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Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has denounced US officials’ “duplicitous and opportunist” support for recent gatherings in protest against economic conditions in some Iranian cities.
Iranians attended countrywide marches on Saturday in commemoration of a huge rally back in 2009 in which the nation reaffirmed allegiance to the Islamic Republic Establishment and ended months of turmoil, including sacrilegious riots, following that year’s presidential election.
Two ATR airplanes purchased by Iran Air from the world’s leading turboprop manufacturer have just landed at Mehrabad Airport in Tehran, bringing the number of ATR-72 delivered to Iran by the Franco-Italian company to 8.
Iran’s interior minister called on citizens to avoid “illegal gatherings” after two days of angry protests against an array of economic problems.
The average age of the planes of Iran’s national flight carrier reduced to about 20 years, said the managing director of Iran Air after her company received two ATR planes on Saturday.
The Iranian administration has assured the nation that it will work to tackle the economic problems in the country following protests in some cities over price hikes and unauthorized credit institutions.
Releasing an interfering Twitter message, the US president supported turbulence in some Iranian cities.
An earthquake measuring 4.2 on Richter scale shook the city of Qasr-e Shirin in Kermanshah Province on Friday evening.
The latest annual report issued by Iran-UK chamber of commerce indicates a nearly 50% increase in the trade transactions between the two sides after the signing of Iran nuclear deal in 2015.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has once again confirmed that Iran is fulfilling its commitments under nuclear deal.