Iran’s coverage: Iran joins growing list of countries to ditch dollar in foreign trade

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Iran eliminates US dollar in foreign trade: Official

Iran no more uses US dollar in monetary transactions with foreign countries, an official at the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) announced.


U.S.’ Kerry, Iran foreign minister confer on nuke talks

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Jawad Zarif met here on Thursday, a senior State Department official said, the latest in an intensifying series of talks to reach a deal on Iran’s disputed nuclear program.


Iran’s annual inflation at 16.3%

The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) announced on Saturday that the country’s annual official inflation rate has now reached 16.3 percent.


No Iranian soldier in Iraq, says al-Abadi

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi reiterated that there is not even one Iranian soldier inside Iraqi soil.


Iran flexible enough in nuclear talks: Larijani

Speaker of the Iranian Parliament (Majlis) Ali Larijani on Saturday said Tehran has shown necessary flexibility in nuclear negotiatios and it won’t be its fault, if the talks be damaged due to the present problems between the US president and the Congress.

Zarif: Nuclear agreement likely soon

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said he believed a nuclear agreement will be reached soon.


Iranian, Swiss FMs stress expansion of all-out ties

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Swiss counterpart Didier Burkhalter called for Tehran-Bern enhanced ties in various domains.

Iran to export 100 tons of trout to Russia

Iranian Deputy Minister of Agriculture announced Iran will export 100 tons of trout to Russia in the near future.


Iran, US resume nuclear talks in Zurich

Deputy-level talks between Iran and the US entered the second day in the Swiss city of Zurich as part of efforts to secure a final deal on Tehran’s peaceful nuclear program.


Zarif: Iran is not involved in the death of Argentine prosecutor

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said at the economic forum in Davos that Iran has no connection with the death of Argentine prosecutor Albert Nisman, who accused the President of Argentina and the Foreign Minister of this country of a conspiracy in the case of the investigation into the terrorist attack on a Jewish cultural center in 1994.


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