The latest news and views about Iran’s First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri
The Iranian first vice president has highlighted the significant role of women in society, saying they have shone very well in discharging the responsibilities assigned to them in various arenas.
A group of Iranian journalists have gathered in front of the Iranian Department of Environment to call for the resignation of the Vice-President for Environment, Issa Kalantari, following the tragic bus accident where two journalists died.
Iran has announced an agreement it has reached with Russia on the exploitation of outer space for peaceful purposes.
Es'haq Jahangiri, the reformist politician who currently serves as Iran's first vice-president, has signed up to run in the June presidential elections.
Iran’s first vice president says South Korea must take action to unfreeze Iran’s foreign exchange assets as soon as possible, noting that freezing Iran’s money has badly tarnished the image of South Korean banks among Iranians.
The Iranian first vice president says the country scaled down its commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), after the US reneged on its obligations under the agreement.
The Iranian vice president says the United States lost all grace across the world as a result of actions by its former President Donald Trump.
Iran’s first vice president says the country’s economy is up and running, and the production and procurement of commodities are well underway thanks to efforts by importers and exporters.
The Iranian first vice president has asked the governor of the northeastern Iranian province of Khorasan Razavi to spare no effort and help to contain the conflagration at a customs post on Iran-Afghanistan border.
The Iranian first vice president says the country’s trade exchanges with neighbouring countries is set to increase by 100 percent in the coming years.
Ground was broken on Saturday for the construction of a new petrochemical complex in the western Iranian province of Kermanshah with a total budget of $550 million.
Iran’s First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri says the construction of the railway between Iran’s Shalamcheh and Iraq’s Basra will facilitate transit of cargos from China to the Mediterranean.
First Vice-President Es'haq Jahangiri says the Iranian people’s resistance resulted in the United States’ surrender.
Iran’s First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri says the country’s achievements in the fields of oil, gas, and petrochemicals indicate the failure of cruel sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
Iranian First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri has highlighted the administration’s backing for the knowledge-based and digital economy, pointing to a rise in the number of technology parks and startups in recent years.
Iran’s first vice president says officials in the new US administration will have no choice but to give in to Iran's demands.
Iran’s first vice president has expressed hope the new US administration will return his country to the path of logic and law.
Iranian First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri has communicated to relevant institutions the executive bylaws on the legislation recently passed by the parliament which obliges government to take action to have sanctions lifted and protect the nation’s interests.
Iran’s first vice president says the country will not postpone efforts, even for a moment, to procure coronavirus vaccines for people.
A senior Iranian official says the sky is the limit for Tehran when it comes to the enhancement of economic relations with other nations, especially neighbouring countries.
Iran’s first vice president says the country will provide the vaccines needed to immunize people against coronavirus despite the United States’ cruel sanctions.
Iran’s first vice president says the country must prepare itself for the scenario in which incoming US President Joe Biden refuses to lift anti-Iran sanctions.
First Vice-President of Iran Es’haq Jahangiri has denounced the assassination of top Iranian commander Lt. General Qassem Soleimani and prominent scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh as blatant examples of state-sponsored terrorism, urging the global condemnation of such inhumane crimes.