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Moscow says it is optimistic about an overarching agreement between Iran and six world powers over Tehran’s nuclear energy program.
Brave Iranian border guards have full control over both Persian Gulf and Sea of Oman, as worldˈs energy highway and main gate, Navy commander said here Wednesday on the Persian Gulf Day.
Malaysian Minister of Foreign Affairs Datuk Seri Anifah Aman is set to pay an official visit to Tehran to discuss political, regional and international issues with senior Iranian officials.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani repeated the country’s opposition to the proliferation of atomic weapons, and underlined that Tehran is using nuclear technology for peaceful purposes.
Iranian and Azeri officials in a meeting in Baku underlined their determination and interest in the further consolidation of bilateral relations.
Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps highlighted the IRGC’s superiority over all armed forces in the world, saying it comes from his forces’ ideological preparedness.
Iranian Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian announced the country’s self-sufficiency in designing and building dams and power plants.
Head of Iran’s Civil Aviation Organization Ali Reza Jahangirian said the government is studying resumption of direct flights to the US, adding that the technical problems have earlier been resolved.
2 Iranian women are due to participate in Paris-Dubai driving rally which started on April 15.
President Hassan Rouhani said on Thursday that the Islamic Republic will not spare any effort to remove illegal sanctions imposed on the country.
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