Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
President Hassan Rouhani on Sat. unveiled a number of defense achievements including Iran’s first ever domestic jet trainer ‘Kosar’, and anti-ship cruise missile ‘Nasir’.
President Hassan Rouhani has said even in the absence of hegemonic powers in the region, it requires balance of power and a ballast to create this balance.
The tenth edition of Iran Exhibition of Bank, Exchange and Insurance Exhibition (FINEX) started work here on Saturday.
The Army monitors all the threats inside the country and the region as well as the external threats and accordingly, it has promoted its defense capabilities, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Army Brigadier General Ahmad-Reza Pourdastan said.
The late Iranian politician and former president Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani was the main supporter of the incumbent president Hassan Rouhani, but his brother Mohammad is going to challenge Rouhani’s presidency despite the elder brother’s advice.
FM Zarif said economic prosperity has become feasible in the light of Resistance Economy adding that Iranian people tolerate economic pressure but not coercion.
Defense Minister of the Republic of Azerbaijan Zakir Hasanov arrived in Tehran on Saturday for talks with Iranian officials on bilateral and regional issues.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Navy is going to take delivery of a large cargo of Naseer, a cruise missile developed by local experts for naval battles, Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan announced.
Impoverished families in Iran will get a raise of up to 50% in monthly allowance, under a program which had been adopted for sometime but will go to force from Saturday night.
Head of Iran’s Crisis Management Organization confirmed the deaths of over 40 people in severe flooding triggered by torrential rains in four northwestern provinces of the country.