Iran English language newspaper headlines on Saturday, 16-2-2019

Iran Daily

Rouhani: Terrorists mustn’t feel safe anywhere in world

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said terrorists must not feel safe in Syria or any other part of the world, warning their supporters about playing the card of terrorism to achieve their goals.

UNSC, EU condemn terrorist attack in Iran

The UN Security Council and the European Union on Thursday condemned a suicide bombing which killed 27 troops and wounded 13 others in southeastern Iran.

Zarif: Iran doesn’t trust Trump

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif dismissed the idea of renegotiating the landmark 2015 Iran nuclear deal that US President Donald Trump pulled out of in May and snapped backed sanctions on Iran.

Turkey ‘ready’ to launch Iran trade channel to bypass US sanctions

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced that his country is “ready” to establish its own trade mechanism with Iran, allowing companies from the two neighbors to continue doing “legitimate” business amid punishing US sanctions.

Iran: Warsaw conference final statement underscores meeting’s failure

Iran’s Foreign Ministry dismissed the allegations raised in the final statement of the Warsaw Conference held in Poland, describing the communiqué as proof of the anti-Iran meeting’s failure.

Iran, South Korea FMs meet in Munich

Iran Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his South Korean counterpart Kang Kyung-wha discussed a range of issues on Friday.

Iran condemns terrorist attack in India

Iran’s Foreign Ministry in a statement on Thursday strongly condemned a terrorist attack in India’s city of Srinagar that killed at least 40 people.

Two killed in training plane crash in NE Iran

A training ultralight aircraft crashed in the northeastern Khorasan Razavi Province on Friday, killing two people aboard.

Tehran Times

Iranian trade-industry delegation to visit Syria on Feb. 16-19

An Irani-an trade and industry delegation will visit Syria from February 16 to 19, the portal of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agri-culture (TCCIMA) published.

Japan lauds Tokyo-Tehran ‘friendly’ ties

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has hailed his country’s ties with Iran as “traditionally friendly. The Japanese prime minister made the comment as he met with visiting Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani in the capital city of Tokyo.

Bahrainis stage nationwide rallies to mark eighth uprising anniversary

Bahrainis have held rallies across the tiny Persian Gulf state to mark theireighth anniversary of the popular uprising against the ruling monarchy.

Foreign spy agencies behind terror attack on IRGC forces: Leader

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatol-lah Ali Khamenei has de-nounced a bloody terrorist attack on members of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), saying the spy agencies of certain regional and trans-regional countries cer-tainly had a hand in the crime.

JCPOA Procurement Channel’s experience overshadowing INSTEX

The experience of JCPOA Procurement Channel, which was supposed to ensure that Iran is able to benefit from regular trade in the field of single and dual-use items of nuclear relevance, proves that the Europe’s newly created Instrument for Supporting Trade Exchanges, INSTEX, would not be able to meet Iranian nation’s demand for food and medicine either, according to Mehr news agency’s Friday report.

Pouran Shariat-Razavi dies aged 85

Fatemeh (Pouran) Shariat-Razavi, succumbed to illness on Friday. She suffered a stroke on Monday 11 February.

Iran, Russia, Turkey reaffirm commitment to Syria’s sovereignty

Iran, Russia and Turkey issued a joint statement on Thursday at the end of Sochi conference on Syrian crisis and reaffirmed commitment to Syria’s sovereignty and independence.

Warsaw final statement testifies to summit’s failure: Tehran

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bah-ram Qassemi has dismissed the allegations raised in the final statement of the Warsaw Conference, describing the statement as a proof of the anti-Iran summit’s failure.

Fighting terrorism is our common cause, Rouhani says after Sochi talks

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Thursday that fighting terrorism is a common cause for Iran, Russia and Turkey.