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Zarif lashed out at countries which employ double standards with regard to violence, including the crises in Syria and Yemen.
Regional countries should improve serious cooperation and interaction to eradicate Takfiri-Zionist groups, said Iran’s defense minister in a meeting with his Chinese counterpart.
Countries which cooperated with Iran under sanctions will be given priority in post-sanctions era, said the oil minister.
The Iranian parliament speaker says Tehran is serious in nuclear negotiations but that further extension of the talks is not unacceptable.
The Western governments try to take advantage of the time envisaged for the determination of general outlines and then prolong the process to work out details, said Velayati.
The Chinese Foreign Minister emphasized Beijing's strong will for boosting comprehensive, long-term, and strategic relations with Iran.
The secretary of the Expediency Council says that Iran and China can make joint investment in Iraq if China fully cooperates with Iran.
It’s necessary for the relevant sectors in Iran and China to take steps toward implementation of the agreements signed by the Iranian and Chinese presidents in Shanghai, said Zarif.
Tehran and Beijing have agreed to join hands in the fight against corruption, terrorism, and money-laundering.
The Iranian foreign minister says that the Islamic Republic seriously follows efforts to work out a final nuclear deal with P5+1.
The Head of the Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO) says Chinese investors are interested in putting their money into Iran's steel industry.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has emphasized his country’s determination to further enhance “strategic” relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Chinese companies are interested to invest in infrastructural projects in Iran's Qom province, specially monorail and airport construction, a senior Chinese official announced on Sunday.
China plans to allocate approximately $1bln for the implementation of Khoda Afarin Dam irrigation project, an Iranian parliamentarian announced.