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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has called on the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) to pursue the establishment of an international inquiry to bring Israeli criminals to justice in the wake of their recent slaughter of Palestinians.
At a bilateral meeting with Russian President Putin in Ankara on, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told his Russian counterpart that all efforts should be focused to stop Saudi war against Yemeni people.
Iranian Foreign Minister in a message denounced US President Donald Trump’s attempts to undermine national unity in Syria.
Minister of Defense Amir Hatami said Wed. that Iran assisted Syria and Iraq in the fight against terrorism with all its might so that they could uproot terrorism in their respective countries.
The Azeri capital, Baku, is hosting a ministerial meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), which is focused on challenges to global peace and security.
A diplomatic source in Washington said the European Union has no plans to renegotiate the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers despite calls from the Trump administration.
Iran’s representative to the UN chemical watchdog, Alireza Jahangiri, called on Russia and UK to settle disputes over the Salisbury nerve agent attack through cooperation and constructive talks.
India is set to offer a $3-4 billion development plan for the Farzad B gas field to Iran next week after Tehran reduced the scope of the project, two sources familiar with the matter said.
During trilateral summit of the Iranian, Turkish and Russian presidents in Ankara on Syrian developments, it was decided that Tehran host the next round of the meeting.
The Russian S-300 air defense system plays an important role in the security of the Islamic Republic, the Iranian defense minister said.