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Foreign Ministry is closely watching the nuclear talks trend and will make “new decisions” if it reachs the conclusion that the talks are not moving in a track leading to a comprehensive, fair and reasonable agreement which will include Iran’s demands.
President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday evening that breaking the anti-Iran sanctions is the only way to achieve national progress.
Iran’s foreign minister said on Wednesday serious dialogue with the West would be easier if it respected Muslim sensitivities, ruffled by the latest Charlie Hebdo cartoons, as he began nuclear talks with the chief U.S. diplomat.
President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday that greater steps should be taken in the field of peaceful nuclear technology and Iran has to become a nuclear power plant building state.
Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham said on Wednesday that the swift trend of the oil price reductioin has indicated that it is a politically-motivated move.
Iranian VP and head of Environmental Protection Organization has said the government is ready to hear disagreements, criticisms and comments provided by grassroots groups.
The executive operation to construct Bushehr Port development project started on Negin Island in presence of President Hassan Rouhani.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry on Wednesday lashed out at the satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo for printing a cartoon of prophet of Islam on the cover, describing it as a repeated provocative move.
The Iranian foreign minister plans to pay an official visit to neighboring Afghanistan and hold talks with the country’s high-ranking officials as part of efforts to promote Tehran-Kabul relations.
Iranian national football team’s coach, Carlos Queiroz, said that the match against Qatar in the 2015 AFC Asian Cup is difficult for his team.
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