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Iran’s Army Ground Force on Monday unveiled a number of new military products, including homegrown snipers and a drone, during a large-scale military exercise in southeast of the country.
Iranian Supreme Leader’s top aide Ali Akbar Velayati, who is also a ranking member of Iran’s nuclear deal monitoring commission, underlined that Tehran will show a firm reaction to Washington’s violation of the last year nuclear deal.
Iran’s Army Ground Force commenced the second day of a large-scale military exercise in the country’s southeastern regions on Monday with the aerial bombardment of targets along the coasts of Makran, by the Sea of Oman.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi said on Sunday that the anti-Iran claims of Saudi and British foreign ministers are a cover up to their destructive role in supporting the Takfiri terrorism.
Managing Director of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) Ali Kardor says Iran reserves a high standing in OPEC.
Iran-Russian Energy Committee has convened for the first ever on Monday morning as Deputy Minister of Petroleum for International Affairs and Trading Amir-Hossein Zamaninia and Russian Deputy Energy Minister Molodtsov Kirill will attend the event.
Leader’s senior adviser has said Britain has been a US follower in Middle East, lacking any original line of policy of their own.Mr. Ali Akbar Velayati received Leader of Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) Ramadan Abdullah Mohammad Shallah on Monday morning to discuss bilateral relations.
Iranian Minister of Defense and Logistics of the Armed Forces Brigadier-General Hossein Dehqan departed Tehran for Pretoria, South Africa, on Monday to review defense cooperation with his South African counterparts.
Recent comments by British Prime Minister Theresa May at the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council describing Iran as taking aggressive regional actions, are in fact preparing the way for London to intervene more in the region, says former diplomat.
Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has been on a hectic agenda, receiving foreign envoys on Monday.