The Islamic Republic of Iran is ready to carry out any necessary measures in order to send humanitarian aid to the oppressed and defenseless Yemeni people, said Amir Abdollahian.
Chinese, Indian, South Korean, Japanese and Turkish refiners have all extended their oil purchase contracts with Iran, said Ghamsari.
Tehran is willing to expand economic relations with Pretoria and the ties should develop with a good momentum, said the president in a meeting with Nkoana-Mashabane.
The adoption of the military approach in dealing with Yemeni crisis could bring about harmful outcomes including the spread of insecurity and terrorism, said Maite Nkoana-Mashabane.
We support the trend of the talks between Iran and P5+1 and believe that the US Senate measure can slacken this trend, said the South African foreign minister.
Alef, an Iranian website, has taken a critical look at the news coverage of the Yemeni crisis, saying that the Arab media are manipulating the facts in the Saudi favor.
Iran expects UN envoy in Yemen Ismail Bin Al-Sheikh Ahmed to act urgently and take steps for ending the attacks and preventing the escalation of human crisis, said Amir Abdollahian.
The Islamic Revolution Guard Corps denies comments attributed to its top commander that a Shia crescent is being formed in the region.
All humans need to be treated as equals and that is the message of the Iranian Red Crescent to Yemen, Syria and people in distress in any other country, the president said.
Images of an international rally competition in southern Iran.