IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Wednesday, August 2, and picked headlines from 13 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Newspapers today widely covered the short meeting between Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Saudi counterpart Adel al-Jubeir in the Turkish city of Istanbul. During the short encounter, the two sides shook hands and had a brief conversation.
A decision made by the Iranian committee tasked with monitoring the implementation of a nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers to counter the US violation of JCPOA also received great coverage. The 16-article decision was made by the committee chaired by President Hassan Rouhani.
The speculations about President Rouhani’s next cabinet line-up also remained a top story today. Rouhani will swear in on Saturday in the Parliament, and he will then have two weeks to propose his ministers who need to receive a vote of confidence by the lawmakers.
The above issues, as well as many more, are highlighted in the following headlines and top stories:
1- Parliament Speaker: Iran Files Complaint against US for Violation of JCPOA
2- Gov’t Spokesman: Rouhani to Propose His Cabinet Members Next Week
3- British Deputy FM to Attend Rouhani’s Inauguration Ceremony
4- Board Tasked with Monitoring Oil Deals Approves Total Contract
1- Gov’t Spokesman: Rouhani Will Listen to Opinions, but Won’t Be Influenced
2- Municipality Should Become Transparent: Reformist Figure
1- Time to Verify Rouhani: Reactions to Cabinet Line-up
2- Senior Cleric: 24 Million Reformists Form Rouhani’s Base
3- Tehran Prosecutor: 30-Page Petition against Ahmadinejad’s Aide Baqaei
4- 20,154,626 Singles in Iran: Men Get Married Less than Women
1- Oil Minister: Deal with Total to Reinforce Islam
2- Zarif: Muslim States Should Not Be Deceived by Zionists’ Hollow Gestures
3- Siemens Appoint New CEO in Iran
1- 16 Decisions Made by Iranian Committee to Counter US Provocative Moves
2- US-Led Coalition’s Fighter Jets Massacre 60 Civilians in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor
1- Unexpected Meeting in Istanbul: Controversies Surrounding Zarif-Jubeir Meeting
1- First VP: I’ll Pursue National Dialogue to the End
2- Armenian President Hails Tehran-Yerevan Good Ties
1- CNN: North Korea Can Target 48 US States
2- 16 Decisions to Counter US Violation of Iran Nuclear Deal
3- Most Indebted Government in History: Rouhani’s Gov’t Has $60bn Debts
1- Iran No Longer Needs to Import Gas from Turkmenistan
- Oil Minister Opens New Gas Pipeline in Northern Iran
2- Iran’s Reciprocal Decisions to Counter US Hostile Moves
1- People Waiting for Response by Committee Tasked with Monitoring JCPOA
- If 16-Article Decision Is to Be Implemented, Why Is It Secret?
2- Zionist Media Admit: Prominent Role of Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei in Reopening of Aqsa Mosque
3- Putin’s Decisive Reaction to US Congress’ Sanctions
- US Embassy’s Properties Confiscated
- 755 US Diplomats Deported in 3 Days
4- Mr Nobakht! 2009 American-Israeli Sedition Was Coup, Not a Tiff!
1- Iraqi Clerics’ Fatwa Key to Victory over ISIS: Senior Cleric
2- Senior Conservative: Those Involved in 2009 Sedition Shouldn’t Be Part of Cabinet
3- Iraq Ex-PM Hails Iran’s Role in Liberation of Iraq from ISIS
4- Zarif: Coordinated Int’l Measure Needed to End Israeli Crimes
1- Agriculture Minister Urges First VP: Civil Servants Drink Iranian-Made Tea
2- Sports Minister: I Have Good News for Women
1- Gov’t Spokesman: We Hope Squabble with Those under House Arrest Would End
2- Close Encounter in Istanbul: Zarif, Jubeir Shake Hands