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Official data show that South Korea more than doubled its crude oil imports from the Islamic Republic of Iran in April month-on-month.
A senior Iranian lawmaker reiterated that the country’s defensive capabilities, including its advanced missile program, will never be up for negotiation in the course of nuclear talks between Tehran and six world powers.
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham said on Thursday that the recent anti-Iran stand adopted by the Canadian foreign minister is in line with the Zionist regimeˈs Iranophobia scheme.
The U.N. nuclear watchdog declined to say whether Iran had met a deadline on Thursday for starting to address suspicions it may have carried out atomic bomb research, adding to signs of limited progress so far.
An Iranian nuclear official has stressed the Islamic Republic’s “inalienable” right to nuclear research and development for peaceful purposes, saying Tehran will never surrender to nuclear apartheid.
Iranian Foreign Minister and chief negotiator Mohammad Javad Zarif and EU Foreign Policy Chief Catherine Ashton ended their closed-door meeting in the Austrian capital, Vienna, on Thursday.
The Leader of the Islamic Republic has said love of Islam, Quran, and nationalism are prevalent norms among the young people.
The 17th International Medical Supplies Exhibit (Iran Health) inaugurated here on Thursday with the participation of a large number of Iranian and foreign companies.
Iran is exporting 1.5 million barrels of oil a day, well above an export cap agreed with the international community last November, Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh said Thursday.
Commander of the Iranian Armyˈs Ground Forces Brigadier General Ahmad-Reza Pourdastan on Thursday underscored the complete preparedness of Iran’s Armed Forces to give a crushing response to enemies possible threats.
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