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Iran’s deputy nuclear chief is denying a report that technicians have dismantled the core of the country’s nearly finished heavy water reactor and filled it with concrete as part of Tehran’s obligations under the nuclear deal with the West.
Iran’s Judiciary chief says US talks of of new sanctions against the Islamic Republic would force Tehran to reconsider implementation of a nuclear agreement reached last July.
Former German Chancellor Gerhard Schröder in a meeting with President Rouhani deemed Iran’s role in establishing peace and stability in the region ‘undeniable’.
Saudi Arabia has dropped its oil prices to try and wreck the Iranian economy and keep Tehran’s oil exports out of major European markets, international business analysts told Sputnik.
Head of the Center for Strategic Research of the Expediency Council Ali-Akbar Velayati said on Monday that hegemonic powers are seeking to create tension in relations between Iran and the Arab World.
Vice president and head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) said Iran is opening a new chapter in international relations and in playing a decisive role in the future of world’s energy.
Iranian deputy FM underlined that Riyadh tries to compensate for its inaction to Iran’s success in nuclear talks by execution of prominent Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr and creating tension in the region.
President Bashar al-Assad met on Tuesday Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli and the accompanying delegation.
US State Department Spokesman John Kirby has said that the implementation day of the nuclear deal could be very soon.
A new chapter will open in cooperation between Iran and Germany following the removal of Western sanctions, said former German chancellor.