Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Politics

Iran, P5+1 to hold unannounced meeting in Vienna

Iran and the world six powers have agreed to continue their talks on Thursday October 16.

Iran blasts deadly bomb attack in Iraq

Iran’s Foreign Ministry has slammed the terror attack on Tuesday in Baghdad which has claimed at least 21 lives, calling for serious fight against terrorism in the region.

Iran will make utmost efforts to resolve nuclear issue: FM

Iran's foreign minister says the new round of talks with six world powers in Vienna can further pave the way for a final deal to be reached on Tehran’s nuclear energy program, vowing all-out efforts to resolve existing problems.

Iran opens first Islamic Awakening House

Speaker Larijani said Islamic Awakening movement may face obstacles in its way, but it keeps moving forward.

Saudi stance on Iran conflicts with diplomatic talks: Deputy FM

Iran reacts strongly to Saudi accusations that it is playing a negative role in the region.

Iran to continue enrichment in keeping with int’l law

The Iranian top diplomat says enrichment in keeping with international regulations with continue.

World recognizes Iran’s nuclear rights, deal is certain: Rouhani

The Iranian president says conclusion of a nuclear deal with the world powers is a sure thing.

Russia’s navy warships berth in northern Iran

Russian naval vessels dock at northern Iranian port with a message of peace and friendship.

Iranian Culture Week to be held in Tunisia

As part of efforts to boost cultural ties, Tehran is to organize a cultural event in Tunis.

President Rouhani to talk to people live on TV program

President Hassan Rouhani will talk to people live on a TV program on Monday night.

Iran ready to work with IAEA to settle nuclear issues: Deputy FM

Tehran is all set to collaborate with the UN nuclear watchdog to address outstanding issues.

Foreign threats run counter to UN Charter: Iran

Unfair sanctions targeting Iran’s peaceful nuclear program stand in contrast with the UN charter and the rule of law.

Iran hopes for new path in nuclear talks

Iran’s deputy foreign minister, Abbas Araghchi, hopes a new path could be opened in nuclear talks in Vienna in mid-October.

Germany shares security concerns with Iran

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.

Interests of the establishment are all that matters to the Expediency Council

The chairman of the Expediency Council says the decisions of the council are meant to serve the interests of the country.

War combatants have not been seen: War veteran

The unsung heroes of the Sacred Defense reminisce about the days when a national sentiment of selflessness was popular.

Iran entitled to issue, deny visas to IAEA staff

Iran’s IAEA ambassador says it is the Islamic Republic’s sovereign right to issue visas or deny entry to the IAEA employees.

Zarif, Ashton to hold nuclear talks in Vienna next week

An EU official says Iran's Foreign Minister Zarif and EU foreign policy chief Ashton are to hold nuclear talks in Vienna next week.

IRGC foils terrorist attack on border checkpoint

Iran's revolution guards repel an attack by armed terrorists on a checkpoint on the border with Pakistan.

US, West hindering agreement on Iran’s nuclear issue: Zarif

The Iranian top nuclear negotiator says the US is holding up a nuclear deal with Iran as a result of pressure by Israel.

Over 130 Takfiri Elements Arrested in Iran

Operations by Iran’s intelligence forces resulted in the arrest of over 130 ISIL operatives who had planned on detonating bombs in two provincial centers.

Iran, P5+1 agree on principle issues: Rouhani

As for general questions, there is consensus between Iran and P5+1, yet details are yet to be agreed over.

Iranian, Afghan Presidents Underscore Closer Friendly Ties

The presidents of Iran and Afghanistan call for regional cooperation to take on terrorism and extremism.

Zarif: West’s excessive demands an obstacle to reach agreement

Iran top diplomat describes the West's excessive demands as a stumbling block to clinching a final nuclear deal.

US-Europe restrictions only lead to more nuclear progress in Iran: Zarif

The Iranian foreign minister says the restrictions Western countries bring to bear will only help drive Iran's nuclear capability.

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