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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and US Secretary of State John Kerry have resumed a fresh round of sensitive talks in the Swiss city of Geneva in another diplomatic bid to pin down a final deal over Tehran’s nuclear program.
A senior Iranian nuclear negotiator has rejected calls for interviews with Iranian nuclear scientists as well as inspections of military sites
President Hassan Rouhani has defended the performance record of his cabinet in the past 21 months since he took office as President of the country and said no one is entitled to insult Iran’s top diplomat.
The UN nuclear watchdog has in its latest report on Iran’s peaceful nuclear activities confirmed that since the Joint Plan of Action (JPA) was signed between Iran and the Group 5+1, the former has been acting completely in line with the document.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said today that the government aims to hold “free” parliamentary elections next year, the official IRNA news agency reported.
Iranian Ambassador to Moscow Mehdi Sanayee called on the Russian companies to increase their efforts to have a wider presence in the Iranian market.
Saudi Arabia’s decision to attack Yemen has pushed the Riyadh regime closer to a downfall that would be only 10 years away without such a military campaign, an Iranian judiciary official predicted.
Mohammad Javad Zarif will participate in a Shanghai Cooperation Organization security conference.
Deputy Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Brigadier General Massoud Jazzayeri said enemies’ intensified threats necessitate Iran to boost its military power to be prepared for confronting these threats.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined that he will discuss the latest situation of the negotiations during his upcoming meeting with his US counterpart in Geneva, Switzerland, on Saturday.