Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the recent attack on Iranian oil tanker Sabiti in the Red Sea was not an act of terrorism, but a wrong move by a state actor, which will have consequences for it.
“Iran proposed dialogue before wars in Syria and Yemen broke out, but some countries insisted on militarism,” Larijani said in a meeting with his Algerian counterpart Slimane Chenine on Sunday night.
The Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) says many Western Asian countries believe the Middle East without the United States is a safer place.
The United States forces have reportedly left five “high value” prisoners behind in Syria amid Turkey’s offensive against the war-ravaged country.
Syrian army troops have entered the towns of Tabqah, Ain Issa and Tel Tamer in northeastern Syria after Damascus reached an agreement with Kurds in the region to deploy troops in the area, state media report.
The Islamic Republic of Iran’s Ports and Maritime Organisation says no maritime entity in the region responded to a request for assistance from Iranian oil tanker after it was hit by two missiles Friday.
Leader of Iran's Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has suggested that the country has no reason for hostility against Saudi Arabia, but regretted that such countries are acting against Iran under the will of the United States.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the country will respond to any goodwill gesture with goodwill, and believes regional issues can be resolved through dialogue.
Iran's foreign minister has offered to bring together Syrian Kurds, the Damascus government and Turkey in an effort to establish security along the Turkish-Syrian border.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman says the Islamic Republic has announced it is ready to negotiate with Saudi Arabia, with or without a mediator.