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High Representative of the European Union Federica Mogherini said the EU and Russia are quite unanimous in implementation of the nuclear agreement with Iran or the conflict between ‘Israel’ and Palestine.
Incumbent Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who is running for the forthcoming presidential elections, highlighted the importance of Resistance Economy plan, saying that the country should resist against foreign pressures through the plan.
The two-day Silk Road international cooperation forum known as the “Belt and Road Forum” started in Beijing on Sunday with attendance of Iran’s Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance.
One of the candidate of the upcoming presidential election underlined importance of reviving the economy relying on domestic capacities and stressed that foreigners cannot cure the country.
South Korea will be under pressure to import more oil and gas from the US, having ramped up Iranian imports in recent months to the displeasure of Washington.
US President Donald Trump’s former acting treasury secretary warned lawmakers that an Iran sanctions bill under consideration in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee could undermine the Iran nuclear agreement and hurt US relations with allies.
Iranian presidential candidate Ebrahim Raisi has sharply criticized the incumbent government’s performance, and said his decision to compete in the votes has not been taken on a whim, but to improve people’s living condition.
Iran is going to launch a training center in Iraq to educate Iraqis on effective ways to address the issue of dust storms and the particle pollution overwhelming the region, says the Vice-President and head of the Environment Department.
Iran’s ATA Airlines has reached an agreement with Brazilian planemaker Embraer to purchase 10 new passenger planes, the carrier confirmed over the telephone to the Financial Tribune.
Poverty takes the center stage in Iran’s presidential campaigning as candidates travel across the country to take their message to the voters ahead of an expected close race on Friday.