President Rouhani has said that close cooperation between Iran and Turkey could help ensure stability and security in the whole region.
The Syrian president has said in a letter to his Iranian counterpart that the two countries share a will to develop ties on all fronts in the face of the Zionist-American plots.
President Rouhani has said that the crimes committed in Iraq have revealed the true nature of terrorists and the conspiracy plotted by enemies against the region and Islam.
Iran’s foreign minister has said that Tehran is ready to promote all-out ties with Iraq, adding that Iraq’s progress and security is intertwined with that of Iran.
Iran is an important regional player and this means that we will have to engage with Iran on regional matters, said Federica Mogherini.
Ali Akbar Velayati, an advisor to the Supreme Leader, says that foreign interference is mainly to blame for the lack of stability and sustainable peace in Syria.
The Swiss arbitrator in its ruling in mid-2013 made a decision in favor of Iran and asked Israel to pay up to $100 million in compensation for the loss of the Iranian stake.
The Chief of Staff of the Supreme Leader says IS terrorists and their American and Israeli masters pose the gravest threat to the Muslim faith.
Iran’s deputy foreign minister has expressed Tehran’s willingness to help advance a UN proposal for the suspension of fighting in the northern city of Aleppo.
Iraqi officials say they expect the number of pilgrims flocking to the holy city of Karbala for Arba’een to hit 20 million.