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Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan shrugged off recent propaganda campaign waged by some Western states against the country’s missile power, saying that the enemies’ psychological warfare cannot undermine efforts to enhance the power.
The 4th JCPOA joint commission meeting kicked off in Cobourg Hotel in Vienna on Tuesday noon.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson called on clashing sides in Indian-administered Kashmir to show restraint and try to resolve conflicts in a peaceful manner.
Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zanganeh said on Tuesday that projects, costing $5.4 billion and with annual production capacity of about $5.1 billion (in base price of the year 2011) worth petrochemical products, will be operational in the Iranian calendar year of 1395 (started on March 20).
Iran says a report by the United Nations (UN)’s Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on the implementation of the Iran nuclear deal is “based on incomplete information.”
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman criticized France’s UN envoy for accusing Tehran of involvement in destabilizing activities, saying the “intentionally biased” remarks aim to cover up France’s attempts to destabilize the region and its support for terrorist groups.
Court of Justice on Tuesday held legal proceedings against attackers of the Saudi Embassy.
Russia will allocate up to 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) for Iran to electrify a railroad section and up to 1.2 billion euros ($1.3 billion) for power plant construction, a decree published on the official portal of legal information Monday said.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday held a telephone conversation with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.