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The most urgent needs of the Muslim world are ‘unity’ and ‘serious move toward progress in different sciences’, said Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution in a meeting with the participants of the International Congress on the Role of the Shia School in the Emergence and Development of Islamic Sciences on Saturday.
President Rouhani met with the foreign minister of Turkmenistan and stressed that, “The Islamic Republic of Iran is determined to deepen ties with all neighbours, including Turkmenistan as a friend and brother country”.
Highest-ranking military commanders of Iran and Bolivia in a meeting in Tehran weighed plans for enhanced defense cooperation between the two countries.
Foreign Ministers of Iran and Turkmenistan met and conferred about bilateral, regional and international issues in the Iranian capital on Saturday.
The Iran nuclear deal can survive without the United States’ support, Federica Mogherini, the EU’s foreign policy chief, said Friday.
In a letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, Iran has condemned the Israeli regime for assisting terrorists in Syria.
Chief executive of Iranian Oil Pipelines and Telecommunications Company (IOPTC) Abbas-Ali Jafarinasab said that more than 80 percent of parts and equipment related to the oil pipelines and telecommunications is manufactured inside the country.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have reaffirmed their commitment to preserving a 2015 landmark nuclear agreement despite the US move to pull out of it, the Kremlin says.
The reigning champion Iran defeated Japan 5-2 to claim gold medal in the 2018 AFC Women’s Futsal Championship on Saturday.
No Iranian has been killed in the Zionist regime’s recent attack on Syria, an informed source said on Saturday.