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Senior member of Iran’s nuclear negotiating team dismissed the statements by US State Department spokesperson, saying that issues related to the country’s defense programs are non-negotiable.
The 33rd Fleet of the Navy has saved two Iranian oil tankers from pirates seize, it was reported on Tuesday.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Monday he believed a comprehensive nuclear agreement can preserve Iran’s entire nuclear rights.
President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday concurrently inaugurated over 600 educational projects nationwide through video teleconference system.
The upcoming Munich Security Conference (February 6-8) could be the venue for further talks on Tehran’s nuclear program between Iran and six world powers (US, Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany), a German foreign ministry spokesman told IRNA Monday.
A senior Iranian commander says the Islamic Republic has helped neighboring countries fight aggression and terror from various entities by providing them with military know-how.
The domestically-made Fajr (Dawn) satellite serves no military purpose, an official said here on Tuesday.
The head of Atomic Organization of Iran’s Atomic Energy said the country’s proposal for the establishment of a convention on the safety of nuclear plants is aimed at boosting peace and interaction in the region.
Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani said the country’s success in launching another satellite into orbit displayed that the western sanctions have failed to block Iran’s progress.
Iran and Russia, both facing international embargo, could raise the volume of their transactions should they opt for barter trade, a senior Iranian trade official says.
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