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Iran’s Permanent Representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Reza Najafi said Iran is to submit its overall view on the report of the watchdog’s chief Yukia Amano in writing.
After the mounting war of words between Russia and Turkey incited by downing of Russian jet by Turkey, Iran’s FM spokesman called on the two sides to maintain reciprocal respect.
Iran’s Expediency Council Secretary Mohsen Rezaie has said that Tehran was ready to provide the Turkish government with necessary information regarding Daesh and their oil trade, Iranian media reported.
Lieutenant Commander of the Iranian Army’s Ground Forces Brigadier General Kiumars Heidari announced that the force will nip in the bud any anti-security movements near the country’s borders.
Some 97 foreign companies from 25 countries have confirmed their participation in the Iran Petrochemical Forum (IPF) 2015 to be held on December 13-14 in Tehran, said Vice-President of Iran’s National Petrochemical Company (NPC) on Saturday.
Iran’s permanent representative to the UN Gholam-Ali Khoshroo recited parts of letter of Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei to western youth in the UN.
Iran’s oil minister met and talked with senior executives of Russia’s Lukoil, France’s Total, Austria’s OMW and Italy’s Eni on the sidelines of the 168th OPEC Conference in Vienna.
Two US senators pledged a “rigorous” oversight of Iran’s nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), before it is formally implemented.
An Iranian security official cautioned the pilgrims returning from Iraq to avoid toys produced in the Arab country, saying the police have discovered a number of dolls filled with dangerous materials.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has emphasized the need for the participation of Iran and Russia in any peace process aimed at putting an end to the deadly crisis in Syria.