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A top IRGC commander slammed Saudi Arabia for fomenting regional turmoil and backing the Takfiri terrorist groups, but at the same time underlined that the Riyadh regime lacks the ability to cause a change in the region’s developments militarily.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras leading a high ranking politico-economic delegation arrived in Tehran on Sunday afternoon and was received by Minister of Roads and Urban Development Abbas Akhoundi at Mehrabad international airport.
President Hassan Rouhani urged the nation to take part in the upcoming elections in Iran under any circumstances.
European Union foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini says she is preparing to visit Iran following the implementation of a landmark nuclear deal between Tehran with world powers.
The entry into force of Russia’s agreement with Iran to simplify visa procedures is the first step toward the abolition of visas for Russian tourists, Iran’s Ambassador to Russia Mehdi Sanai said Saturday.
Head of Expediency Council said on Saturday that Iranian nation and government as well as the international community are willing to hold a dynamic election in presence of the political, scientific, cultural and religious candidates.
The amount of the compensation which French auto manufacturing company Peugeot-Citroen PSA should pay Iran is over 200 million euros, Hashem Yekeh Zareh, the CEO of Iran Khodro Industrial Group (IKCO) said.
A senior Iranian lawmaker slams a request by three US lawmakers for visas to Iran to monitor the upcoming elections, saying polls in the Islamic Republic need no international monitoring.
Tehran and the European Union are to hold a new round of talks for the first time after Iran and the P5+1 group of countries started implementation of the nuclear agreement.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said European countries can play a significant role in the political resolution of the Syrian crisis.