IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Monday and picked headlines from 16 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
The reopening of the British embassy in Tehran dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Monday.
Ettela’at: London has appealed for expansion of oil, banking and insurance cooperation with Iran.
The call came at meetings between visiting British Foreign Secretary Phillip Hammond and Iranian oil minister and the governor of the Central Bank of Iran.
Abrar: South Korea is trying to strike deals with Iran in the wake of the Vienna nuclear deal.
Afarinesh: Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi has called for measures to seize the opportunities the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action presents.
Arman-e Emrooz: Ahmadinejad has dismissed the controversial comments former police chief Brigadier General Ahmadi Moghaddam attributed to him.
In an interview released on Sunday, the former police chief said the former president urged him to force 2,000 or so elites to leave the country to settle the problems of the establishment.
Asr-e Rasaneh: “A 25 percent decline in inflation is one of the most important measures in Iran’s economy ever,” said the vice-president for executive affairs.
Asrar: “Some critical comments about the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action have turned into obstinacy,” said the deputy foreign minister.
Emtiaz: A first batch of Iranian Hajj pilgrims has left for Saudi Arabia.
Emtiaz: One individual dies of drug-related causes every eight hours.
Etemad: Opposition to unjustified disqualifications
The interior minister has vowed to implement the president’s electoral policy.
Etemad: Twenty-five MPs have sent a letter to President Rouhani to protest against his comments about the role of the Guardian Council in the electoral process.
Hambastegi: “A bright future awaits the country”, said the director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran.
Hemayat: The Old Fox arrived in an unspectacular fashion!
The British embassy has reopened in Tehran.
Hemayat: “The one who has vowed to safeguard the Constitution should support the Guardian Council,” said MPs in reaction to comments [by the president] about the electoral oversight of the council.
Jomhouri Islami: The minister of roads and urban development has said that the country seeks to purchase new aircraft to renovate the air fleet.
Kayhan: Iran’s 80-million-strong market, an award for the country which led other nations in imposing banking sanctions on us!
Khorasan: The reopening of the British embassy in Tehran took place under tight security.
Rah-e Mardom: Forty MPs have signed a petition to impeach the oil minister.
The petition is to be submitted to the chamber’s Presiding Board Tuesday.
Resalat: Sadegh Kharrazi has resigned from the central council of NEDA Party.
Sayeh: The defense minister has said that Russia will have delivered the S300 missile defense system to Iran by the end of 2015.