Iran’s Foreign Ministry strongly condemned Wednesday’s terrorist attack in the British capital, London, saying that today terrorism knows no borders and geography.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the issue of economy is a priority for Iran, adding that the enemies seek to undermine the trust of the Iranian nation in the Islamic establishment through mounting economic pressure.
In separate congratulatory messages to his counterparts in ten regional countries on the occasion of Nowruz, Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani stressed the need for concerted action to combat common threats in the region and for cooperation on the basis of mutual respect.
The secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) slammed the Riyadh regime for its continued efforts to create and support Takfiri terrorist groups, saying the oil-rich kingdom uses petrodollars to lead “the world’s most active terrorist-producing factory”.
Iran's Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization announced that the conditions for participation of Iranians in this year’s Hajj pilgrimage have been fulfilled following negotiations with Saudi officials after a hiatus in the wake of a diplomatic row with the kingdom.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said in brazen remarks that his regime will continue to conduct military attacks against Hezbollah targets inside Syria, a day after Tel Aviv had to admit airstrikes inside Syrian territory.
The Iranian lawmaker representing the country’s Jews has slammed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s rants against the Islamic Republic, saying he is “a bloodsucking” criminal who has a hand in the massacre of innocents and the occupation of Palestinian lands.
Former head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) Ezzatollah Zarghami announced on Wednesday that he would seek the presidency in the May election.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the country may send nationals to Saudi Arabia to participate in the Hajj rituals this year.
An exhibition of 163 artworks by the most sought-after Iranian, Arab and Turkish artists will be held in Dubai March 16-18, and then auctioned on March 18 at Christie’s upcoming sale of modern and contemporary art in the Middle East.