The comments of President Rouhani at a meeting with nine Iranian new ambassadors to other countries dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Sunday.
Ettela’at: The existing opportunity should be seized to secure faster growth, President Rouhani said at a meeting with a number of new Iranian ambassadors before their departure on their missions.
He further said that Iran’s policy is based on regional development and stability and promotion of unity across the world of Islam.
Abrar: Russia and Britain have underlined practical measures to implement the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
Abrar: Daesh operatives have carried out no terrorist attacks in Kermanshah, said the director general of the security office of Kermanshah Police Department.
Abrar-e Eghtesadi: American oil executives to visit Iran
Abrar-e Eghtesadi: The petrochemical sector has only drawn $500 million in foreign investment.
Afkar: The Europeans acting as a mediator for American presence in Tehran petrochemical conference
Aftab-e Yazd: Abdolvahed Mousavi Lari, a reformist leader, has called on government to engage in lobbying [with the Guardian Council] over the screening of candidates for upcoming elections.
Arman-e Emrooz: The number of flu victims in the country has risen to 16.
Arman-e Emrooz: Corruption is down by almost $17 billion in the Rouhani administration, said Saeed Laylaz, a top economist, in an interview with the daily.
Asr-e Rasaneh: The oil minister has said that Iran’s gas assets in Europe have been unfrozen.
Asrar: A senior parliamentary official has said that continued meetings of the chamber’s JCPOA Review Committee are illegal.
Asrar: The chairman of parliament’s Industries and Mines Committee has said that tax evasion exceeds $65 billion a year.
Asrar: The economy minister has said that inflation will slip into single digits next month.
Asrar: Police have arrested 723 individuals for cybercrimes.
Bahar: The PMD will no longer be used as a political tool, said the spokesman of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran in an interview with the daily.
Ebtekar: Threats, a hardliner preventive measure of choice!
The daily takes a closer look at threats issued by rogue elements against gatherings in which moderate and reformist figures deliver a speech.
Etemad: A former manager at the Presidential Office has been found guilty [for obstruction of justice by failing to provide the document he was asked to hand in to the Inspection Committee of the Presidential Office].
Hemayat: MPs have called for corrupt individuals to be seriously dealt with in a bid to support investment.
Iran: The minister of culture and Islamic guidance has said that the administration insists on the revival of civil rights.
Javan: The Rouhani government has no plans to lift the country out of deep recession.
Jomhouri Islami: Autumnal snowfall in some areas has slowed down traffic on roads.
Kaenat: The head of Iraq’s Badr Organization has thanked the Leader and Tehran Municipality for rendering assistance to his country to organize the Arba’een ceremony.
Kayhan: Russian and Syrian fighter jets pounded IS oil tankers before they crossed the border into Turkey.
Kayhan: New details about the death of Yasser Arafat are out; a bodyguard acted on a Mossad plot and killed the former Palestinian leader.
Mardomsalari: The director of the Environment Protection Organization has said that reversing the harms the environment has suffered is time-consuming.
Mardomsalari: The vice-president for women and family affairs has said that 78 percent of Iranian women are economically inactive.
Rah-e Mardom: Part of the Leader’s letter [to Western youth] has been read out at the United Nations.
Resalat: The secretary of the Expediency Council has said that the government is unable to lift the country out of recession.
Sayeh: Appointment of the first female ambassador after the Islamic Revolution is a manifestation of the capabilities of Iranian women.
Sepid: To mark University Student Day, President Rouhani will go to Sharif University of Technology.
Sharq: A meeting with Ahmed Shaheed
Representatives of the Iranian Foreign Ministry will hold talks with the UN Human Rights Rapporteur in Geneva and New York.
Vaghaye-e Etefaghiyeh: Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that he is not an analyst, rather he is an executive.
In an exclusive interview with the daily, the top diplomat said that failure to act on the conditions that have emerged in the wake of the nuclear deal will see the opportunity slip away.
He further said the nuts and bolts of centrifuges will be back in place even faster than the re-imposition of sanctions.
Vaghaye-e Etefaghiyeh: Hamid Rasaei, [a hardline principlist MP] has said that the government has no right to authorize reformist gatherings.