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Iran, Palestine FMs discuss Gaza crisis in Tehran

Iranian and Palestinian foreign ministers have met to discuss Israel’s bloody military offensive against the blockaded Gaza Strip.

 

NAM Palestine meeting opens in Tehran

A foreign ministerial meeting of the Palestine Committee of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) has opened in the Iranian capital, Tehran, to discuss ways to stop the relentless Israeli onslaught against the Gaza Strip.

Iran, World Bank discuss expansion of cooperation

Iran and the World Bank voiced readiness to utilize all their possible capacities to pave the ground for widening and deepening mutual cooperation.

 

Iranian judiciary takes action to prosecute Israel for war crimes

Deputy Head of the Iranian Judiciary Mohammad Javad Larijani deplored the inhumane attacks of the Zionist regime against the Palestinians, and said Tehran has launched a legal pursuit into the Israeli war crimes in Gaza.

 

VP: Iran prioritizes exports, mutual cooperation with neighboring countries

Iranian First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri underlined that President Hassan Rouhani’s government prioritizes cooperation with the neighboring countries, specially to promote exports.

 

Iran planning to ink new oil contracts with foreign customers

An Iranian energy official voiced satisfaction in the outcomes of Tehran-world powers nuclear talks in Vienna in July, and said the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) is resolved to seize the opportunity to boost exports of its products to world states in the framework of new contracts.

 

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