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Foreign press reporters from 26 countries were in Iran on February 10 to cover the nationwide Revolution rallies attended by millions of people who chanted slogans against the US administration, but invited American people to visit Iran.
An Iranian politician and cultural figure has discussed the consequences of President Trump’s executive order that bans Iranians from entering the US, saying the ban deprives Americans of the sugar Iranians could add to the American society.
An Iranian politician has asked Rouhani’s government to rescind its decision banning US nationals from travelling to Iran, a reciprocal move which followed Trump’s visa ban on Iranian travellers to the US.
Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari advised American politicians to understand that making threats against Iran is of no avail.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says it is unlikely that US President Trump gets involved in a military confrontation given the promises he made during his presidential campaign.
A number of Iranian archers and their coaches were finally given the US visa to attend the Las Vegas World Cup, which is due to begin on Friday, February 10.
A careful look at the UNSC Resolution 2231 indicates that Iran’s recent ballistic missile test has definitely not breached any of the resolution’s terms and conditions unlike what Trump administration is trying to convey.
Hossein Shariatmadari, a veteran Iranian journalist, lamented that the US President has come to his senses and is not going to tear apart the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.