The German foreign minister has said that Zarif and his team stood their ground to represent Iran’s interests and help work out a solution acceptable to both sides.
The nuclear deal does not guarantee the termination of sanctions, nor does it offer any assurances that the country's achievements will be safeguarded, the daily argues.
The Foreign Ministry spokeswomen dismissed any links between Iran's missile tests and JCPOA and said Iran's missile capabilities are totally independent of the nuclear deal.
We have openly said that we won't allow anyone to meddle in Iran's internal affairs, Foreign Minister Zarif said.
Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani has said that Tehran and Riyadh can improve their ties and that disintegration of certain Middle Eastern countries is not a regional demand.
Zarif cautioned that the fight against IS will not terminate in the near future and said a political process should start in line with efforts to end violence.
The Supreme Leader has said that talks with Washington would be tantamount to “infiltration” and would pave the way for the United States to impose its will.
The secretary of the Expediency Council has said that the past behavior of the Saudis toward Iran suggests that they are seeking to undermine Iran’s regional power.
President Rouhani had a very busy schedule in New York on Monday.
The Iranian foreign minister has said that implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action can help remove some misunderstandings between Iran and the US which have occurred in recent decades.