Nuclear

ZArif-AP

Iran parliament to retaliate any new US Congress sanctions

Mohammad Javad Zarif has said that the Iranian lawmakers will adopt a bill requiring the government to increase uranium enrichment level in case fresh sanctions are slapped on Iran by the US Congress.
ZArif-Kerry

Iran, US hold nuclear talks in Davos

Top diplomats from Iran and the US have held talks on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, discussing the need to speed up the nuclear talks.
IAEA

IAEA: Iran honoring nuclear commitments

The latest IAEA report indicates that Iran is honoring its promise not to develop its nuclear activities while its talks with P5+1 are underway.
Zarif-Metro

What Zarif told reporters and fellow commuters on the subway

“I wouldn’t get involved in things I have no knowledge about. Diplomacy is the only thing I know,” said Foreign Minister Zarif.
Obama-Congress

Obama threatens to veto Iran sanctions again

President Obama has threatened in his State-of-the-Union speech that he would veto any congressional bill that would slap additional sanctions on Iran.
Pour Mohammadi

Enemy cannot prolong its pump war

Justice Minister Mostafa Pourmohammadi has said that Iran has managed to undo the destructive effects of the Western-imposed sanctions.
Salehi-IAEA

Tehran working to answer IAEA’s remaining questions: Iranian nuclear chief

Salehi said the IAEA had 18 questions and we have responded to all of them but two.
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Next rounds of nuclear talks in Davos, Munich

Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said that Davos [in Switzerland] and Munich [in Germany] will host the next rounds of negotiations between Iran and 5+1.
Alan Eyre

Nuclear deal, a first step toward settlement of other problems

Alan Eyre says conclusion of a comprehensive deal at nuclear talks is a tough job. If it had been easy, a settlement would have been reached already.
Javad Zarif

Iran: Nuclear deal only possible without pressure

Iran says an agreement on the country’s nuclear energy program can only be signed when Western countries stop exerting pressure on Tehran.

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