Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
President Barack Obama would veto a bill recently introduced in the U.S. Senate allowing Congress to weigh in on any deal the United States and other negotiating countries reach with Iran on its nuclear capabilities, the White House said on Saturday.
Iranian and Yemeni aviation authorities have reportedly signed a memorandum of understanding on air transport.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani underlined that negotiations between Iran and six world powers over Tehran’s nuclear energy program will yield results if the other negotiating parties show “sincerity and seriousness”.
Iranian and Austrian officials in a meeting in Tehran explored avenues for the enhancement of academic cooperation on religious issues, with the European side expressing preparedness to host a new round of religious talks this year.
Iranian Cultural Heritage and Tourism Organization and Parliament condemned destruction of Iraqi ancient artifacts by ISIL terrorists.
Iran Khodro Industrial Group (IKCO) has planned on maximizing the production of fuel efficient engines and diversifying its fuel portfolio with the purpose of environmental preservation.
Trade between Iran and China amounted to $51.85 billion in 2014, a 72 percent rise from $39.54 billion in 2013, according to the Chinese General Administration of Customs.
Iran is to hold an auction of environment-themed paintings Tuesday (March 3) to mark the World Wildlife Day.
Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani warned the western states that arming the terrorist groups to topple the Syrian government will produce dire repercussions for global peace and security.
Iran increased drones flights by 800 times over the current Iranian calendar year (which started on March 21, 2014) comparing to similar period last year, and has formed drone brigade in the Army Air Force bases.