Brigadier General Naqdi says just like their fellow Iranians members of the Basij volunteer force support the nuclear negotiating team.
Hossein Kachouyan, a participant at a “Red Line” conference, has rejected a win-win deal between Iran and P5+1, saying that only one winner emerges from the battle between Islam and atheism.
The Israeli deputy foreign minister has claimed that if the West accepts Iran's uranium enrichment, other countries may push for the same thing.
Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani hopes Iran and P5+1 could reach an agreement, saying it could solve the outstanding issues.
Supreme Leader’s advisor, Ali Akbar Velayati, defends Iran’s nuclear team amid speculations that they have covertly clinched a final nuclear deal with P5+1.
Iranian deputy hits out at a purported Iran-US nuclear agreement which he says crosses the red lines of the Islamic establishment.
The German ambassador to Iran says investment in Iran carries weight for European countries, Germany in particular, stressing that Iran and the West should not lose the opportunity which has arisen for nuclear talks.
A SAVAK document has sheds light on Iran-Israel military ties before the 1979 revolution saying that back then Israel supported Iran's development of nuclear weapons.
President Rouhani might be the last moderate president who rides in the vehicle of words; a chance which shouldn’t be blown.
Niels Annen, the spokesman of Germany’s SPD, says Berlin disapproves of a go-it-alone mentality and wants to see Iran’s nuclear case settled.