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A senior US diplomat says Washington’s recent decision to deny a visa to Iran’s newly-appointed envoy to the UN has not affected nuclear negotiations between Tehran and six world powers.
A senior Iranian official says the Islamic Republic will file a lawsuit against the United States over its decision to deny visa to Tehran’s newly-appointed ambassador to the United Nations, Hamid Aboutalebi.
Iran equipped its vessels and coastal defense units with Ghadir cruise missiles to reinforce defense measures in its territories and waters.
The governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) says Tehran is in talks with European businesses about potential investment in the country as soon as sanctions against the Islamic Republic are lifted.
Iran’s Taekwondo Team was crowned as the champion of German International Taekwondo Tournament, winning six gold, one silver and bronze medals.
Iran’s ambassador to Moscow has met with Special Representative of the Russian Federation’s President.
Tehran says it can pursue through the UN the issue of the United States’ visa denial to Iran’s newly-appointed envoy to the UN, Hamid Aboutalebi.
Official says Iran’s air forces are going to hold a special series of exercises this year.
Turkish Minister of Development Cevdet Yilmaz, who co-chairs the Iran-Turkey Joint Economic Commission, is set to pay an official visit to Iran to discuss ways to increase economic transactions and joint business ventures.
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