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The head of the U.N. nuclear agency is asking key members of the organization to provide millions of dollars in extra funding that he says are needed to continue monitoring a deal temporarily restraining Iran’s nuclear programs.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Tehran will reach its objectives in the nuclear talks with world powers despite difficulties.
Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu plans to pay a visit to Iran next week.
Kazakhstan has expressed its readiness to host the next round of nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1 group of world powers over Tehran’s nuclear program, which is scheduled to be held in December.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry on Wednesday said London should avoid seeking excuses and show interaction if it wants rapproachment with Tehran.
Qom Seminary conference against terrorism and Presidential Office WAVE Conference will have good and noticeable effects on the region, International Affairs Adviser of the Leader Ali Akbar Velayati said here Wednesday.
Intelligence Minister Seyyed Mahmoud Alavi says the onus to respect people’s rights is on those who are in charge of ensuring security in the country.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the West should take trust-building measures in order to win the Islamic Republic’s cooperation in fighting violence in the Middle East region.
Iran’s oil minister rejected remarks by Russian officials that Iran has signed agreement with the country to barter oil for essential goods as mot true.
Iranian Ambassador to Spain Mohammad Hassan Fadayeefard underlined the peaceful nature of Tehran’s nuclear program, and said the Supreme Leader’s fatwa that has placed a strong religious ban on the acquisition, possession and use of atomic bombs leaves no room for western concerns over Iran’s nuclear activities.
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