IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Saturday and picked headlines from 13 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
The Japanese PM’s meeting with Iran’s Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, and the twin attacks on oil tankers in the Sea of Oman both have grabbed the headlines of most Iranian newspapers today.
President Hassan Rouhani’s trip to Bishkek to take part in the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summit and his meetings on the sidelines of the summit with Russian and Chinese heads of state was another top story Saturday.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Historical Humiliation of the US
• Donald Trump Not Worthy of Exchanging Any Message: Ayatollah Khamenei:
2- Iran, US on Way to Have More Friction
• Team B’s Attempts to Heighten Tensions in Region
1- We Are Not Ready to Negotiate with Tehran!
2- Ryabkov Warns of Death of JCPOA
1- Iran, China’s Resistance in Favour of Asia, World: Rouhani at SCO Sideline
2- Economic Relations with Iran Increasing Day by Day: Putin
1- US Realizes Iran Not Same as North Korea: Senior MP
2- Fate of Dollar, Coin after Abe’s Visit
3- Why Does Turkey Enter INSTEX? [Editorial]
1- Disrupting Oil Transfer from Persian Gulf
• Informed Observers Say Attack on Two Tankers Conspiracy of “B-Team”
2- Negotiation Increases Trump’s Bullying: Expert
1- Fishy Scenario of Attack on Tankers
2- US Serious Threat to Stability of Region, World: Rouhani at SCO
1- President Meets Friendly Countries’ Leaders in Bishkek, Dushanbe
2- US Blames Iran for Attacks in Oman Sea without Any Evidence
1- Iran to Advance without Talks with US: Iran Leader Tells Japan PM
2- Effects of US Sanctions on Iran’s Economy Decreasing: World Bank
1- Tehran, Beijing, Moscow against US Unilateralism
• Rouhani Meets with Russian, Chinese Counterparts on SCO Sidelines
2- Presence of Women in Volleyball Venues
1- The East Keeps Working with Iran
• Beijing to Continue Developing Ties with Iran Regardless of Int’l Conditions: Xi
• Moscow Determined to Develop Bilateral, Regional, Int’l Cooperation with Iran: Putin
2- Japanese Diplomacy Burns in B-Team’s Fire
1- No Free Nation Accepts Negotiation under Pressure: Iran Leader
2- SCO Member States Support JCPOA
1- Possible to Return to Previous Point If Iran’s Interests Secured: Rouhani
2- Confusion after Attacks on Two Oil Tankers
3- Heroine on Way to Europe?
1- Halt of Oil Exports
• Reuters Says Oil Exports Halted after US Escalation in Region
2- Mediators Empty-Handed