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Iranian demanded an immediate halt to Saudi-led military operations in Yemen on Thursday and said it would make all necessary efforts to control the crisis there, Iranian news agencies reported.
On the first day of the 2nd round of nuclear talks in Lausanne, head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran has said the two sides have reached a common understating on technical issues.
On Wednesday a senior Iranian diplomat said that Tehran was optimistic about the progress of talks and expected the West to assume a realistic approach to the proposed comprehensive nuclear agreement.
French foreign minister Fabius to travel to Lausanne for nuclear talks with Iran on Saturday morning- Ministry
French foreign min Fabius to travel to Lausanne for nuclear talks with Iran on Saturday morning- Ministry
A high-ranking diplomat of Iran’s Foreign Ministry has held talks with authorities in Moscow over the situation in Yemen.
Iran’s foreign ministry spokeswoman condemned Saudi airstrikes on Yemen that left a number of innocent civilians dead or wounded.
The Iranian naval forces managed to foil a pirate attack on one of the country’s oil tankers in the northeast of the Bab-el-Mandeb, a strait between the Arabian Peninsula and the Horn of Africa.
Iran’s foreign minister, who heads the negotiating team in the ongoing nuclear talks with six world powers, underlined that the resolution of the nuclear issue depends on whether the West wants to continue pressures or prefers dialogue with Tehran.
Failure to secure a deal with Iran could mean a nuclear arms race in the Middle East, the foreign secretary warned in comments released on Thursday.
The latest round of nuclear talks held on three levels among representatives of Iran, the United States and the European Union have ended in Lausanne.