Foreign Policy

Articles and opinions about Iran’s diplomatic relations, including those related to major supranational bodies such as the United Nations and the Non-Aligned Movement.


Support for Terrorists in Mideast Must End: Rouhani

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has warned against the big threat posed by terrorism to all countries in the Middle East and across the world, stressing that support for terrorist groups must end in order to restore regional stability.
Bahram Ghasemi

Iran Condemns Terrorist Attacks in Baghdad, Kabul

Iran’s Foreign Ministry condemned recent terrorist attacks in the capitals of Iraq and Afghanistan, warning that Takfiri terrorist groups have targeted the region’s stability and security.

Top Iranian, French Lawmakers Hold Talks in Tehran

Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani and President of France’s National Assembly Claude Bartolone discussed a range of issues in a meeting on Tuesday, with the Iranian side hailing common views on the Middle East crises and the fight against terrorism.
Iran Blasts Saudi Airstrike on Civilians in Yemen

Iran Condemns Terrorist Bombing Attacks in Syria

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman condemned a recent spate of terrorist attacks that have killed dozens of civilians across Syria, linking the bombings to the defeats that the Takfiri terrorist groups have suffered in the battlefield.
Mohammad Javad Jamali

FATF Deal against Iran’s National Security: MP

A senior Iranian lawmaker warned that an agreement between the Islamic Republic and the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the policy-making body of the international financial system, threatens the country’s national security.
Hamid Baeedinejad- Nicholas Hopton

Iran, Britain Appoint New Envoys

Iran and Britain named their new ambassadors to London and Tehran, as the two incoming officials held a gathering with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Monday.
Iran Blasts Saudi Airstrike on Civilians in Yemen

Iran Principally Opposed to Appointment of UN Human Rights Rapporteurs

Tehran basically disapproves of appointment of the United Nations’ special rapporteurs on the situation of human rights in Iran, Foreign Ministry spokesman underlined, saying what is more ridiculous is that Saudi Arabia assigns such rapporteurs.

Oman Sees Regional Enthusiasm for Iran Ties

Oman’s interior minister pointed to the growing enthusiasm from the regional countries for closer relations with Iran, saying Muscat sees no barrier to the expansion of ties with Tehran.
Iran-US Talks-Araqchi

Tehran, Tokyo to Enhance Economic Cooperation in Post-Sanctions Era: Diplomat

An Iranian deputy foreign minister stressed the need for closer business ties between Tehran and Tokyo, saying that the two countries have decided to boost their mutual economic cooperation following the removal of anti-Tehran sanctions.

Iran Ready to Assist UN with Humanitarian Aid Plans

Head of the Strategic Research Center of Iran's Expediency Council Ali Akbar Velayati voiced Tehran’s readiness to provide whatever help for the United Nations in its humanitarian aid plans for the people of crisis-stricken countries.

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