Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
Iran’s Foreign Minister Dr Mohammad Javad Zarif told Euronews that the European Union can do more to bring about peace and stability in the Middle East, and needs to back-up its commitments with actions.
Tehran is bracing for the fallout of renewed US sanctions following President Trump’s pullout from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and has threatened to relaunch its uranium enrichment program if the nuclear agreement breaks down.
Spokesman for the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Behrouz Kamalvandi says Tehran is prepared to increase its uranium enrichment to higher levels if nuclear deal salvaging with the EU fall through.
The International Court of Justice has confirmed Iran’s filling of a lawsuit against the United States over its re-imposing sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
US signals to exempt some buyers of Iranian crude oil from the sanctions the country has planned against Tehran which resulted in reduction of global oil prices.
US President Donald Trump had requested a meeting with President Rouhani ‘eight times’ on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in Sep., according to Rouhani’s chief of staff Mahmoud Vaezi.
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami underlined that the country’s Armed Forces are prepared to punish any enemy who dares to pose threat and aggression against Iran.
Analysts believe the US is unlikely to become strict with Iran before the by-elections of the US Congress in November given the dire consequences of a possible hike in oil prices.
The European Investment Bank would put its global operations at risk by investing in Iran, its president said on Wednesday, the most public rejection yet of an EU plan to help save a nuclear deal with Tehran that Washington has abandoned.
A foreign policy advisor to Iran’s Leader says the country is prepared to help Yemenis restore peace to their country, if they make a request for Iran’s intervention.