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Two Iranian warships docked for refuelling on Monday in Port Sudan, across the Red Sea from Saudi Arabia.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif plans to pay a short visit to Spain in near future.
The Iranian foreign ministry deplored the kidnapping of hundreds of Nigerian school girls by Boko Haram, a Wahhabi Al-Qaeda affiliate in Nigeria, calling it an inhumane move.
Director of Carthage International Film Festival (CFF) in Tunisia has invited the Iranian cineastes to the 2014 edition of the event.
The expert-level negotiations between Iran and the sextet of world powers that began in New York on Monday have covered the procedures for drafting a comprehensive nuclear deal on Tehran’s peaceful nuclear program, Iranian foreign ministry spokeswoman said.
China on Tuesday welcomed the latest progress on the Iranian nuclear issue by Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Five brands of Iranian hand-woven carpets have been registered as the worldˈs intellectual property, the head of Iranˈs National Carpet Center announced.
Visiting Iranˈs Defense Minister Hossein Dehqan visited Chinaˈs Tiangong Space Station and several Chinese military centers, here on Tuesday.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has underlined the need for the promotion of ties with Iran, calling for increased interaction between Tehran and Islamabad.
A senior Foreign Ministry official said on Tuesday that Iran is to increase its contacts and visits to Saudi Arabia as bilateral cooperation between the two capitals would strengthen regional peace.
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