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Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi reiterated his country’s opposition to both a renegotiation of the 2015 nuclear deal and talks on its missile program, stressing that Tehran is prepared for any scenarios to be played by Washington.
A former consultant to Iran’s mission to the United Nations was sentenced to three months in prison on Friday for evading taxes by concealing his income and helping family and friends make money transfers that violated U.S. sanctions against Iran.
Taking aim at Iran’s global footprint, the Trump administration on Friday hit six people and seven businesses linked to Hezbollah with terror sanctions, calling it “the first wave” in a pressure campaign that will escalate throughout the year.
The European Union (EU) spokesman said that EU will support the legitimate rights of its companies if US withdraw from, Iran nuclear deal.
In an interview with Mehr News Agency, Iran’s Ambassador to Pakistan Mehdi Honardoost said necessary measures have been taken to increase exporting Iran’s national products to Pakistan.
Iranian ambassador to France in an interview in Paris said the US, as one side of the July 2015 nuclear deal, has changed its way and ‘swims against the current’.
Three Iranian satellites are the final stages of getting prepared for being put into orbit, and have been placed into a queue of satellites awaiting launch, ICT minister announced Saturday.
Iranian armed forces closely monitor all moves taken by the enemies, a military official said stressing that Iran’s military doctrines is based on defense.
Head of Iran’s Civil Defense Organization Brigadier General Gholam Reza Jalali warned that western-based Telegram channel Sedaei Mardom (formerly known as Amad News) is conducting espionage operations against the country’s security.
The first solar power plant in Iran’s Yazd province, jointly financed by Iran and Germany, was officially inaugurated on Saturday, February 3.