Highlights of Ettela’at newspaper on September 3

A special look at the headlines Ettela’at newspaper covered on September 3.

Ettela’at: “Some critical remarks about the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) are unfair and out of obstinacy,” Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi said.

Speaking at a meeting of the Assembly of Experts, the diplomat who is also a member of Iran’s nuclear negotiating team said that every clause of JCPOA has been carefully reviewed at the Supreme National Security Council and in parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee.

Ettela’at: Construction of tens of thousands of villas in the north has taken a toll on agricultural land.

The director of the Land Affairs Organization said continued development in Lavasan poses a threat to Tehran’s water supply.

Ettela’at: The US secretary of state has said that all countries are anxiously waiting for business with Iran.

Iran’s unfrozen assets run into $55 billion.

Ettela’at: “Iran and Hezbollah have responsibly stood up against terrorism,” the Iranian parliament speaker said in an interview with CNN.

Ali Larijani further said that a change of attitude toward the US is possible.

Ettela’at: “The range of Iranian missiles is proportionate to threats,” said the defense minister in an interview with Al Mayadeen.

Brigadier General Hossein Dehghan said that his ministry will develop long-range defensive missiles next year.

Ettela’at: “China helps Iran build two 100 MW nuclear reactors,” said the director of the Atomic Energy Organization.

Ali Akbar Salehi further said China will play an important role in redesigning Arak’s heavy water reactor.

Ettela’at: “Iran’s policy centers on encouragement of dialogue and the fight against extremism,” said Foreign Minister Zarif in an interview with Algerian national TV.

The top diplomat further said the Iranian nuclear deal is a lesson for international diplomacy.

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