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Deputy FM Hassan Ghashghavi has said Mohammad Javad Zarif will attend an open session in Parliament tomorrow to answer MPs’ questions.
Wherever needed, Iran is prepared to adopt measures against the Zionist regime of Israel, a senior Iranian military official said Sunday.
Speaker of Majlis (Parliament) Ali Larijani criticized those countries which think oil prices drop can do harm to Islamic countries and said Iran is practicing to achieve an economy which is not based on oil.
The Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) may undergo a restructuring and development plan following its decision to launch nuclear cooperation with other countries in addition to Russia, Iran’s nuclear chief said.
Governor General of Gilan Province, Mohammad-Ali Najafi, said on Sunday that Chinese and Russian businessmen are ready to invest in the project for construction of Rasht-Astara railroad and the bid is on agenda.
Chairman of Iran’s Expediency Council Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani called for the further expansion of Tehran-Moscow relations in a bid to confront the western sanctions.
Iran’s President Rouhani says nuclear talks are a matter of ‘heart,’ calls for end to Iran’s isolation.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) announced on Monday that it has arrested members of a terrorist team in the city of Sarbaz in the southeastern province of Sistan and Balouchestan.
A senior Iranian cleric renewed the call for a unified Islamic community, and lashed out at certain regional states for inciting division among the Muslims.
A ranking Iranian commander said the local experts have acquired the technical know-how to manufacture all types of defensive equipment inside the country.
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