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Senior member of the Iranian nuclear negotiating team Abbas Araqchi said the ground is prepared, to a considerable degree, for attaining an understanding in the nuclear talks.
A senior Iranian commander has ruled out any cooperation with the US in its so-called campaign against the ISIL Takfiris in Iraq, saying Washington is to blame for the growing terror activities in the Arab state.
Iranian Oil Minister Bjian Namdar Zanganeh said the most important sanction against Iran which should be removed is the oil sanction.
Iran’s Ambassador to the United Nations Hossein Dehqani urged the UN to show firm reaction to the terrorist attack on the Iranian embassy building in Yemen.
A senior Iranian energy official says phase 16 of the giant South Pars gas field in southern Iran has come on stream and fed millions of cubic meters of sweet gas into Iran’s gas trunkline.
Yemeni Foreign Minister Abdullah Mohamed al-Sayadi has denounced the recent bomb attack targeting the residence of Iran’s envoy to the country, stressing that Sana’a will seriously follow up on the issue.
Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) said Iran’s defense power and the Islamic Revolution’s inspiring role are the reasons for the country’s robust diplomacy in nuclear talks.
Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani and Speaker of the National Assembly of Pakistan Sardar Ayaz Sadiq signed an agreement for cooperation between the two parliaments.
Deputy Foreign Minister in Asia and Pacific Affairs Ebrahim Rahimpour, heading a delegation, arrived in London on Wednesday to attend an international conference on Afghanistan.
Jason Rezaian, Washington Post’s Tehran bureau chief, to be kept in jail for another 60 days, Tehran judge rules.
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