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Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said on Wednesday that nothing has been decided so far on an exact date or venue for the next round of nuclear talks between Tehran and six major world powers.
A strategic railroad, passing through Iran, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan, came into service on Wednesday in a ceremony in Iran’s border province of Golestan.
We hope with serious steps taken by the six world powers in nuclear negotiations the comprehensive final agreement will soon be achieved, Deputy Foreign Minister for European and American Affairs Majid Tekht-e Ravanchi said here Tuesday.
Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Navy Commander Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi underlined Iran’s military might and preparedness of the country’s Armed Forces, and said that the US can no more pose any threat to Iran.
President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday gave an upbeat forecast about economic boom in Iran saying that major world companies and investors are waiting for new conditions in Iran to resume economic cooperation with Iran.
In a press conference on Wednesday morning, Iran’s FM spokeswoman has denied Iran’s military presence in Iraq against ISIL.
The 10th meeting of the Islamic Conference of Information Ministers inaugurated here Wednesday with an address by First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri.
An official in Iran’s petrochemical industry has said Iran would increase its petrochemical exports to Turkey, Russia and Central Asian countries.
President Hassan Rouhani said transfer of goods among regional states should cost cheaper.
Head of the Iranian Marine Industries Organization has announced latest achievements of the organization in marine industry.
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