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Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh says the Iranian government will not suspend its gas export contract with Pakistan. He added that the country was ready to begin gas export to Islamabad.
The IRGC commander described the creation of ISIL terrorist group as part of a plot hatched by the enemies to confront the Islamic Revolution, but noted that the plot backfired and extended Iran’s influence in other countries instead.
Iran’s Vice-President for Legal Affairs Elham Aminzadeh said Tehran appreciates laws that help enhance commercial interaction with world countries.
About 720,000 vehicles, including sedan, truck and bus, were produced in Iran during March 21-Nov. 21, showing a growth of 70 percent year-on-year, said the deputy industries, mines and trade minister.
Iran’s inflation rate dropped by 1.3 percent and reached 17.8 percent in the month ending November 21, compared to the previous month, the government spokesman said on Tuesday.
The Iranian Navy’s Industrial Research and Self-Sufficiency Jihad Organization on Wednesday unveiled three new homegrown naval products, including a new radar system.
The Turkish foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has welcomed the invitation of his Iranian counterpart to visit Iran.
China’s crude imports from its major suppliers, including Iran, rose significantly in October versus a year ago, save for top exporters Saudi Arabia and Angola, detailed data from the General Administration of Customs showed Saturday, November 22.
Majlis (parliament) in an open session on Wednesday endorsed President Hassan Rouhani’s fifth nominee to head Ministry of Science, Research and Technology.
Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari underscored that the country’s advanced destroyer, ‘Damavand’, enjoys more capabilities than the first home-made destroyer, ‘Jamaran’.
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