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.

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An unconventional but balancing meeting

Kayhan daily has said that in his meeting with the Supreme Leader, President Putin acted as an international player with balancing power.
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Iran rules out foreign meddling, urges full-scale fight on terror

President Rouhani holds separate meetings with his Bolivian and Nigerian counterparts as well as with the Algerian prime minister.
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FM Zarif: I did not accept John Kerry’s mediation

Foreign Minister Zarif has said that if Saudi Arabia fails to change its regional policies, it will put its people and the entire region at risk.
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President Rouhani welcomes participants in GECF summit (PHOTOS)

Among others, presidents of Bolivia, Russia, Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, Venezuela, Iraq and Turkmenistan attended the summit of Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF).
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Rouhani: Coordination among GECF members main goal of Tehran summit

Virtually 70 percent of the world’s gas reserves belong to the member states of the summit and these countries can have effects on important international issues, especially on energy-related issues, President Rouhani said.
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Iranian, Russian Presidents Ink 7 Cooperation Agreements

The documents are aimed at deepening and strengthening the existing cooperation and ties between the two countries.
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Iran slams West double standards on human rights

In a meeting with the Algerian prime minister, Larijani added that certain regional countries’ support has helped terrorist groups cause insecurity in the Middle East.
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Heads of state arrive in Tehran for GECF summit (PHOTOS)

Presidents of Bolivia, Russia, Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, Venezuela, Iraq and Turkmenistan are among foreign dignitaries who have arrived in Tehran.
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Coalitions claiming to fight terror unreliable: Leader

The Supreme Leader has said that the sole way for progress and victory by independent countries is resistance and relying on masses of people in the war of wills.
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‎‏Iran’s principles to solve the Syrian crisis

An immediate ceasefire to end bloodshed along with coordinated international efforts to take on terrorism and extremism is the first step in settling the crisis, wrote FM Zarif in an opinion piece.

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