pakistan for its repeated delays in commissioning the IP gas pipeline, stressing that the project is no more beneficial to Tehran.
Iran’s FM spokeswoman has said unscheduled meetings of EU foreign policy chief visit as an example of EU double standards towards human-rights issue.
Iranian Saipa and Chinese Changan car manufacturing companies have agreed to produce two models of cars jointly.
As much as 2 billion dollars of Energy Fund’s foreign exchange reserves were spent in South Pars gas field over the past two years.
Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Brigadier General Masoud Jazayeri said here on Monday that Iran would not allow West to interfere in its domestic affairs.
Iran’s speaker of the Parliament has told Al-Mayadeen Iran is ready to settle issues with Saudi Arabia
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif described as ‘useful’ his talks with the visiting EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton in Tehran.
Michael Mann Spokesman of the EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton said Ashton is to consider potentials for future cooperation, but mutual ties depend on progress in Iranˈs nuclear dossier.
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