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Speaking in his first weekly press conference in Tehran, Qassemi said Iran and Russia have strategic and very close ties in some areas, including the fight against ISIS.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif promised that the country’s diplomatic missions will help the Iranian state-run and private sector companies develop closer trade cooperation with the Latin American countries.
Special aide to Majlis (Parliament) speaker said Iran did prove its honesty in implementation of nuclear deal, but the United States is unfaithful as it has always been.
First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri issued an executive order on the application of the new type of oil contracts designed to attract foreign investors.
President Hassan Rouhani on Monday stressed that removal of anti-Iran sanctions after implementation of the landmark nuclear deal has helped improve nation’s health condition.
A senior Iranian official says that Iran and Turkey share a great deal of commonalities, and that the viewpoints of the two neighboring countries may gradually converge on several current issues of disagreement.
Director General of Foreign Media Department of Iranian Ministry of Culture Mohammad-Jafar Saafi said that there is no ban on Reuters’ activity in Iran.
German exports to Iran, mostly machines and equipment, jumped in the first half of the year following the removal of international sanctions against the Islamic Republic, official trade data showed on Monday.
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan underlined his ministry’s cooperation with 100 academic centers to produce more state-of-the-art weapons and equipment by the country’s defense industry.
The Iranian sports caravan managed to collect eight medals in 2016 Rio Olympic Games in order to finish 25th in the final standings table.