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Iran’s top security official Ali Shamkhani says the Tel Aviv regime was directly involved in killing Iranian military advisors in Syria.
Syria’s foreign minister says Iranian military advisers are embedded with Syrian troops but Tehran has no combat forces or fixed bases in the country.
Head of Iran’s flag carrier Iran Air voiced concern about looming problems for the Iranian flights at the foreign airports as the planes are going to be refused fuel under new sanctions.
Germany is fully ready to grow cooperation with Tehran metropolis in the technology realm, said German ambassador to Iran Michael Klor-Berchtold on Friday.
The UN Security Council is to hold a meeting on Resolution 2231 which is related to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as Iran Deal on June 19, said the head of the UNSC.
Indian state refiner Bharat Petroleum Corp has requested an extra one million barrels of oil from the National Iranian Oil Co. (NIOC) for June, two industry sources said, amid a looming threat of stringent U.S. sanctions.
Iran’s oil exports hit 2.7 million barrels per day (bpd) in May, the Oil Ministry’s news agency SHANA reported on Saturday, a new record since the lifting of international sanctions on Tehran in January 2016.
Iran’s Communications and Information Technology Minister Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi dismissed allegations that the country launches cyber attacks against other states with the help of an organized cyber army, and condemned any move that disrupts people’s everyday life in any part of the world.
Head of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Public Relations Department and IRGC Spokesman General Ramezan Sharif dismissed any possibility for Iran to hold talks with the West over its missile and defense capabilities.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has sent a message to the 11th World Zoroastrian Congress, expressing hope the meeting could help spread the message of divine religions the world badly needs.