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Iran and the Western governments will have to consider different options in order to be able to agree on a final deal during the nuclear talks, said Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Monday.
Secretary of Expediency Council Mohsen Rezaei underlined the councilˈs support for the Iranian negotiating team in talks with the six world powers (the US, the UK, Russia, China and France plus Germany).
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif blasted the western powers and the Zionist regime for their propaganda against the Islamic Republic, and said Tehran’s recent approaches have made Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu feel distressed and upset.
Iranian Ambassador to Belgrade Majid Fahimpour condoled with the Serbian government and nation over the recent devastating flooding in the European country, and voiced Tehran’s readiness for dispatching humanitarian aid to Belgrade.
No doubt the today has gained its relevance as an influential force on the global scene, but to address realities of the international relations and a globalized economy, the bloc needs to establish an economic alignment.
An Iranian official said recently that efforts are underway by the National Center for Globalization Studies to improve the international status of Persian language and globalize it.
Iran boasts over 1 million cultural relics, said the deputy head of the countryˈs Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization.
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