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Iran’s president says the United States has been defeated in confrontation with Iran on the political front, as almost the entire world stood by the Islamic Republic against Washington’s unilateral approach.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei asked Iranian elites and experts for their consultative opinion on various aspects of the Islamic-Iranian Paradigm of Progress in order to upgrade the document which defines a roadmap for the next 50 years.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says the Islamic Republic will keep its military advisory presence in Syria as long as Tehran finds it “effective and useful” and as long as the Arab country’s government demands it.
An Iranian lawmaker said the European package of measures to secure Iran’s benefits from the 2015 nuclear deal would be announced before November 4, when a new round of US sanctions against Tehran comes into force.
The potential massacre of civilians while trying to retake the last major stronghold of anti-government militants in Syria — namely Idlib Province — is a red line for Iran, says the Iranian chief negotiator in the peace process for Syria.
Iran will make use of its intelligent individuals, elites and considerable capacities to strengthen the country’s international position day by day, Iranian president said here on Sunday.
Iran has found new customers for its oil and is holding talks with the traditional buyers to find new ways to cooperate with other nations, the country’s first vice-president said on Sunday.
Iran’s Intelligence Ministry said it has so far eliminated 300 terrorist groups inside country and has killed their members.
Iran has arrested a member of its military in connection with a gun attack on a military parade in the city of Ahvaz last month which killed 25 people, semi-official Fars News agency reported on Sunday.
IRGC deputy commander Brigadier General Hossein Salami said that the US is being isolated in the world and losing its allies while Iran is at the heart of region’s political developments and it cannot be isolated.