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President of the Islamic Republic of Iran expressed satisfaction over the amicable ties and cooperation with the Netherlands and stated: “Tehran welcomes further deepening of ties with the European Union member states, including the Netherlands and seeks to promote these relations to serve the interests of both nations”.
The dead bodies of 32 passengers have so far been found in Tehran-Yassouj plane crash site, Isfahan governor general said.
President of the Islamic Republic of Iran referred to the ample opportunities and potentials for deepening ties between Iran and Spain and stressed efforts to develop and cement relations between the two countries in all fields of mutual interest.
The North Atlantic Alliance (NATO) military bloc is not allowed to use Iraqi territory against Iran, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said.
A seven-member French delegation arrived in Tehran late on Tuesday to cooperate in investigating the cause of ATR plane crash in central Iran that killed all passengers and crew members on board.
If the weather allows, the dead bodies of the passengers of the crashed ATR in southwestern Iran will be transported to Yassouj in two days, but if the weather turns harsh, it will definitely take more time, said the head of the Crisis Management of Iran Esmeel Najjar.
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami, currently visiting Baku, Azerbaijan, conferred with President Ilham Aliyev on Wednesday.
Iran’s Ambassador to the United Nations Gholamali Khoshroo, during an address on Tuesday, condemned the unilateral measures of some states as weakening the establishment of the United Nations.
Senior Adviser to Iranian Leader Ali Akbar Velayati warned the Europeans that worsening situation in the Middle East can worsen the conditions for the European countries as well.
Officials at the Trump administration are using a case against an Iranian airliner to thwart a multibillion-dollar deal between Boeing and flag carrier Iran Air for the sale of new passenger planes, US reports say.