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Iranian Deputy Interior Minister for Security Affairs Hossein Zolfaqari said the country’s security forces have managed to arrest six Takfiri terrorists in clashes in the western province of Kermanshah.
Five major arms depots destroyed by Russia’s Tu-22M3 and Su-34 were used to supply Daesh militants near Aleppo, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.
Secretary of Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani on Tuesday said Iran and Russia enjoy strategic cooperation in the fight against terrorism in Syria and share their facilities and capacities to this end.
A Dual-citizenship Iranian charged with link with British spy agency was arrested last week, said Tehran Prosecutor Abbas Jafari-Doulatabadi.
In a meeting between Iran’s FM Zarif and his Venezuelan counterpart Delcy Rodríguez, the two sides called for further expansion of relations between Tehran and Caracas.
The 5th joint commission between Iran and P5+1 on the JCPOA would be held in New York in September.
Iran’s Tayebnia said the 16th meeting of Iran-China Joint Economic Commission could play a significant role in development of strategic relations between the two sides.
The spokesman of the US-based multinational financial services corporation MasterCard rejected reports that it has agreed to start offering credit card services to Iranians in late August, stressing that anti-Tehran sanctions are still in place.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in a meeting with Burundi’s Foreign Minister called for development of relations and cooperation among NAM member states on the international scene.
Mohammadreza Barari of Iran only managed to stand in the sixth place of Men’s 105 kg weightlifting event by lifting a total of 406 kilograms.