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US Seeking to Dispirit Iranian People: President Rouhani

US Seeking to Dispirit Iranian People: President Rouhani

The enemies of Iran, the US in particular, seek to dispirit the Iranian nation and hinder investment in the country, President Hassan Rouhani cautioned, saying the US and the Israeli regime are angered at their failure in various plots against the Middle East.

Iranian Media Should Not Be Mouthpiece of US Baloney: Larijani

Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani has called on Iranian media outlets not to turn into a vehicle for the US officials’ nonsense remarks.
PM Abadi’s Leadership Prevented Disintegration of Iraq: Iran

PM Abadi’s Leadership Prevented Disintegration of Iraq: Iran

Iran’s Parliament speaker says Iraq has secured three important achievements under the leadership of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.

‘Iran Has Plans to Counter US Possible Pullout from JCPOA’

Iranian legislators say Tehran has plans to deal with Washington’s possible withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal.

‘Counter-Terror Steps Taken by Iran, Russia Bearing Fruit in Syria’

The steps taken by Iran and Russia in the fight against terrorism in Syria are bearing fruits, Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said on Tuesday.
Iran May Reconsider Implementation of Nuclear Deal: Larijani

Iran May Reconsider Implementation of Nuclear Deal: Larijani

If Iran is to incur the expense of implementing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action without enjoying the advantages of the nuclear deal due to US obstructive policies, it will definitely reconsider its decision to honor the accord, Iran’s parliament speaker said.
Trump Lacks Systematic View of Global Peace: Iran’s Larijani

Trump Lacks Systematic View of Global Peace: Iran’s Larijani

Iranian parliament speaker has once again slammed US president’s anti-Iran rhetoric, saying Donald Trump lacks a systematic view of the global peace and stability.
Larijani Re-Elected as Speaker of Iran's Parliament

Trump’s Anti-Iran Speech Influenced by Israeli-Saudi Lobbying: Larijani

Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says US President Donald Trump’s recent anti-Iran speech showed strong traces of lobbying by the Israeli regime and Saudi Arabia.

Trump’s Anti-Iran Stances Reveal His Political Naivety: Larijani

Iranian parliament speaker has blasted US President Donald Trump’s anti-Iran rhetoric in recent days, saying such remarks tarnish the international images of the US.
In a Friday meeting with Vyacheslav Volodin, the speaker of the lower house of Russia’s Parliament, Ali Larijani slammed Washington for repeatedly violating the nuclear deal since it took effect in January 2016. “If the US fails agreements on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on the Iranian nuclear program, nothing will remain from the deal," said Larijani. The two senior parliamentarians further discussed Iran-Russia parliamentary ties and other bilateral issues, including Washington’s hostile policies against Tehran and Moscow. The deal between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries -- the US, the UK, France, Russia, and China plus Germany -- lifted nuclear-related sanctions against Iran, which, in turn, placed certain limits on its nuclear energy program. Trump has called it an “embarrassment” to the US, and is expected to refuse to certify Iran’s commitment to the deal during a White House speech later in the day. If Trump refuses to certify the deal, the Congress will have 60 days to decide whether to restore the sanctions against the Islamic Republic that the US has agreed to waive. Larijani added, “We would like to thank Russia for its position, as well as (Foreign Minister) Sergei Lavrov, who participated in the P5+1 meeting in New York.” According to the Iranian speaker, during the group’s most recent meeting, Lavrov said "openly and transparently that the US had violated JCPOA.” The Russian speaker slammed Washington’s stance on the JCPOA, as well as the use of sanctions as a tool to advance personal agendas. He said Moscow was against the use of double standards, and understood Iran’s concerns. Trump to step back? Meanwhile, the Middle East Eye news portal quoted US officials as saying Friday that Trump will go ahead and “decertify the deal,” but will shy away from his toughest threat of killing the agreement. Besides the “decertification” of Iran’s compliance with the JCPOA, Trump is also reportedly expected to blacklist Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC). The officials cited in the Friday report however said Trump will stop short of blacklisting the IRGC, but will rather levy limited sanctions.

US Withdrawal to Kill Iran Nuclear Deal: Larijani

Iran’s parliament speaker has warned the United States against walking away from the 2015 nuclear deal, saying if Washington fails to abide by the accord, nothing will be left of it.

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