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The Leader of the Islamic Revolution says the Islamic Republic “did not and will not hold talks with US on issues other than nuclear negotiations.”
The president of Austria’s Federal of Economic Chamber says 15 cooperation agreements have been signed between Iranian and Austrian officials.
Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi announced that his country stands first in West Asia in terms of population, scientific progress as well as oil and gas capacities.
Fifteen US Republican governors have vowed to take measures to keep state sanctions against Iran in place after Tehran and the world powers clinched a historical agreement on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday that elections is manifestation of trust and symbol of religious democracy in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Hillary Rodham Clinton will argue that the U.S. must be “clear-eyed” about the nuclear deal with Iran in a speech on Wednesday, stressing that President Barack Obama’s landmark agreement must be enforced with “vigor and vigilance” and is not a step toward normalizing relations with America’s longtime enemy.
The new contract on supplying Russian S-300 missile systems to Iran will be signed in the nearest future, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said on Wednesday.
‘Because if it fails, the risk for a nuclear Iran will only go up.’The former head of Israel’s nuclear agency joined the U.S. debate over a proposed deal with Iran over its nuclear weapons, saying in a campaign-style ad released Tuesday that “things will get worse, not better” if Congress derails the pact.
Iran and Austria signed eight Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) in a bid to expand bilateral ties between universities of the two countries.
Senior Iranian and Russian diplomats have once again expressed their countries’ opposition to the settlement of ongoing crises in the Middle East through military approaches.