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Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Thursday criticized worn-out US accusations that it was seeking a nuclear weapon to threaten the region and the world.
The United States’ Ambassador to UN Nikki Haley will try to use the US rotating presidency of the UNSC and turn the spotlight of a Thursday meeting from Israel to Iran, according to media reports.
A series of domestically-made equipment in the field of air defense and civil aviation, including radars and navigation systems for airports, were unveiled in a ceremony on Thursday during a visit to the southern city of Shiraz by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
The United States is boosting the narrative of US President Donald Trump against the Iran nuclear deal, negotiated under his predecessor, former President Barack Obama.
In the framework of the International Meeting on Syria (Astana Process), Tehran hosted the Expert Meeting and the meetings of the Joint Group by the three Guarantor States, on April 18-19, 2017.
The White House spokesman said on Wednesday night that Trump administration is going to review the JCPOA.
International Meeting on Syrian Settlemen (Astana Process) wrapped up its work in Tehran on Wednsday night with releasing a press communique and calling for a political solution to the Syria crisis.
China’s Foreign Ministry confirmed on Thursday that Tehran and Beijing will soon sign the first commercial contract to redesign a nuclear plant in southern Iran as part of the 2015 nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers.
A treaty on Iran nuclear program cannot be changed at this point, the head of the Center for International Education and Research at the Iranian Foreign Ministry said Wednesday, shortly after it became known that US President Donald Trump ordered a review of the deal.
Paying due attention to the United Kingdom is deeply rooted in the Iranian mass media and many factors are involved in this end.