An editorial by an Iranian daily says Iran-P5+1 nuclear talks are nothing complicated and to solve the dispute a simple method is needed.
An extension of nuclear talks in Vienna would give the upper hand to the West, weakening Iran’s position in the talks, says a principlist website.
Kayhan, a principlist daily, urges Iranian nuclear negotiators to stick to demands that any nuclear deal include the termination of all sanctions.
A breakthrough in nuclear talks is said to be within reach with Iran pressing home the message that nothing short of a final deal would serve the interests of the entire region.
Ali Khorram, a former Iranian diplomat, says failure to strike a comprehensive deal in Vienna would be the worst possible scenario for nuclear negotiations.
With a deadline for an Iran-P5+1 nuclear deal approaching fast, a news agency puts the talks to strike a comprehensive deal in perspective.
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.
Iranian and Dutch businessmen held talks at the Netherlands Council for Trade Promotion to bolster trade ties between the two nations.
President Rouhani might be the last moderate president who rides in the vehicle of words; a chance which shouldn’t be blown.
Ali-style justice and governance along with his lifestyle can be used as a paradigm in the face of plots to stoke divisions in the world of Islam.