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Iran is readying its first round of oil and gas exploration tenders since the easing of economic sanctions, hoping to attract the likes of BP and Gazprom, an Iranian energy official said on Monday.
Dividing terrorism into good and bad is a strategic mistake, Iran’s Police Chief Brigadier General Hossein Ashtari said here on Monday.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman said the policies the US has already adopted regarding Syria call into doubt its intention to stem Syria’s six-year civil war under a recent ceasefire deal jointly brokered by Washington and Moscow.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Iran’s viewpoint towards the development of the country is intrinsic and receives its progress, legitimacy and security from its people.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi announced that Qatari officials have voiced interest in the further development of ties and cooperation with Tehran after Saudi Arabia and its allies darkened relations with Doha.
Chief of Staff of Iranian Armed Forces congratulated Iraqi forces victory in liberating Mosul from Daesh terrorist group.
Iran’s industry minister and Turkish ministry of the economy emphasized the need to convert preferential trade agreement between the two sides into a free one.
Vice Chairman of Majlis (Parliament) Article 90 Commission said that no Iranian pilgrims would be sent to Saudi Arabia this year for Hajj congregation unless Riyadh provided essential guarantees for their security.
A UN official has highlighted Iran’s significant role as one of the pioneers in combating dust and sand storms in the Middle East.
A senior parliamentarian says Iran is to keep up its advisory support for the Syrian government and military in the Arab country’s fight against foreign-backed terrorists.