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The growth of Iran’s GDP is projected at 4.7 percent in 2018, a World Bank report forecasted.
Defence ministers from Russia, Iran and Syria will discuss ways to enhance their cooperation in fighting the Islamic State group and al-Qaeda during a meeting in Tehran on Thursday, Interfax news agency quoted Russia’s defence ministry as saying.
President Hassan Rouhani underlined the importance of the removal of the sanctions which were imposed against Iran on the economic conditions of Iranians.
Facing mounting pressure from members of Congress and from inquiring journalists, theState Department said today it has reopened its investigation into who ordered the video edit of a State Department briefing from December 2013.
An Iranian banking official announced that over 10 million euros of Bank Mellat’s frozen assets in Europe has been transferred via Germany to the bank’s branch to Yerevan, Armenia.
A lieutenant commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) made it clear that the country does not need to keep anything in the dark about development of its missile industry.
Russian Minister of Defense Sergey Shoygu arrived in Tehran to attend the trilateral meeting on fighting terrorism.
Syrian defense minister arrived in Tehran early Thursday morning to attend trilateral meeting dubbed ‘Fighting Terrorism’ with his Iranian and Russian counterparts.
Iran’s Justice Minister Mostafa Pourmohammadi on Thursday said the country is intent on filing a lawsuit at international courts against Saudi Arabia for the deaths of hundreds of Iranian pilgrims in a deadly crush in Mina, near Mecca, last year.
The three-party talks are expected to cover priority measures on strengthening cooperation, issues of regional security, military-technical cooperation.