Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
Tehran Prosecutor General Abbas Jafari Dowlatabadi said that the spy who helped Mossad to assassinate Iranian nuclear energy scientists have been sentenced to death.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani visited family of Armenian martyr Georgekeshish Harutun on Christmas Eve and spoke with them in a cordial atmosphere.
The six-nation Speakers Conference concluded in Islamabad with adoption of the declaration of partnership for regional peace, development and connectivity. It agreed to hold the next meeting in Tehran, Iran, next year.
Parliament Speaker Special Aide on International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian strongly condemned foolish comments of Bahrain’s foreign minister against Iran’s history.
Iranian Supreme Leader’s top aide for international affairs Ali Akbar Velayati underlined that the vote in the United Nations General Assembly on the draft resolution on Jerusalem was a new disgrace and failure for the US.
Iranian foreign ministry spokesman has called on France not to be swayed by the wrong policies pursued by the US and those who promote the Iranophobia project.
Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq on Monday said that Pakistan attached immense importance to its fraternal relations with Iran and wanted to further cement bilateral relations through enhanced parliamentary cooperation between the legislatures of both countries.
The Iranian foreign ministry played down a letter sent by 24 Republican members of the US House to the secretaries of state and defense claiming Tehran’s violation of the 2015 nuclear deal, stressing that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is the only authority vested with the power of verifying Iran’s compliance.
Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission slammed the insulting behavior of a Dutch lawmaker towards greeting cards sent by the Iranian embassy to that country’s officials and politicians.
Tehran called on London to speed up payment of its decades-old £450mln debt to Iran which was due to be spent for purchasing military equipment from Britain.