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Noting Iran’s proposal for signing a non-aggression pact with regional countries, FM spokesman Mousavi said there is currently no prospect for talks with US.
New govt plans to hold talks with Iran at the earliest to discuss ways to resume oil imports and is even looking to pay in Indian currency.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reacted to US President Donald Trump’s recent statements during his visit to Japan, and said that actions speak louder than words.
Switzerland supports any effort to resolve the tense Iran nuclear situation and is ready to host talks to this end, as the country has done many times before, Tobias Privitelli, the deputy head of the Swiss diplomatic mission in Russia, said.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Mousavi verified the Japanese PM visit to Iran, hoping that the date would be fixed in the coming weeks.
Iranian Ambassador to Paris, Bahram Ghasemi, stressed that nuclear weapons have never had any place in the defense doctrine of the Islamic Republic.
A member of Parliament’s Health Commission said on Monday that Iran has no difficulty to supply the required medicine and medical equipment under the US sanctions.
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh said on Tuesday that in case of Indians’ reluctance to sign a contract with NIOC on expansion of Farzad B gas field, an Iranian company will take up the job.
Russian deputy Foreign Minister informed of his upcoming visit to Iran’s capital Tehran.
The Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Spokesman Keivan Khosravi on Tuesday said that the country’s steps to reduce a portion of its commitments to the nuclear deal will be regularly reported.