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Iranian parliamentarians reiterated support for the countryˈs nuclear negotiating team and appreciated its performance.
A deal on Iran’s disputed nuclear programme is improbable by a July 20 deadline and talks between Tehran and six world powers are likely to be extended for some months, a Western diplomat said on Tuesday.
South Korea’s crude imports from Iran reached 604,402 tons in June, which is more than double in month-on-month scale, the country’s customs data said.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said his administration is after ensuring peace in the region, noting that such a goal will be attained by possessing powerful armed forces.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said differences still persist between Tehran and six world powers in the course of nuclear talks, but made it clear that Iran has proposed multiple options to bridge differences.
Iran volleyball coach Slobodan Kovac said that they are not worried about facing Russia and Brazil in the FIVB Volleyball World League Pool I.
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