Mohammad Javad Zarif
The latest news about and opinion pieces by former Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif
Tariq Rauf, a senior official with the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, said the Iran-P5+1 accord is the most distinguished nuclear accord in two decades.
Iran's foreign minister has said that the interests of some at home and in the region might be tied to showdown between Iran and the rest of the world; but it has nothing to do with our ideals.
FM Zarif has said that we can continue – not extend – the talks until we reach results, adding if no deal is clinched by July 1, it could happen on July second or third, or even later.
Foreign Minister Zarif has said that Iran has pursued the logical and reasonable way of mutual understanding in nuclear talks and that a settlement seems to be within reach.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif describes violent extremism as "probably the most critical challenge" menacing the Middle East and the entire world.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has said Iran can reach development by standing on its own two feet, but that does not mean it should sever ties with the rest of the world.
A photo gallery featuring a ceremony at Kazakhstan University of the Humanities and Law where an honorary doctorate was conferred upon Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif.
Iranians have picked, in an online poll, FM Zarif as the country's man of the year, followed by Major General Ghasem Soleimani, an IRGC commander.
Iran’s foreign minister has said in an interview that the West has to accept the fact that Iran is after interaction, dialogue and logic.
“Considering the institutional capabilities of the United Nations, I tend to remain hopeful that the UN and its capacity and mechanisms can be brought to bear” on such an important issue, Zarif said.
“I wouldn’t get involved in things I have no knowledge about. Diplomacy is the only thing I know,” said Foreign Minister Zarif.
The Iranian foreign minister says his negotiators have tried to be creative and innovative and have offered solutions in talks with P5+1.
Following marathon nuclear talks in Vienna, the Iranian foreign minister has attended a parliamentary session in camera to brief MPs on what went on in the talks in the Austrian capital.
Two Iranian individuals who reflect the diplomatic potential and the military prowess of the nation are accumulating their metaphorical capital by the day.
The nuclear talks between Iran and the P5+1 powers have reached a critical stage. I am reasonably confident that by next month’s deadline, we can reach a comprehensive agreement that will assure the world that Iran’s nuclear program will remain exclusively peaceful.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif blasted the western powers and the Zionist regime for their propaganda against the Islamic Republic, and said the foreign policy adopted by the new government in Iran has made Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have long tiresome nights awake.
Iranian foreign minister said here Monday night Iran and Russian are constantly consulting on various bilateral, regional and international issues and his ongoing visit of Moscow to attend a Caspian Sea conference is a step in that line.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will leave Tehran for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) later today to take part in the two countries' joint economic cooperation commission meeting.