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The Mission of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations on Friday rejected any connection between relocating Iran’s Interests Section in Washington and the on-going nuclear negotiations with the P5+1 group of world powers.
All humans need to be treated as equals and that is the message of the Iranian Red Crescent to Yemen, Syria and people in distress in any other country, the president said.
Iranian Supreme Leader’s representative at the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Ali Saeedi brushed aside any possibility for inspection of the country’s military sites.
Iranian parliamentarians plan to present a bill with the highest degree of urgency to the floor which will require the government to suspend nuclear talks with the world powers while the US continues its threats against Tehran.
Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said that increased export of Iranian oil will not create a problem.
Managing Director of Iran’s Pars Oil Company says oil giant Shell has voiced interest to resume activities in the country’s energy sector.
The next round of talks between Iran and G5+1 is scheduled for Tuesday to Friday in Vienna, said an Iranian negotiator.
Deputy Foreign Minister said that Russia will make all possible efforts to ensure that the deal on Iran’s controversial nuclear program is reached.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has secretly sent his foreign minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari to Tehran to win Iran’s support for his government, al-Iraq News quoted sources close to the Islamic Dawa Party as saying.
Iran says it has already made new gas export deals with regional countries which will be finalized once the sanctions against the country are lifted.