Nuclear

Iran Parliament

Iranian MPs thank negotiating team for standing firm on red lines

The resistance of the negotiating team against the excessive demands of the arrogant powers, headed by the US, is a source of honor and appreciable, a statement by MPs read.
Asgaroladi

Economic Official: First Stage of JCPOA Successful

A Member from Iran’s Chamber of Commerce said on Sunday May 5 that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) has been successful in its first stage so far.
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Iranian negotiators act in line with instructions of leader: Advisor

Leader's advisor Ali Akbar Velayati said the Supreme leader supports the Iranian negotiators who are trying their best to stand up for Iranian rights.
Iran Foreign Ministery

Foreign Ministry Rejects NATO’s Anti-Iran Claims

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi said the statement recently issued by North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) on Iran's missile program was a “repetition of the past unfounded claims.”
Rouhani-Iran-President

Those who have vested interest in sanctions should change their job

President Rouhani has said through nuclear talks Iran wants to prove to the world that anti-Iran charges are false.
Larijani

Iran Files Complaint over Fresh US Sanctions: Larijani

Iran's Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says the country has lodged a complaint with the joint commission supervising implementation of Iran nuclear deal over the recent US sanctions, which clearly violate the JCPOA.
ZArif-Kerry

Iran, US hold nuclear talks in Davos

Top diplomats from Iran and the US have held talks on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, discussing the need to speed up the nuclear talks.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon (AFP)

UN Chief Calls on World Powers to Make JCPOA Beneficial for Iranians

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has called on world powers to make sure that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) is beneficial to the people of Iran.

World’s response to implementation of Iran historic nuclear deal

Many world leaders and politicians respond to the implementation of Iran’s historic nuclear deal with world powers.
Javad Zarif

Iran, P5+1 very likely to reach nuclear agreement: Zarif

If the other side shows “seriousness” in the ongoing negotiations, “an agreement is very likely,” Zarif said in an interview with German magazine Spiegel.

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