Several politicians and diplomats as well as the representatives of presidents and prime ministers paid homage to the victims of the recent terrorist attacks in Tehran by signing the books of condolences opened in Iranian embassies across the world.
Iranian ambassador to France appreciated Anne Hidalgo, the mayor of Paris, for turning off the lights of Eiffel Tower in solidarity with the victims of Tehran terrorist attacks.
The European Union’s Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini in a message offered condolences to the Iranian people over the Wednesday attacks on Tehran, which has killed and wounded several people.
A former Iranian foreign minister says the talks between Iranian diplomats and the US president's advisor Brzezinski following the 1979 Revolution in Iran indirectly led to the seizure of US embassy in Tehran.
Iraq’s health minister has thanked Tehran for meeting Baghdad’s needs in the health and medical treatment sectors in the earliest time.
A number of world leaders have sent congratulatory messages to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, felicitating him on being re-elected as the country’s president in the Friday’s election.
China has lodged an official protest with the United States over new US sanctions on Iran that target a Chinese business.
An Iraqi official declared the Iranian and Iraqi capitals, Tehran and Baghdad, will soon sign a twinning agreement and become sister cities.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says that dialogue and moderation are twin remedies for many ills of our times.
Moscow has issued a list of 18 countries, including Iran, the nationals of which are permitted entry into Russia’s Far East without a visa.