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Talks between deputy foreign ministers of Iran and Group 5+1 after 3-day intensive negotiations ended in Geneva, Switzerland, on Wednesday evening.
Iraq’s Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jabouri has said that cooperation among oil producing countries would help curb oil price fall.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov commented on the talks on Iran nuclear deal, saying that the negotiations look very promising and the sides have agreed to the next round of negotiations at the level of deputy foreign ministers in mid-January.
Speaker of Iran’s Parliament Ali Larijani expressed Tehran’s support for any attempt to restore peace and stability in Syria, and underlined the significance of protecting the Arab country’s territorial integrity and national sovereignty.
During his annual press conference Russian President Vladimir Putin said that his visit to the Iranian capital Tehran is possible.
Iran’s Army plans to hold large-scale military exercises next week.
Reliable tax income is a good substitute for volatile oil prices in the budget, Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Ali Tayyebnia said.
A group of Iranian MPs has been invited by the British House of Commons to travel to London to discuss the reopening of the British Embassy in Tehran.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday the six world powers and Iran were “very close” to reaching an agreement on Tehran’s nuclear program.
Iranian Air Force spokesman said the force’s newest rockets will be test-fired in military exercises planned to be held next week.
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