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Following the designation of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps as a terror group by the United States, Iran’s parliament speaker and almost all other lawmakers put on the IRGC’s uniform, and chanted “Death to America” slogan.
Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says Tehran is suspicious about the terror attack in New Zealand and believes foreign governments might have masterminded it.
Iranian Parliament Speaker, Ali Larijani, and the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, in a meeting in Beijing have stressed that the ties between the two countries must be expanded.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who is in Beijing along with the country’s Parliament speaker, says China is of great importance in Iran’s foreign policy, and that’s demonstrated by strategic relations between the two governments.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says the Pakistani government should be answerable for the recent terrorist attack in southeastern Iran, which left 27 Iranians dead.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says the US move to organize an anti-Iran conference in the Polish capital Warsaw testifies to Washington’s failure in the region, as the country wouldn’t need to hype up such a conference if it had achieved its goals in the region.
The speaker of Iran’s parliament said the US has failed to cut down to zero Iran’s oil trade, in a clear defeat for Donald Trump administration in its maximum pressure campaign against Tehran.
Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says Iran’s influence in the region is invincible, as the Islamic Revolution has progressed so great that the enemies’ big plots would reach nowhere.
Iran’s parliament speaker has criticised the US arrest of the Iran-based journalist Marzieh Hashemi, describing it as yet another proof that Washington does not hold real respect for human rights and sees it a tool for pressurising independent states.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has appeared before lawmakers on Tuesday to submit an annual budget of $47.5 billion for the next Iranian calendar year (to start on March 21).