Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says it is the very specifics of the nuclear negotiations between Iran and six world powers that would determine the fate of the talks.
Iran's parliament speaker has said that many problems of the Islamic world come from the negligence of the Muslims about enemy plots.
Foreign Minister Zarif has said that all countries, including Iran and Saudi Arabia, should help to end the war against Yemen.
Javan daily examines where Turkey under President Erdogan stands as conflicts are boiling over in the flashpoint Middle East region.
Ayatollah Khamenei said an end to attacks on Yemen and termination of foreign interference are key to settling the crisis of this country.
The Iranian president stated that Tehran and Ankara should boost bilateral efforts to tackle terrorism in the region.
Afkham called on the UN to act on its responsibilities with regard to the human tragedy and oblige the countries which support the terrorists to cut their arms and financial aid.
Iran and Turkey are expected to sign a document to expand their cooperation during President Erdogan's daylong visit.
As a result of the deal Iran will become wealthier and more influential, Secretary General of the Lebanese Hezbollah Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah said.
During the telephone conversation Larijani said Iran believes that Yemen's crisis should be resolved through national dialogue among all Yemeni political factions.