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Iran and the P5+1 group of countries can possibly reach a nuclear agreement by the self-imposed June 30 deadline and there is no need to extend the talks on Tehran’s nuclear program, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov says.
The House has unanimously passed a resolution urging Iran to release three Americans jailed in that country and provide information on a fourth who is missing.
Iran’s Minister of Transportation and Housing Abbas Akhundi has met Airbus Chief Executive Fabrice Bregier and French government officials in Paris for talks, local media have reported.
If Iran and world powers reach a nuclear deal, the United Nations Security Council will likely delay for at least a month action to lift U.N. nuclear sanctions on Tehran so U.S. Congress can review the agreement, officials said.
Head of the Iranian team of experts engaged in nuclear negotiations with six world powers said the expert talks, in progress for ten consecutive days in Austria, have become quite intensive.
Iran’s first vice-president has said that the government has been successful in managing the impacts of oil price fall on people’s life.
Further research into the sophisticated computer virus used to hack into hotels where the Iran nuclear talks took place has found it took advantage of digital credentials stolen from the world’s top contract electronics maker Foxconn.
Officials in Washington, Jerusalem say no invitation has been extended; senior U.S. official says he expects the two leaders will have an opportunity to meet in the future.
Deputy of AEOI Behrouz Kamalvandi has criticized those who make the NPT’s Additional Protocol a taboo word, saying their misconceived notion of the Protocol will cause problems for both Iran and other countries.
Government is committed to protect the nuclear achievements, First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri said on Tuesday.