Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister Seyyed Abbas Araqchi says the Islamic Republic is trying to ease tension in Eastern Ghouta, a rebel-held Syrian area where a “critical humanitarian and socio-economic situation” is developing.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says his cell phone grew as hot as an iron during the negotiations with six world powers on Tehran’s nuclear program which resulted in the conclusion of the Iran nuclear deal.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi says the wall of distrust between Tehran and Washington has become taller, especially after the implementation of the Iran nuclear deal.
Javier Poves Gómez, a Spanish football coach, says Iran’s national football team has the potential for turning into a powerhouse in the next ten years.
A political analyst says negotiations between Iran and Europe on regional issues can be fruitful and trust-building only if the EU does not raise the issue of Tehran’s missile program.
A senior Iranian general says although the Islamic Republic is capable of producing missiles with various ranges, high destructive power and precision, the range of missiles is merely determined based on possible threats.
American author and journalist Barbara Slavin says it is even hard to imagine that Trump would be re-elected as he has aroused so much opposition from so many Americans.
A former conservative lawmaker says the US and the Israeli regime are trying to change the direction of recent protest rallies in Iran and use them for their own interests.
Iran's former envoy to the UN says the problem of Yemen’s Houthis is that they do not have any representatives at international organizations while controlling the Yemeni government.
A former Iranian diplomat says Tehran can play a role in settling differences between Yerevan and Baku.