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Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov claims that to make future agreement on Iranian nuclear program binding, UN Security Council resolution to be needed.
Indian refiners paid $400m to Iran ahead of a Nov. 24 deadline of the interim deal with six world powers that allows Tehran to recover part of its overseas frozen oil revenues, two industry sources privy to the development said.
Muslim scholars around the world are slated to convene in Iran’s central city of Qom to exchange views on threats posed by extremist and Takfiri groups.
Iran’s Navy commander on Saturday announced that the Navy has successfully test-fired a new type of state-of-the-art torpedo in the country’s southern waters.
The fifth day of Iran-Group 5+1 nuclear talks begins Saturday with a meeting between deputy foreign ministers of the negotiating teams.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani and his Djiboutian counterpart Edris Arnato emphasized the need for both Tehran and Djibouti City to do their best to pave the ground for the further promotion of bilateral ties in all sectors.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif discussed the ongoing nuclear talks between Iran and G5+1 with his Austrian counterpart Sebastian Kurz here on Saturday.
Head of Iran’s Helicopters Company Seyed Mahmoud Azin announced that Iranian experts are able to repair and overhaul all types of choppers.
Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Hassan Firouzabadi underlined the country’s readiness to send weapons and equipment to Iraq to help its neighbor in campaign on terrorism.
Iran’s Navy commander voiced the country’s willingness to maintain friendly ties with its Caspian Sea littoral states.
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