Iran’s coverage: No talk with US: Ayatollah Khamenei

Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:

 

Talks with US forbidden: Leader

 Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Wednesday said holding talks with US is forbidden for its countless disadvantages and for having absolutely no benefits.

 

Iran’s President Rouhani due in France in mid-November

 Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani is scheduled to pay an official visit to France this November.

German foreign minister to visit Iran mid October

 German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier would arrive in Iran on October 17 for a two-day visit.

European parliament president due in Iran Monday

European Parliament President Martin Schulz would step in Iran on October 12.

Nasrallah: JCPOA to open doors for Iran

Lebanese Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah said that the Iran nuclear deal P5+1, which led to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), will open new doors for Iran.

 

Majlis bill on JCPOA benefits national interests: Larijani

Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani said here Wednesday that the single-urgency bill on the JCPOA aims to set the national interests systematically.

 

President Rouhani opens traffic culture gathering

Concurrent with National Police Week, a gathering on traffic culture promotion opened in presence of President Hassan Rouhani here on Wednesday.

 

Iran oil income to double in post-sanction era: Minister

Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Ali Tayebnia said Iran can increase its crude oil export by one million barrels per day upon removal of sanctions.

 

Iran favors diplomacy over arms for Mideast, Africa crises: Diplomat

A senior Iranian diplomat says ongoing crises in the Middle East and Africa should be settled through political approaches instead of military intervention.

 

Report: Iranians can buy from Amazon, Ebay

Iranians can now make online shopping from major retailers Amazon and Ebay through a delivery channel established by the Iran Post Company, its managing director says.