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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the country opposes interview with its nuclear scientists.
Iranian motorists will see a monthly allotment of 60 liters of subsidized gasoline canceled from Tuesday.
The interior minister said Monday that ISIL has taken up position 50 km away from the Iran-Iraq border, adding that Iran will engage the terrorists if they advance another 10 km toward Iran.
Iran is planning to invest $200 billion in its oil sector over the coming 6 years, a deputy minister of petroleum said.
A senior Iranian negotiator expressed the hope that Tehran and world powers would reach a comprehensive deal before the self-imposed deadline, but at the same time stressed that Iran sees no time limit for signing the long-awaited agreement.
Foreign minister said that the Foreign Ministry is committed to apply guidelines of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.
The general in charge of Iran’s paramilitary activities in the Middle East said the United States and other powers were failing to confront Islamic State, and only Iran was committed to the task, a news agency on Monday reported.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab-African Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian departed Tehran for Moscow to review the latest regional developments with Russian officials.
Iranian national volleyball team arrived in US on Monday, a few days ahead of the FIVB World League.
Iran’s Army Ground Force has unveiled and utilized a new 7.62-mm sniper rifle in large-scale military exercises held in three zones across Iran, commander of the force said.