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A senior spokesman for the Iranian armed forces has said the flight of the American and Israeli bombers in the region is just a show movie.
Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman has slammed the double standard policies of the United States against Iran, stressing that the Joe Biden administration has been following the same policies of the former US President Donald Trump regarding Iran.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has slammed the US for adopting an obscure policy over its standoff with Iran, saying Washington sends messages to Tehran to demand resolution of the outstanding issues between the two countries through dialogue and takes punitive measures at the same time.
The United States has announced its military “will continue to closely monitor Iran’s pursuit of viable space launch technology." Tehran says it plans to carry out two more launches of its domestically-developed hybrid-propellant satellite carrier rocket called Zoljanah.
The spokesman for the US state department says Washington and its European allies are ready to “immediately conclude and implement” the Iran nuclear deal if Tehran drops quote issues that are extraneous to the JCPOA.
The United States is planning to join the United Kingdom, France, and Germany in their push for an International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) resolution calling on Iran to fully cooperate with the UN nuclear watchdog, the State Department confirmed on Thursday.
Iranian Foreign Minister has said while in Munich to attend the international security conference there, he sent a message to US Vice President Kamala Harris, urging her to tell Iran if a hawkish group was to rule the White House.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian says Tehran has tabled a new initiative for an agreement in the Vienna talks for the revival of the 2015 nuclear deal, but the US government seems to be sitting on the fence on the issue.
The administration of US President Joe Biden is attempting to pressure Iran to agree to excessive demands by using the sanctions imposed under former President Donald Trump.
Iran’s minister of economy has cancelled his visit to the US due to a delay on the part of American officials to issue visa for Seyyed Ehsan Khandouzi and his entourage.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh has rejected the baseless claims about Iran in the annual report of the US Department of State, calling it meddlesome and biased.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian says the country will benefit in no way from directly negotiating with the United States since Washington has taken no practical action to prove its goodwill in the course of talks over the revival of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
Iranian traditional vocalist Alireza Ghorbani , who was recently refused entry to the US for a sold-out performance, says his lawyers believe he may have been barred due to his mandatory military service in the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) in 1990.
US Senate Republicans are moving to bar the administration of President Joe Biden from lifting sanctions on Iran that, according to them, will allow Russia and China to build out portions of Tehran's civilian nuclear program, according to a copy of legislation obtained exclusively by the Washington Free Beacon.
A group of 49 Republican senators has announced they will not support the Biden administration’s new nuclear deal with Iran. They have vowed to "reverse" any agreement that weakens sanctions against Tehran and lessens restrictions on the country's nuclear program.
Iranian lawmakers have in a statement called on the country’s negotiating team in Vienna talks to avoid any measure to meet the US needs for lowered oil prices regardless of Iran’s demands. The statement was issued by 160 MPs.
The Iranian foreign minister has told the EU foreign policy chief and senior coordinator of the Vienna talks that making of new demands by the US has no logical justification and this contradicts the country’s stance on swiftly reaching an agreement.
The White House has pushed back on concerns about the Joe Biden administration’s willingness to cut deals with countries like Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Venezuela as it looks for ways to blunt skyrocketing fuel prices in the United States.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh says Tehran will make decisions regarding direct talks with the US based on Washington’s behavior, not vague messages.
A senior Iranian official says Tehran’s strategy of active resistance has rendered ex-US President Donald Trump’s maximum pressure policy ineffective.
Iran has written to the United Nations to complain about the recent hateful comments of an American senator in Israeli-occupied al-Quds, where he encouraged the Tel Aviv regime to conduct more assassination operations against Iranian nuclear scientists.
An image has been circulating on social media of what is said to be private notes of an individual who was present at the recent closed-door meeting between the Iranian president and the Qatar emir in Doha, which lays down Tehran’s response to an indirect message from the U.S.
The United States has announced that the discussions on detained Americans remains separate from the nuclear negotiations with Iran.
US President Joe Biden is in a tough spot as the Iran nuclear talks resume in Austria. The American leader is facing growing bipartisan concern that even if a deal is reached, it may be insufficient to curb Tehran's nuclear program.