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Iran’s Supreme Council of the Cultural Revolution decided on Tuesday that Tehran should back out of the UN-devised global education agenda, known as Education 2030, citing the country’s own detailed documents in the field of education.
The former US Secretary of State has been quoted as saying that the Obama administration was under heavy pressure from certain countries in the Middle East to bomb the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Iran will supply humanitarian aids for Qatar.
Director General of Fars Province Airports Reza Badiei- Fard has said that Qatar Airways will run 300 additional flights through Iranian airspace daily.
Iran has cleared more than 40% of the fine it was told to pay Turkey by an international tribunal for overpricing natural gas it sold to the Eurasian country, said Asadollah Gharekhani, spokesman for the Majlis Energy Commission.
Former US official said that according to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reports, Iran is committed to its obligations and all sides should also be bound to their obligations enshrined in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
Parliament official Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said Saudi Arabia is the main suspect of the dual terrorist attacks on Tehran on June 7 which killed 17 people and injured dozens more.
The first gasoline consignment produced at Setare Khalije Fars Gas Condensate Refinery entered the country’s distribution cycle on Monday June 12.In the wake of inauguration of the first phase of Setare Khalije Fars refinery in Bandar Abbas on April 30, heavy naphta has been injected to the CCR unit and 100 million liters of gasoline have been recovered from the unit.
Former IRGC general Rezaei said Riyadh sword dance and Trump’s generous financial offering to Saudi regime aimed at throwing Iran into a new fray.
President Rouhani met with the coach, players and the coaching staff of the national football team and commemorated the Qadr nights and said: “Imam Ali (AS) is the great example of valour and courage”.