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Iran’s FM Zarif in a message on the occasion of 30th anniversary of chemical attack on Iranian city of Sardasht, voiced regret over hypocrisy of world powers for having refused to condemn the bombing.
Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi congratulated heavy defeat sustained by Daesh in Mosul and called for collective campaign to dry up the terrorist group’s intellectual roots and its sources of funding.
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan warned the enemies against his country’s harsh reaction to their possible threats and aggression.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu stated that the July 4-5 international Astana talks are expected to address the formation of a national reconciliation committee in Syria.
U.S. prosecutors said in a court filing on Friday that a former consultant to Iran’s mission to the United Nations recruited a United States-based atomic scientist to meet with Iranian officials about Iran’s nuclear program.
Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) has granted the Qatari airplanes permission to fly over the Islamic Republic as the planes are banned from Saudi, Egyptian and UAE airspaces after a diplomatic row between Qatar and the Arab countries.
The Iranian parliament is working on a double-urgency bill to counter a recent move by the US Congress to impose unilateral sanctions against Iran, a senior lawmaker announced.
A senior Iranian oil official cautioned against politicization of oil deals because it would be harmful to the country’s interests.
Head of Iran’s Central Bank on Saturday expressed hope that with the pursuit of disciplinary policies of the bank, the country’s inflation rate would become single-digit.
Iran says it has authorized the creation of 10 new airlines within the next six months in what appears to be part of the country’s aggressive campaign to expand its air mobility infrastructure.