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Iran told the United States on Tuesday that it will keep “all options on table” if President Donald Trump designate its elite Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as a terrorist organization.
Iran nuclear deal otherwise known as Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) does not belong to one or two countries, but to the whole world, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica Mogherini said.
IRGC commander Maj. Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari said there is an excellent understanding between IRGC and FM Zarif in stating our stances against the enemies of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Iran and Turkey have signed a draft agreement to carry out trade activities based on their own local currencies instead of traditional foreign currencies such as the euro and the dollar.
Iran determined to develop cooperation, friendly ties with neighbouring countries, including Armenia
Referring to Iran’s readiness to provide more technical and engineering services and encourage the private sector, including in the field of roads, housing, dams and power plants in Armenia, President Rouhani stated: “The Iranian government is determined to develop cooperation and friendly relations with neighbouring countries, including Armenia, and there are no restrictions on this”.
Commander of the Royal Air Force of Oman (RAFO) met and talked with Iranian Minister of Defense and Armed Forces Logistical Support Brigadier General Amir Hatami.
The head of Iran’s nuclear agency warned the United States on Tuesday against undermining the 2015 nuclear deal, saying international nonproliferation efforts as well as Washington’s international standing would suffer as a result.
A senior Iranian politician warned against Washington’s continued hostilities toward Damascus and said the US is seeking to break up eastern and northeastern parts of the war-torn country.
A senior Iranian energy official said Armenia has indicated keenness to buy more natural gas from Iran, adding energy relations between Tehran and Yerevan will bolster in the future.
Political developments has no impact on the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reports, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano said on Monday.