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Senior member of the Iranian negotiating team Abbas Araqchi said Tuesday that once reached, a comprehensive nuclear deal between Iran and the six governments will ‘have a certain period of time’.
Deputy foreign ministers Seyed Abbas Araghchi and Majid takht-Ravanchi will return to Vienna tomorrow to resume the negotiations with the 5+1 representatives over Tehran’s nuclear program.
The director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says the process to verify the peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program will not be endless and can come within a “reasonable” period of time, Press TV reports.
A limited number of Iranian women will be allowed to watch Volleyball World League games in Tehran later this month, a senior government official has told The Associated Press, part of a government move to allow women and families to attend male sporting events.
A senior Iranian official has expressed optimism that the Lebanese would be able to elect a president for the Arab country which has been without a head of state for a year now.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee has started holding classified briefings to review the terms of a prospective Iran nuclear deal next month.
International oil companies have told Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh they would return quickly to Iran if sanctions were lifted, he has said.
Iran is keen to build closer military ties with China, welcoming Beijing to expand its naval presence and urging it to play a bigger role in the Tehran nuclear talks.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Navy Commander Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi said on Tuesday that IRGC is ready to counter any type of aggression.
Iranian Ground Force Commander Brigadier General Ahmad Reza Pourdastan said the country only provides military advice to Iraq, and its support does not include other areas.