A presidential advisor has said that information on nuclear talks should not be divulged and the country should bar the Saudis and Zionists from pitching their Iranophobia scenario.
President Rouhani has defended his government’s nuclear and economic policies, hitting out at those who treat Iran’s negotiators impolitely and indecently.
Iran’s defense minister has said that ISIL lacks the capability and capacity to pose any threat to the Iranian borders, and we do not deem it a threat.
A bombing plot in Mashhad, a poisoning plot in Tehran and a bombing plot in Qom are some of the conspiracies foiled by the Intelligence Ministry.
Hamid Baidinejad also said that the idea of foreign access to the country’s military sites has never been on the agenda of nuclear negotiations between Iran and P5+1.
From the 18 practical measures we agreed with the Agency, we concluded 16. Two remaining practical measures are under discussion,” Iran’s Ambassador to the IAEA Reza Najafi said.
All measures should be taken to prevent such incidents and combat those who have targeted the security and stability of the region by provoking religious strife, FM spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham said.
Ayatollah Kazem Sediqi has said that inspection by foreigners of Iran's military centers is against the teachings of the holy Koran.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has warned the P5+1 group of countries against “making excessive demands” in the ongoing negotiations over Tehran’s nuclear program.
The Iranian and US top diplomats are to meet in Geneva on May 30 to help narrow the differences between Tehran and P5+1 over writing the text of a final agreement.