Iran and Germany can cooperate to settle regional and international problems, President Rouhani said at a meeting with the German top diplomat.
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham on Saturday strongly condemned the terrorist attack in east Saudi Arabia which claimed lives of many innocent civilians gathering together to mourn the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein (AS), the third Shia Imam.
If the nuclear talks are viewed as the preliminary stage of normalization of ties between Iran and the rest of the world, after the Vienna accord a new window opened, ushering in economic talks.
The German foreign minister has said that Zarif and his team stood their ground to represent Iran’s interests and help work out a solution acceptable to both sides.
We are not after eliminating Saudi Arabia, and won't allow Saudi Arabia to eliminate Iran from the region, Zarif said.
The massacre of innocent women and men is an inhumane unjustifiable act, Afkham said.
The nuclear deal does not guarantee the termination of sanctions, nor does it offer any assurances that the country's achievements will be safeguarded, the daily argues.
Tehran and Tokyo can cooperate in different sectors, including energy, the environment, transportation, dam construction, culture and research, President Rouhani said.
The Foreign Ministry spokeswomen dismissed any links between Iran's missile tests and JCPOA and said Iran's missile capabilities are totally independent of the nuclear deal.
We have openly said that we won't allow anyone to meddle in Iran's internal affairs, Foreign Minister Zarif said.