The nuclear deal between Iran and P5+1 has nothing to do with Iran’s relations, nor does it mean rapprochement between Tehran and Washington, said Ayatollah Yazdi.
Algeria is determined to boost relations with Iran after the conclusion of the Vienna nuclear agreement, said the Algerian prime minister in a meeting with Foreign Minister Zarif.
The UN secretary general told the Iranian top MP that he would pay an official visit to Iran in the near future.
Some big powers tried to bring the Iranian nation to its knees, but the nation emerged victorious through steadfastness, Larijani told the Fourth World Conference of Parliament Speakers.
Today’s main confrontation is between extremism and moderation, and all Muslim countries should unite against extremism, said Zarif in a meeting with his Tunisian counterpart.
The Japanese MP told Iran's parliament speaker that his country stands ready to work with Tehran to help promote peace and stability at regional and international levels.
During the visits, the Iranian top diplomat will explore avenues for the promotion of bilateral ties with Tunisia and Algeria.
Germany's symphonic orchestra can change its conductor and then apply for performance in Tehran, said the spokesman of the Culture Ministry.
Terrorist groups in Africa are a threat to regional and global peace and security and the fight against extremism is a major subject for mutual cooperation, said Zarif.
Iran has held talks with many countries on visa requirements and the diplomacy apparatus is ready to provide anything needed to facilitate the growth of the tourism sector, said Zarif.