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Iran is to respond in a quite vivid manner to any violation of the nuclear agreement by the West, said the Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani.
President Hassan Rouhani said Iran is going to modernize the reactor in Arak with more advanced equipment in the future.
Ramaphosa has urged South African and Iranian enterprises to explore opportunities for partnerships.
Iran’s new Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hossein Jaberi Ansari will officially assume office.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has noted that laws governing media activities must be clear, stressing that the country needs a well-defined media system.
Egypt looks to Iran’s ramp-up of oil production which could boost the Arab nation’s proceeds from transit of crude through the SUMED pipeline, its petroleum minister has said.
Russian Aircraft manufacturer Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SCAC) could deliver about 100 Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) planes to Iran after sanctions imposed on the country are fully lifted, President of SCAC Ilya Tarasenko said Sunday.
Secretary of Iran’s Human Rights Council, Mohammad Javad Larijani and President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz met and conferred on Sunday for the expansion of bilateral relations.
Iran says recent remarks made by US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter show the United States’ “destabilizing policies and measures” in the region.
Iran’s Judiciary spokesman rejected reports on Sunday that managers of a number of mobile social networking groups have been arrested in the country’s western province of Qazvin on charges of acting against moral security.