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Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi said Monday that once a comprehensive deal a achieved about the nuclear dispute, the bills passed by Congress of a single party cannot work.
As Iran and the P5+1 are moving toward a final agreement over the country’s nuclear energy program, speculations are rising in the media over the immediate benefits for Tehran.
Iranian experts have convinced the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) about the issue of the papers published in the country in relation to neutron transport and associated modeling, a spokesman announced on Monday, adding that Tehran will provide the IAEA with only one time access to the Parchin military site.
Iran’s former nuclear negotiator Hossein Mousavian on Monday hailed achievements made in nuclear talks with the western governments.
WE made important progress in Switzerland earlier this month. With the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council plus Germany, we agreed on parameters to remove any doubt about the exclusively peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program and to lift international sanctions against Iran.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is to fly to Indonesia on Tuesday to attend the summit of the Asian African Conference in Jakarta.
Spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran Bahrouz Kamalvandi said there are no limitations acceptable for Iran’s nuclear industry.
Australian daily Herald Tribune reported in its Sunday edition that Australia has agreed to share its secret information with Iran in campaign against the ISIS terrorists.
A Principlist parliamentarian has said he will question Foreign Minister Zarif should the Fact Sheet is not published.
Iran is ready to supply the Republic of Azerbaijan’s Army with the equipment it needs, Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan said on Monday.