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The International Court of Justice has begun hearing a lawsuit brought by Iran against new US sanctions ordered by the Trump administration.
President in a phone call with his French counterpart: Parties to JCPOA should boost efforts, transparency for saving it
Presidents of the Islamic Republic of Iran and France had a phone call and discussed bilateral, regional and international issues, stressing that they will make their best to further cement Tehran-Paris relations.
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami praised the Holy Shrine Defenders as well as Syrian Army and people for their resistance and struggles to curb domination systems and their allies.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan will visit Iran on Sept 7, his office said on Monday, on a trip expected to include a three-way summit with Russian and Iranian leaders.
The International Conference of Hamedan as the “ACD Tourism Capital, 2018” started in this western Iranian provincial capital city on Monday.
Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Iran said that his country will continue buying Iran’s oil based on prior agreements.
Iranian foreign minister’s aide for political affairs Hussein Qaribi says Iran is the undisputed power in countering terrorism in the whole region.
Earlier, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) held large-scale military drills in the Persian Gulf. The IRGC said they were ready to disrupt other countries’ oil shipments through the strait if Iran’s own exports were impeded.
Europe has managed to prevent the situation around Iran from further escalation owing to its quick and proper reaction to the recently reintroduced US sanctions on Tehran, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Monday.
Iran’s Behdad Salimi from Iran claimed a gold medal in the weightlifting men’s +105 kg on Monday.