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A majority of American Jews support the historic nuclear agreement with Iran despite fierce opposition from the Zionist lobby, says an American scholar.
Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan said on Tuesday that Russia will deliver the updated S-300 air defense system to Iran.
A deputy petroleum minister says Iran views its neighbors as a priority for exporting natural gas.
Iran Leader’s adviser said Iran and Syria enjoy strategic relations being formed since the very beginning of the Islamic Revolution.
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan elaborated on the country’s future plans to further equip its Armed Forces, and said the home-grown double-cockpit supersonic Saeqeh 2 (Thunderbolt 2) fighter jets have been delivered to the Air Force.
Iran’s crude and gas condensations rose by 14 percent from August 2014 to the end of the last Iranian calendar year (ended on March 20, 2014), said a report from Iranian Oil Ministry.
First Vice Speaker Hassan Abou Torabifard said that the parliament is going to set up a special committee this week to review the Comprehensive Joint Plan of Action.
Indian officials say the country is preparing to clear $6.5 billion of dues it owes to Iran for oil import in tranches.
Minister of Economy Ali Tayebnia said on Monday that the effect of sanctions elimination will be evident in the next three to four months.
Iran wants to work with other powers in the Middle East to promote peace following last month’s nuclear deal, Vice-President Masumeh Ebtekar says.