The comments by the Supreme Leader at a meeting with a host of students and scientific talents from across the country and the approval by the Guardian Council of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action dominated the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Thursday.
Ettela’at: “The intelligent, committed and talented youth are the biggest asset of the country,” said the Supreme Leader at a meeting with a host of students and scientific talents of the country.
Ayatollah Khamenei further said the stage should be set for youth employment and for the youth to feel useful in the country.
Abrar: Parliament has voted for a bill that sets conditions for legislative votes to be held in two rounds.
Abrar: Foreign Minister Zarif has said that cutting ties with Iran won’t serve the interests of the Saudis.
Abrar: Munich Security Conference will be held in Tehran.
Aftab-e Yazd: Did Ali Larijani, the speaker of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, throw his weight behind the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action to win popularity? The daily answers the question in a report.
Meanwhile, Kamaleddin Pirmoazen, an MP, said opponents of the speaker could only gather nine signatures against him.
Arman-e Emrooz: Becoming an MP has been made easier.
Candidates need to secure 20 percent of the votes instead of the previous 25 percent to find their way to the Islamic Consultative Assembly in the first round of legislative elections.
Asr-e Eghtesad: The country’s petrochemical capacity will have increased by 10 million tons by March 2017.
Ebtekar: Zarif has urged “the Arab brethren” to come to agreement.
Eghtesad-e Pooya: “Knowledge-based companies are the pillars of resistance-based economy,” said the Supreme Leader.
Etemad: The Supreme Leader has said that he is not satisfied with the trend in the growth of the resistance-based economy.
Etemad: Time to implement the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action
With the approval of the legislative act by the Guardian Council, implementation of the deal between Iran and P5+1 will begin in three days.
Hemayat: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the kingpin of the IS terrorist grouping, has been reportedly taken to Turkey to receive treatment.
Iran: Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh has unveiled fresh aspects of the oil derrick [embezzlement] case.
Jahan-e Sanat: The Stock Exchange trusted in Rouhani, and its three-month recession came to an end.
Jahan-e Sanat: The EU foreign policy chief has underlined regional contribution, including a key role for Iran and Russia, to efforts to settle the Syrian crisis.
Javan: The Public Relations Department of the Supreme Leader’s Office has said [reports] that officials with the office have had an independent role in the review of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action are not true.
Javan: Images of the missile town of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps nestled 500 meters underground in mountains have been released.
The commander of the Aerospace Division of the force has said in case the enemies make a mistake, our missiles will roar from deep underground.
Kayhan: There was nothing going on behind the scenes, those who claimed otherwise should answer.
Claims that officials with the office have played an independent role in the review of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action are wrong, the Supreme Leader’s Office has said in a statement.
Mardomsalari: The vice president for women and family affairs has said that the percentage of women’s share of parliamentary seats, which currently stands at three percent, does not befit the establishment [and should increase].
Qods: Backed by Russian air support, the Syrian Army is preparing to attack Aleppo.
Resalat: “Iran has had no secret deal with the US over regional matters,” said Foreign Minister Zarif.
Resalat: The president has said that Iran’s monetary assets frozen overseas [as a result of sanctions] have already been spent.
Sharq: “Staying in the country and making efforts to remove weak points amounts to honor,” said the Supreme Leader in remarks aimed at the youth.
SMT: The countdown is on for the termination of sanctions.