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President Hassan Rouhani urged Muslims worldwide to have an even more unified and glorious presence in the international Duds Day rallies.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi strongly condemned the deadly terrorist attacks and explosions at Istanbul Atatürk Airport, which left dozens of “innocent people” dead and many others injured.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the Islamic Republic will never use its military might to invade another country but will decisively defend itself against any potential aggression.
A senior Iranian foreign ministry official confirmed on Wednesday that one national was among those killed in the terrorist attacks at Istanbul’s airport which left 36 people dead and 147 others injured.
Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday deemed Iran’s presence in Iraq to be “helpful” to American attempts to beat back the threat of ISIS, given their common enemy.
Former deputy FM for Arab-African affairs underlined Lebanon’s Hezbollah with helping the Syrian people, army and government did not allow the terrorists to decide the future of Syria.
Trading figures show India’s Essar Oil, the country’s top buyer of Iranian crude, imported 49.7 percent more Iranian oil in May compared with a year ago.
Brasilia has established a mechanism to find specific opportunities for bilateral trade with Iran, Brazil’s secretary for foreign trade told Sputnik.
Senior cleric Ayatollah Nasser Makarem Shirazi said that Muslims should fulfill their religious duties by participating in Quds Day demonstrations.
On the eve of Quds day (the last Friday of the fasting month of Ramadan), Experts Assembly issued a statement on Wednesday calling for high turnout of the Iranian nation in the Quds Day rallies.