Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Foreign Policy

Former negotiator defends Iranian general, the country’s nuclear program

While America has admitted to the positive role of Iran in the fight against IS, the question is why US allies unfairly take a swipe at Iran, Mousavian said.

Reopening of British embassy; a game of ifs and buts

An Iranian MP says that the British embassy is likely to reopen by March 2015 amid ifs and buts surrounding the shaky relations between Tehran and London.

Iran eager to broaden ties with neighbors

The Iranian president says that development of ties with neighbors is a top priority of Iran’s foreign policy, adding Tehran is keen to have expanded relations with Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan.

Iran summons Yemen chargé d’affaires over bomb attack

The Yemeni chargé d'affaires in Tehran has been summoned to Iran's Foreign Ministry following a car bomb attack which targeted the residence of the Iranian ambassador to Sana’a.

Iran’s reaction to the US-Afghan security agreement

Iran views the establishment of American and NATO bases in the region as a threat to regional stability.

Iran to host confab on extremism: Zarif

“Iraq’s stability, security, development, and progress are among the priorities of the Islamic Republic of Iran and we will spare no effort in this regard,” said Iran’s foreign minister.

Iran condemns deadly bomb attack in Nigeria

Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham has blasted a recent terrorist attack on a Nigerian mosque, stressing the need to stop the spread of terrorism and extremism in the West African country.

Iran strongly supports Iraq in fight against terrorism: Deputy FM

Tehran says it will continue to support Baghdad in its fight against terrorism.

Iran condemns raid on prominent Bahraini Shiite cleric’s house

The Iranian Foreign Ministry has condemned a raid by Bahraini security forces on the house of a prominent Shiite scholar.

Iran calls UN human rights resolution ‘biased’

The foreign ministry spokeswoman has blasted a resolution by the UN rights committee on rights situation in Iran, saying the UN’s legal mechanisms have turned into a tool in the hands of the West.

Larijani: Iran, Russia enjoy amicable ties

Ali Larijani, the Speaker of the Islamic Consultative Assembly, has said that Iran and Russia have amicable ties and continue their consultations on what is happening in the region.

Iranian president, Omani foreign minister meet in Tehran

The visiting Omani foreign minister has met with Iranian officials to discuss bilateral ties and ways to tackle extremism in the region.

Iran president stresses need to balanced oil price

The Iranian president says crude price fluctuations will have an adverse impact on global economy.

Iran, Azerbaijan call for stronger cooperation in all areas

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and his Azerbaijani counterpart, Ilham Aliyev, have underscored the need for further expansion of cooperation between Tehran and Baku in different domains.

Iran has refuted the claim that it denied four British MPs a visit to Iran

Reports that Iran has stopped four British parliamentarians from paying a visit to Tehran are baseless.

Iran censures terrorist attack against Shiite mourners in Saudi Arabia

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Marzieh Afkham, has denounced an attack on Shiite Muslims on Ashura, asking Saudi officials to identify and punish those behind the terrorist attack in the country.

Iran serious to reach nuclear agreement with Sextet

The Iranian foreign minister says that the Islamic Republic seriously follows efforts to work out a final nuclear deal with P5+1.

Iran censures Israel’s desecration of al-Aqsa Mosque

Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman, Marzieh Afkham, has blasted Israeli closure of the al-Aqsa Mosque, urging regional nations not to remain silent.

Two key capital owners whose biggest asset is the trust of a nation

Two Iranian individuals who reflect the diplomatic potential and the military prowess of the nation are accumulating their metaphorical capital by the day.

Terrorism, extremism more dangerous than Ebola: Rouhani

President Rouhani likens terrorism and extremism to diseases which are more dangerous than Ebola.

Coalition should cut off financial aid for ISIL: Afkham

Iran’s Foreign Ministry says the US-led coalition purporting to fight the Takfiri ISIL terrorists should cut off the financial lifeline of the militants.

FM Blasts UAE Minister for Anti-Iran Remarks

Recent allegations by UAE top diplomat that Iran meddles in internal affairs of some regional countries came under fire by Iran’s Foreign Ministry.

Iran categorically rejects Reuters compromise report

Iran debunks the report by Reuters that the Leader would be content with a partial lifting of sanctions.

Iran strongly condemns Iraq terrorist bombings

Iran expresses support for the Iraqi nation in its fight against terrorism.

Iran summons Pakistan envoy over border guard deaths

Iran calls on Islamabad to take serious measures to prevent cross-border terrorist attacks by outlaws.

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