Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:
President Hassan Rouhani said that the victories which Iran has achieved over the United Sates over the past three months is unprecedented in the history.
Foreign customers will be able to trade Iranian crude oil at the Iranian energy bourse amid the looming US sanctions targeting the Middle Eastern country’s energy sector, local media reported, citing Iranian Deputy Petroleum Minister Ali Kardor.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry categorically denied the claims raised by a lawmaker that the ministry is making efforts to hold talks with the US in a neighboring country.
The spokesman for presiding board of the Parliament Ali Asghar Yousefnejad announced that President Hassan Rouhani will attend the Iranian Parliament Saturday to defend the plans and competency of his proposed ministers.
The oil market could be in for a surprise when U.S. sanctions on Iranian crude exports are implemented in 10 days, according to Hedgeye Risk Management LLC.
Governor of Central Bank of Iran (CBI) said Fri. that the EU’s financial mechanism to ease trade transactions with Iran will act as a bilateral monetary agreement, allowing exporters to receive their foreign exchange earnings through it.
Iran’s United Nations envoy says the United States’ threat of imposing more sanctions on the Islamic Republic violates both the Amity pact between the countries and a UN court ruling against Washington.
Today morning, a number of principalist representatives submitted a letter of protest to the Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani and members of the Expediency Council (EC) on the move taken by the Parliament Speaker in sending two bills pertinent to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to the Expediency Council.
Chief-Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari said that unity, amity and solidarity among Muslims is the message of Arbaeen (which marks forty days after the Day of Ashura when Imam Hussain (AS) and his true companions were martyred in the battlefield in Karbala).
Iran, historically, has been a key supplier of crude for India, says Sunjay Sudhir, joint secretary for international cooperation at the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas.