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Iran’s oil minister Bijan Zanganeh said Wednesday that OPEC will continue its production curb but there is debate among members about how long it will continue, the Iranian Students’ News Agency (ISNA) reported on Wednesday.
A senior Iranian official says a number of countries, either directly or indirectly, side with the Takfiri terrorists in Iraq and Syria, helping arm the outfits to devastating effects.
Iran on Wednesday signed a deal worth $615 million – or euros 550 million – with a Spanish-Iranian consortium under which the group will provide pipes used in Iran’s oil industry.
Iran’s Army Ground Force launched a military exercise in central parts of the country on Wednesday to put into operation the latest homegrown weapons.
Heads of national security councils of Iran and Russia, at a meeting in Moscow on Tuesday, called for execution of comprehensive security agreements between the two sides.
One of Iran’s leading private banks says it has opened an office in Europe – what could be a sign of fresh openings in the country’s international banking relations after the removal of sanctions.
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Seyed Abbas Araghchi said US president has the authority to extend suspension of Iran’s nuclear sanctions for four months and Trump’s decision was his first commitment.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in a meeting with Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Asia and Oceania Ebrahim Rahimpour stressed his country’s interest in continued strategic cooperation with Tehran.
Top security officials from Iran, Russia, Iraq and Syria denounced as “inflammatory and unconstructive” the remarks that certain participants made in a recent summit of Arab leaders and the US president in Riyadh.
Iran says it has discovered a new gas field close to the giant South Pars natural gas field which it jointly shares with Qatar.