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Saudi Arabia to Send Envoy to Ebrahim Raisi’s Inauguration Ceremony: Source

An informed source has told Etemad daily that the Saudi Kingdom will send an envoy to the inauguration ceremony of Iranian President-elect Ebrahim Raisi in early August.

Iran’s Zarif Sympathises with Iraq over Sadr City Terror Attack

In a phone call with Iraqi top diplomat Fuad Hussein, Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif expressed sympathy with the Iraqi government and people over the recent terrorist act in Baghdad's Sadr City.
Iran’s Government Spokesman Ali Rabiei

Iran Slams US for Linking Prisoner Swap to Fate of JCPOA

Iran's Government Spokesman says the United States of America, for reasons that are unclear and unacceptable, has linked the release of prisoners to the nuclear negotiations, which Tehran considers unnecessary and baseless.

Zarif Holds Talks with Pakistani, Turkish, Omani, S African Counterparts

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has held separate phone conversations with the foreign ministers of Pakistan, Turkey, Oman, and South Africa.

Iran Strongly Condemns Terrorist Attack in Iraq’s Sadr City

Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh has strongly condemned the recent act of terrorism in the Sadr City of Baghdad.

No Obstacle to Boosting of Tehran-Doha Ties, Rouhani Tells Qatari Emir

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has hailed the relations between the Islamic Republic and Qatar as two Muslim countries, calling for further promotion of ties.

Iran’s Leader Urges Muslim Nations to Resist Western Powers’ Interference

Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, has in a message marking the annual Hajj pilgrimage, called on Muslim nations to stand up to the interference and evil of Western powers.

US Move to Reject Prisoner Swap Deal with Tehran ‘Outrageous’, Iran Says

Iran’s foreign ministry has hit out at the US, saying its denial of a deal with Tehran to exchange prisoners is outrageous.

Iran’s deputy foreign minister for economic diplomacy, who is visiting Uzbekistan to attend the International Conference on Central and South Asia Regional Connectivity, Challenges and Opportunities, has called for a focus on cultural commonalities to enhance regional cooperation.

Iran Not to Resume Vienna Talks Before Raisi’s Inauguration

Iran has informed the European Union, the coordinator of the JCPOA Joint Commission, that it will not be ready to return to negotiations on a possible restoration of full compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal in Vienna until after President-elect Ebrahim Raisi is sworn in in early August, diplomatic sources told Reuters.