Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
Iran’s central bank announced on Tuesday that a finance agreement was signed between four Iranian banks and the Eximbank of Russia on Tuesday in Moscow.
Iranian MP representing Ardabil constituency reported on Tuesday that agriculture minister’s impeachment is likely due to recent increases in the prices of meat, chicken, and eggs.
France’s Foreign Minister Jean Yves Le Drian will visit the Iranian capital of Tehran next week to meet with high-ranking Iranian officials.
Iran’s president signed into force the Chabahr international transport and transit corridor agreement between the governments of Iran, Afghanistan and India.
Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami says the Islamic Republic will boost its military prowess with full strength and without any halt.
Secretary of the Expediency Council and former IRGC Commander Mohsen Rezaei said the return of authority and national security to the Islamic Republic of Iran is the eternal honor of the glorious Islamic Revolution.
Iran sees an unprecedented opportunity for international companies to operate in its oil industry, despite uncertainty over potential new sanctions from the United States, a deputy at the National Iranian Oil Company said.
A senior adviser to Iran’s Leader said on Tuesday that Palestine is still number one issue of the Islamic world, criticizing the statement issued by participants in OIC Summit in Istanbul for being too conservative.
An earthquake measuring 4.4 on Richter scale hit Taza-Abad, Kermanshah Province, western Iran on Tuesday.
Managing-Director of the Iranian Aviation Industries Organization (IAIO) Manouchehr Manteqi announced that his country ranks second in the region in the construction of space infrastructures and launching different satellites into the orbit.