Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif rejected the recent allegations against Tehran’s peaceful nuclear program by the Israeli regime as “fake news”, saying that Tel Aviv is the only regime in the Middle East region that possesses nuclear arsenals.
Yemeni army forces and allied fighters have fired a ballistic missile at an airport inside Saudi Arabia in retaliation for the kingdom's bombing of a funeral which killed at least nine civilians on Wednesday.
The Israeli regime has quietly withdrawn its ambassador from Egypt several weeks ago amid fears about his safety.
While being opposed to Saudi Arabia’s regional policies, Iran has to resume its relations with this country so that Iranians can attend Hajj, the annual pilgrimage of Muslim people, an Iranian MP said.
An Iranian lawmaker lashed out at the baseless claims made by the Chairman of Arab Parliament about Iran’s trio Persian Gulf islands, saying historical documents prove Abu Musa, Greater and Lesser Tunb islands all belong to the Islamic Republic.
Fox News in a report claimed that the Commander of IRGC Quds Force Major General Qassem Soleimani has arrived in the Russian capital of Moscow on Tuesday and is going to stay there for a few days in what the US media outlet said is a violation of sanctions.
Although the new US government claims the official visits of its top officials to a number of Middle Eastern states were aimed at discussing regional issues, expansion of mutual ties, and the fight against terrorism, it is crystal clear that Iran has been the main focus of these regional visits and talks.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman dismissed the recent comments by Turkish president who accused Iran of interference in the region, saying Erdogan seems to have made the remarks out of emotion.
Amid Iranian and Turkish presidents’ consultations with regional powers, Kazakh Foreign Ministry confirmed that the beginning of the second round of talks on the settlement of Syrian crisis in Astana has been postponed until February 16.
More than 350 activists and scholars from universities around the world, and a Jewish group in Germany, have called on the University of Vienna’s law faculty to cancel a lecture by the Israeli regime’s justice minister Ayelet Shaked.