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In an extensive interview with Khamenei.ir, Iran’s senior negotiator Seyed Abbas Araghchi elaborated on the role of the Leader in nuclear talks.
Iran, the US and the EU have wrapped up two days of high-level talks in the Omani capital city of Muscat about disagreements hindering a comprehensive deal on Tehran’s nuclear energy program.
Senior Iranian nuclear negotiator Abbas Araqchi tells Press TV that no progress has yet been achieved in trilateral talks between Iran, the US, and the EU over Tehran’s nuclear energy program.
US State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki announced that Iran stopped using the advanced IR-5 centrifuge for uranium processing, a controversial enrichment method reported by the International Atomic Energy Agency, which had raised US claims against it.
Two days of tough talks to limit Iran’s nuclear program failed Monday to make major headway toward a final deal -a foreboding sign for years of negotiations that are set to expire in less than two weeks.
President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday nominated Fakhreddin Ahmadi Danesh-Ashtiani as the new Minister of Science, Research and Technology.
Tehran and Baghdad are planning to establish a joint bank to facilitate trade transactions and money transferring between the two sides, Iranian Vice President Mohammad Shariatmadari announced on Tuesday.
President Hassan Rouhani said Iran was determined to boost political and economic ties with the member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Russia is to build eight nuclear power units in Iran, as a new partnership agreement, guaranteed by the IAEA, was signed in Moscow on Tuesday.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met with the Omani Deputy Prime Minister Prince Fahd bin Mahmud here on Tuesday.
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