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Iran’s Foreign Minister said to Japanese media on Tuesday the international community’s response to the killing of prominent Saudi journalist was late yet severe.
Saudi energy minister says his country would not be able to compensate for possible oil disappearance from global markets once the US re-imposes its sanctions against Iran.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Monday reiterated his country’s support for Iran nuclear deal known as JCPOA, saying that Russia considers US withdrawal from the deal the US a big mistake.
Members of Iran’s Majlis (Parliament) are holding a closed session in the presence of two top diplomats on Tuesday to review bill on the joining of Iran to the Combating the Financing of Terrorism (CFT) convention.
Visiting Oman’s undersecretary of the Foreign Ministry met with Iranian foreign minister in Tehran on Tuesday.
Iran, India and Afghanistan are reviewing the progress on completing the Chabahar Port project that will provide India a critical transport link to Afghanistan bypassing Pakistan.
Iran said on Tuesday it arrested three militant groups planning attacks on Shia Muslims at the annual pilgrimage of Arbaeen, which marks the end of a 40-day mourning period for the grandson of the Prophet Mohammad, Imam Hussein.
Iran’s minister of petroleum says Saudi Arabia has submitted to US pressure, violating an OPEC agreement reached in June not to raise its production.
Chairman of the Iran-France parliamentary friendship group in the Senate Philip Bunkar said on Tuesday that France would use its full potential to materialize and stay in Iranian nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said US President Donald Trump has failed in its intended goals for the fate of the 2015 nuclear deal, followed by his other failures in the UNSC and UNGA sessions.