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Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman has rejected the recent reports published by the Guardian newspaper, saying it is quite clear why such custom-tailored reports try to blackwash the situation of human rights in Iran, especially at this juncture.
Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran Saeed Khatibzadeh has condemned any attack on diplomatic missions after a roadside bombing reportedly targeted a British diplomatic convoy in the Iraqi capital of Baghdad.
The Ministry of Defence of the Islamic Republic has issued a statement regarding Britain’s non-fulfilment of its 40-year debts to Iran over a military deal between the two countries.
Iran says it will give a proportionate response if signatories to the Iran nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), fail to fulfill their commitments under the agreement.
Iran’s ambassador to the United Kingdom has demanded the British government apologize to Tehran for its role in the 1953 Iranian coup d'état.
One of the most interesting cemeteries in Iran’s capital belongs to the soldiers of Alliance who were killed during the two World Wars.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has hailed Iran’s endeavor in the containment of the deadly coronavirus pandemic despite Washington’s cruel sanctions, saying Tehran has even been more successful than Britain in this regard.
The British Parliament has filed a petition, asking the US government to immediately lift sanctions on Iran during the coronavirus outbreak, says the Iranian envoy.
Britain’s Ambassador to Iran Robert Macaire says he is back in Tehran, stressing the importance of holding talks between Iran and Britain to achieve progress on issues that are important to both countries.
The heir to the British throne, Prince Charles, has told the Sunday Times newspaper he would like to make an official visit to Iran.
British Ambassador to Tehran Rob Macaire has reportedly left Iran after harsh criticisms of his controversial attendance in an “illegal” protest rally in Tehran.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran has strongly condemned the British ambassador’s unlawful and unprofessional measure and his suspicious attendance at a gathering in Tehran, as well as the inappropriate comments made by other UK officials.
A video has been released by the Iranian police showing the UK ambassador to Tehran among the protesters who had gathered in an “illegal” rally in front of a university in Tehran.
Iran’s government spokesman has strongly criticized the UK ambassador’s participation in an illegal rally in Tehran, warning London against interference in the Islamic Republic’s domestic affairs.
Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has summoned UK Ambassador to Tehran Rob Macaire over his unconventional behavior and attendance at illegal rallies in Tehran.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Seyyed Abbas Araqchi says the British ambassador was not arrested as a UK top diplomat but as “an unknown foreigner” in an illegal gathering in Tehran for a few minutes.
British Ambassador Rob Macaire, who was briefly arrested last night, says he did not attend a protest gathering outside Amirkabir University of Technology on Saturday evening.
President of Iran Hassan Rouhani has reminded British Prime Minister Boris Johnson about the significant role of General Qassem Soleimani in the fight against terrorism, saying Britons in London would have not enjoyed security without the late Iranian commander’s efforts.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi says the new government of the United Kingdom is expected to fulfill its commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran.