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Head of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Public Relations Department and IRGC Spokesman General Ramezan Sharif strongly dismissed the recent remarks by the US envoy over the supply of Iranian missiles to Yemen, saying the missiles had been imported from the former Soviet Union and North Korea.
Foreign Minister Zarif told Sputnik that Iran will file a complaint with the United Nations over the US Ambassador Nikki Haley’s missile-related claim against the Islamic Republic.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Chairman of the Supreme Assembly of Nakhchivan Vasif Talibov met in Tehran on Sunday.
Iran Air (HOMA) CEO Farzaneh Sharafbafi said France’s Airbus will undertake financing of aircraft purchases by the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Iran says several leading oil and gas players have submitted the results of their studies over the development of one of its biggest oil prospects – Azadegan oil field.
Iranian president has submitted the membership act of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Association of Tax Authorities of Islamic Countries to the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance.
Iran’s light crude prices fell by 71 cents to be traded at 62.03 dollars per barrel in the week leading to December 08.
Iranian lawmakers on Sunday put down their signatures on a letter to question President Rouhani over the recent controversy on currency.
A senior commander at the General Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces praised the Navy’s self-sufficiency in manufacturing military hardware and said the naval forces are capable of building aircraft carriers with a length of 200 meters.
An emergency meeting of the Palestinian Committee of the Parliamentary Union of the OIC Member States (PUOICM) is slated to be held in the Iranian capital of Tehran on Monday.