Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
Eight new passenger planes are to be delivered to the Airline of the Islamic Republic of Iran (Iran Air) by the end of the Iranian calendar year (March 20, 2017) Deputy Minister of Roads and Urban Development for International Affairs Asghar Fakhriyeh-Kashan has announced.
The presidents of Iran and Russia have discussed the avenues for the continuation of cooperation between the two countries on the crisis in Syria and the fight against international terrorism.
Iran authorized some banks on Saturday to deal in foreign exchange trading at a free-market rate, the central bank said, as authorities try to unify exchange rates.
Iran’s 3-day joint and massive air defense drill called ‘Modafe’an-e Aseman-e Velayat 7’ is scheduled to start work on Monday in South of country.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Ghasemi offered condolences to the Russian government and nation over the tragic Tupolev Tu-154 transport plane crash on early Sunday.
Iran plans to ask international oil companies to bid for the second phase of development of its Yadavaran and North Azadegan oilfields, a senior official said on Saturday.
The Nakhchivan-Mashhad train route between Azerbaijan and Iran will start running on December 29, Trend reports.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif congratulated the new Christian year.
A senior Iranian commander says the United States started interfering in Syria as a first stage in a chain of successive inroads in the Middle East, with its sights set on the Islamic Republic as the final destination.
Iran said on Sunday it had negotiated to pay only about half the announced price for 80 new Boeing (BA.N) airliners in an order that the American planemaker had said was worth $16.6 billion.