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France, Germany and Britain will hold talks on Thursday with Iran in Istanbul, the European Union said, as part of efforts to end a 12-year standoff over Tehran’s atomic ambitions.
Russia suspended the contract in 2010 following a UN Security Council resolution to stop the sale of arms to Iran due to its controversial nuclear energy program.
Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian discussed issues of mutual interest with his Russian counterpart Mikhail Bogdanov over phone Tuesday, simultaneously with a meeting being held in Moscow on Syria crisis.
Armenian President stressed relations between Iran and Armenia could be a good model for other countries, stressing that he would never take any stance against Iran in international forums.
Consensus on the main issue was reached within the framework of the Geneva agreements, and now the details are under discussion, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says.
The Islamic Republic of Iran Army (IRIA) Commander has stated that optimized tank systems and armored units of Iran’s Army are equal to the best around the world and are the most powerful in the West Asia region.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Wednesday complained about finding fault with negotiators by the radicals saying that walking with US officials during nuclear talks is not something new.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham cautioned that Tehran will not accept a final nuclear deal with the world powers at any price.
The Turkish minister of technology has expressed his country’s readiness to cooperate with Iran in its flourishing auto industry.
Iran’s FM has said while March is a good date for reaching a nuclear deal, the Western side must hasten as neither time nor Iran’s patience is endless.
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