Iran English language newspaper headlines on Sunday, 3-2-2019

Iran Daily

Tockuss: Thousands of German firms keen on Iran trade

Between 5,000 and 7,000 small- and medium-sized German companies enterprises are still willing to continue trade with Iran, said a senior member of Iran-Germany Chamber of Commerce.

Iran slams ‘hegemonic’ US over Venezuela

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday criticized the United States for seeking “world hegemony” and denounced Washington for trying to topple Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro.

Russia suspends nuclear missile treaty after US move

President Vladimir Putin on Saturday said Russia was suspending its participation in a key Cold War-era missile treaty in a mirror response to a US move the day before.

UK would regret no-deal Brexit ‘forever’:Business minister

Britain would permanently regret leaving the European Union without a deal, and parliament needs to reach a decision to stop this in the next two weeks, Business Minister Greg Clark said in a newspaper interview on Saturday.

Iran unveils long-range cruise missile

Iran unveiled a cruise missile with a range of 1,350 kilometers (840 miles) on Saturday during celebrations marking the anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Rouhani welcomes EU’s independent move on trade with Iran

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani welcomed the European Union’s launch of a financial mechanism with Iran in order to show its independence from the United States.

Salehi: Iran ready to build light-water reactors for neighbors

Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) said that Iran is ready to design and construct light-water research reactors for the neighboring countries.

Terrorist attack kills IRGC member in southeastern Iran

A terrorist attack on a military unit in Iran’s southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchestan killed one member of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).

Tehran Times

Rouhani says unity in Venezuela will foil U.S. plots

TEHRAN — President Hassan Rouhani on Saturday separately received credentials of the new ambassadors of Venezuela, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Croatia, Tunisia, Mali, Sierra Leone and Turkey.

Iranian, Russian diplomats hold talks over Syria

TEHRAN— Rus-sia’s special envoy on SyriaAlexander Lavrentiev met in Tehran on Saturday with Hossein Jaberi Ansari, the Iranian foreign minister’s special aide in political affairs, who acts as Iran’s point man for Arab affairs.

Putin authorizes development of advanced missiles in response to US

Russian President Vladimir Putin has suspended a Cold War-era agreement after the United States abandoned, au-thorizing his military forces to push ahead with development of new missiles.

Energy Fintech in Iran: An expert view

Tehran Times once more welcomed Chris Cook, a senior research fellow at the Insti-tute for Strategy, Resilience and Security Studies at University College London and a leading global expert in energy markets and financial technology, and Mahmood Khaghani, one of Iran’s experienced and informed energy experts, to discuss the chal-lenges and opportunities facing Iran as the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution approaches.

“We Are All Together” producer denies allegation of money laundering

Reza Mirkarimi, the produc-er of director Kamal Tabrizi’s comedy film “We Are All Together”, denied on Friday online reports alleging the project has helped certain people to launder money.

U.S. will end up in wheelchair if it attacks Iran, Larijani warns

Reacting to U.S. military threats against Iran, Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani said the Americans won’t dare attack Iran as they know they will “wind up in a wheelchair” afterwards.

Zarif: Trump’s exit from nuclear missile pact proves ‘any deal with U.S. not worth the ink’

Irani-an Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Friday the Trump administration’s decision to suspend its compliance with the INF nu-clear missile pact with Russia sends this message to the world that “any deal with the U.S. government is not worth the ink, even treaties ratified by Congress.”

Tehran reiterates support for govt.-led Afghan peace talks

Iran’s envoy to a meeting of the International Contact Group on Afghanistan has voiced Tehran’s support for the Afghan peace process.

Long-range cruise missile unveiled

On Sat-urday, Iran unveiled a long-range surface-to surface cruise mis-sile designed and built by experts at the Defense Ministry’s Aerospace Industries Organization.