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Stressing that a new European Union mechanism to facilitate payments for Iranian exports will be in place in coming days, Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said “US cannot achieve its political goals for sure.”
President Hassan Rouhani expressed pleasure with Majlis’ votes of confidence to the four proposed ministers, saying that the Cabinet once again is fully ready to offer services to the Iranian noble people.
Oil prices dipped on Monday as sentiment remained cautious after a plunge in financial markets last week triggered worries that global growth may be slowing.
A financial channel that the European Union has devised to continue trade with Iran and neutralize the US sanctions against Tehran has faced a new obstacle, as the EU member states are reportedly reluctant to host the new financial structure.
Brigadier General Gholamreza Jalali, the head of Iran’s Passive Defense Organization, has said “cryptocurrencies are untraceable in the financial and monetary system of each country, but internationally they can provide us with great opportunities.”
Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad-Javad Zarif arrived in Istanbul to attend the trilateral meeting of the Iranian, Turkish, and Azeri foreign ministers.
The presence of Iran’s military advisors neutralized the US plots in the region to ignite religious, sectarian and fratricidal wars, said the spokesman of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps (IRGC) on Monday.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif condemned a mass shooting in a synagogue in the US city of Pittsburgh that killed 11 people.
With the possibility of cutting banking relationship between China’s Bank of Kunlun and Iranian traders, Beijing intends to launch a new banking system to continue financial and banking cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
First Vice President Es’hagh Jahangiri said that free and special economic zones enjoy high capacities and are a great opportunity for the development of the country.