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Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zangeneh says Iran can increase its oil production by 500,000 barrels per day (bpd) within a week immediately after the removal of sanctions against the country.
President Hassan Rouhani is to brief the nation on the latest internal and international developments Sunday night.
US Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday there was “no question” the Iran nuclear deal will make the Middle East safer if implemented, as he sought to win over sceptical allies.
Iran Mercantile Exchange (IME) was the host for trading of 526 KT of various commodities worth more than $223 million in spot and secondary market, the volume and value of trading experienced a growth of 77 and 65 percent, respectively, during the week ending up to July 29th.
An increasing number of Iranians are demanding the country’s armed forces to stage a ballistic missile drill after the Iranian and American negotiators presented different interpretations on a paragraph of an annex to the UNSC Resolution 2231.
Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic will arrive in Tehran on Monday for an official visit that would include meetings with a number of high-ranking Iranian officials.
Tehran-Based “Iran Daily” newspaper wrote on Sunday that “California Rep. Brad Sherman warns that even if Congress were to override President Obama’s veto of the Iran deal, the president could still get the deal he wants.
Iranian Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade Mohammad-Reza Nemat-Zadeh reiterated that the country’s non-oil exports would be tripled by the next three years.
An Iranian official has called on the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to maintain its independence and impartiality on Iran’s nuclear case and respect Tehran’s security concerns.
Turkey is ready to distribute gas not only from Russia but also from Azerbaijan and Iran in Europe, general director of Russia’s National Energy Security Fund, Konstantin Simonov, said.