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Iran’s Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zanganeh said the US dream to bring Iran’s oil exports to zero would never come true, adding no countries, except for South Korea, had cut their oil imports from Iran.
Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, said on Monday that the attackers who killed 25 people at a military parade were paid by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, and Iran would “severely punish” those behind the attack.
The funeral procession for those who attained martyrdom in a terrorist attack against a military parade in Ahvaz started with the attendance of cabinet ministers and provincial officials in the city of Ahvaz.
President Hassan Rouhani said on Sunday that UN General Assembly meeting is a suitable opportunity for exposing US violations of international commitments.
The deputy head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards warned U.S. and Israeli leaders on Monday to expect a “devastating” response from Iran, accusing them of involvement in Saturday’s attack on a military parade in the city of Ahvaz that killed 25 people.
President Donald Trump’s tweeting habits are lifting oil prices, and the U.S. leader should stop posting on social media to alleviate the spike in prices, according to one Iranian official.
Iran’s Armed Forces will strongly confront the terrorist masterminds of Ahvaz attack that killed 25 people, including children, a senior general vowed on Monday.
Oil prices rose about 2 percent on Monday as markets tightened ahead of Washington’s new sanctions against Iran, with some traders forecasting a spike in crude to $100 per barrel.
Iran’s Defense Minister vowed Monday that the country will take revenge against the terrorists who killed scores of people in southwestern Iran.
The 12th edition of IranPlast International Exhibition started in Tehran in a ceremony held in the presence of Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zanganeh.