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AEOI Spokesman Kamalvandi said Iran will exercise tremendous care in setting the uranium transaction deal with Russia according to the conditions outlined by the Leader of the Islamic Revolution.
The UK Court of Appeal has ruled that Iran’s Bank Mellat must have access to documents and evidence based on which the UK government imposed sanctions on the lender, a report says.
Iran-Turkey relations will not be affected by the outcome of elections, Turkish Ambassador to Iran Reza Hakan Tekin said on Sunday.
France’s Total and Russia’s Lukoil are in a new round of talks with the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) and have reached a preliminary agreement on oil purchases from Iran, a senior energy official says.
Iran’s Navy has the full capability of maintaining security in the Caspian Sea and keeping vessels from countries other than neighboring states out of the region, says a senior commander.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov underlined Iran’s role in the resolving the ongoing crisis in Syria, and said that the international efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis without Iran’s presence will be futile.
The lifting of western sanctions as part of the nuclear deal reached between Iran and world powers in July would transform the country.
The conference to unveil Iran’s new oil contracts will be held in Tehran on November 28-29, said an official in the Ministry of Petroleum.
President of the French Senate Gerard Larcher is to visit Iran in the near future to hold talks with senior Iranian officials.
Intelligence Minister Seyyed Mahmoud Alavi said that the country’s negotiators in their negotiations with the big powers took back the right of the Iranian nation that had been seized from them.