IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Wednesday and picked headlines from 18 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
The meetings of the Austrian president with the Supreme Leader and President Rouhani, and the comments of officials on the review of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Wednesday.
Ettela’at: “We are waiting for the practical impact of comments by the Europeans on relations with Iran,” the Supreme Leader said at a meeting with the visiting Austrian President.
Ayatollah Khamenei urged officials of the two countries to plan and follow up measures to bolster bilateral ties.
Abrar: “The Supreme Leader has the final say on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action,” said the government spokesman.
Aftab-e Yazd: Jalili comes under fire from left and right for the comments he made at a meeting of parliament’s JCPOA Review Committee.
Aftab-e Yazd: Up to 1.35 million tourists in Iran in the wake of the Vienna nuclear deal.
Aftab-e Yazd: The young Khomeini is being urged to run
Ali Motahari has called on the grandson of the founding father of the Islamic Republic to field his candidacy in the upcoming Assembly of Experts elections.
Arman-e Emrooz: “Women can run for the Assembly of Experts,” said Ayatollah Mousavi Bojnurdi.
Arman-e Emrooz: [Former top nuclear negotiator Saeed] Jalili insists on denying the success [the negotiator that replaced him scored].
Asrar: Iran’s oil sanctions will be lifted in the first quarter of 2016.
Ebtekar: “Parliament is already reviewing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, no bill is needed,” said the government spokesman.
Ebtekar: Critics of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action under attack
Araghchi: What is surprising is that critics base their comments on the statements of the US administration.
Salehi: The US did not recognize Iran’s right to enrichment in Almaty.
Esfahan Emrooz: The Spanish foreign minister has said that Isfahan has the greatest number of tourist attractions.
Hemayat: “There has been no talk about any swap involving Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian,” said the judiciary spokesman.
Hemayat: “The human rights presuppositions of the West should not be imposed on others,” said the judiciary chief at a meeting with the visiting Austrian president.
Hosban: The secretary of the Supreme National Security Council has urged members of parliament’s JCPOA Review Committee to set aside personal preferences in interpreting the nuclear deal.
Iran: Distortion of nuclear facts draws reaction
The director of the Atomic Energy Organization has refuted claims by the former top nuclear negotiator.
Javan: A national information network is a prerequisite for a clean Internet.
Jomhouri Islami: The parliament speaker has said that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action is acceptable but not flawless.
Jomhouri Islami: Those who import second-hand equipment are in the ranks of individuals who are critical of the Healthcare Transformation Plan.
Kaenat: “Iran welcomes any measure to improve the oil market,” said the Iranian oil chief.
Kayhan: The enemy has welcomed the [Iranian] government thumbing its nose at the Constitution [a reference to government’s failure to send a bill to parliament on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action].
Payam-e Zaman: Iran has defeated India 3-0 in the World Cup qualifiers.
Qods: “Europe’s pursuit of America’s hostile policies [toward Iran] is irrational,” said the Supreme Leader at a meeting with the Austrian president.
Resalat: “Iran remains committed [to the nuclear deal] as long as the other side does not violate the terms of the deal,” the president said at a joint press conference with his Austrian counterpart.
Sharq: The government spokesman has said that automakers need to mark down prices.