Iran rejects report on delivering chlorine bombs to Syria

Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:

 

FM: Zionist report accusing Iran of delivering chlorine bombs to Syria baseless

A Foreign Ministry statement announced on Thursday that Zionist propaganda machineˈs alleged report on delivering chlorine bombs to Syria by Iran is baseless, fabricated.

 

New contracts signed in the 19th oil show

To support domestic manufacturing, South Pars Gas Complex signed a contract worth more than 110 billion rials with domestic companies.

Europeans in talks with Tehran over gas imports from Iran: Official

An Iranian energy official announced that four European states have held negotiations with Tehran on possible gas imports, but noted that no agreement has so far been finalized.

 

Iran describes experts talks with world powers as fruitful

Iran announced on Thursday that the recent experts talks with the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, Britain and France plus Germany) have been fruitful.

 

Tehran, Accra sign MoU on transportation

Iranian and Ghanaian officials in a meeting in Tehran inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on transportation cooperation between the two countries.

 

Iranian carmaker sets conditions for Peugeot to return to Iran

Iranian carmaker Iran Khodro has set conditions for French giant Peugeot to return to the Iranian market.

 

Iran Co. repairs Oman refinery

Iran’s Rampco engineering construction and maintenance company has repaired an oil refinery in the Persian Gulf city of Oman, the company’s director said.

Iran, China plan to expand media cooperation

Senior media officials of Iran and China emphasized the need for both Tehran and Beijing to stretch new horizons and open new chapters to expand cultural cooperation, announcing a joint radio station is scheduled to be established by the two countries’ relevant bodies in the near future.

 

Iran-P5+1 expert-level nuclear talks useful: EU official

A European Union official has termed as “useful” the latest round of expert-level talks between Iran and six major world powers on Tehran’s nuclear energy program.

 

Iran students gear up solar car for US challenge

Clouds may still linger over relations between Washington and Tehran, but that’s not stopping a group of Iranian students and their teachers from gearing up for a summer road trip through the American heartland.

 

 

The Iran Project is not responsible for the content of quoted articles.