Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
Iran’s vice president for legal affairs denounced the US announcement of its withdrawal from the Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations and Consular Rights -signed with Iran in 1955- saying such a pull-out is a lengthy process that faces many obstacles.
The Iranian Army will unveil its new air-defensive achievements before the current Iranian year ends (on March 20, 2019).
The 4th edition of Military Medicine Congress in Asia-Pacific Region began in Tehran on Saturday.
Iran’s permanent ambassador to international organization in Europe and his Chinese counterpart discussed means of strengthening mutual cooperation on international scene.
An Iranian delegation, consisting of women lawmakers, arrived in the Swiss capital on Saturday to attend the 139th Assembly of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) on October 14-18.
Iran and India discussed areas of marine and ports cooperation and the possibility of expanding ties on the southern Iranian port of Chabahar in a meeting between senior marine and ports officials of the two countries.
One of Iran’s top foreign policy officials has called for negotiations with “anti-Trump movements” in the US to dampen the impact of sanctions, local media reported Saturday.
Iranian heavy crude’s price rises by 2.09 dollars in the week ending on October 5 to approach 81 dollars per barrel.
Representative of Non-Aligned Movement, Ali Nasimfar, said at a UNGA session Fri. that objectives of sanctions are not to punish the populace, calling for clearly defined objectives based on tenable legal grounds.
Iranian athletes gained a total of 51 gold medals winning 3rd place for their country at 2018 Asian Para Games, for the first time in history.