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Behrouz Kamalvandi, Deputy Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) said that the dossier of inspecting Iranian military sites was closed forever.
Russian Ambassador to Iran Dzhagaryan told the media that President Putin will arrive in Tehran on Wednesday to attend the trilateral meeting of Iran, Russia, and Azerbaijan.
Iran in a statement on Friday hailed Women’s role in sustainability of peace and security arrangement in various parts of the world, saying that unfortunately, they are primary victims of the terrorism.
Commander-in-Chief of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari says the brotherly unity of the army and the IRGC is an element that defeats the enemies of Islam and the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Establishment.
During the annual assembly of Iran and Britain’s Chambers of Commerce, Iran’s envoy to London Hamid Baeidinezhad said that UK companies interested in doing business with Iran, called for an increase in economic interactions.
Iran’s consulate in Erbil dismissed speculation about reopening of the border crossings with the Iraqi Kurdistan Region, saying two of the three border crossings are still closed at the request of the Baghdad central government.
France’s oil and gas major Total is withholding decision on a $4.8 billion development of the world’s largest gas field in Iran, awaiting clarity from the US.
Brigadier General Ahmadreza Pourdastan stressed Sat. that the West has no business meddling in Iran’s missile program or the country’s military sites.
“Tanzania is an important gateway to the east of Africa, and given the status and capabilities of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the development of bilateral relations is of regional importance,” said president Rouhani.
A senior Iranian conservative figure has criticized the Guardian Council’s decision to disqualify the Zoroastrian member of Yazd’s City Council Sepanta Niknam, who had been elected by popular vote.