Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said the country is happy how negotiations on bilateral issues have moved forward with Saudi Arabia, emphasizing that the two regional players can establish "sustainable" ties.Full Story
The Iranian president attacked the United States' “double standards” of foreign policy, saying the U.S. had helped to create terrorist groups in some places — giving the example of Daesh in Syria, while fighting terrorism in others.Full Story
Iran's has managed in recent years to increase its revenue from exporting petrochemicals and fuel, although its crude oil industry is still heavily affected by U.S. sanctions.
It is the first fuel shipment organized by the Lebanese resistance organization Hizbollah in agreement with Iran.
The Abdala and Sovereign vaccines are being used in Venezuela and Iran as part of bilateral agreements. Vietnam, Mexico, and Argentina also expressed interest in acquiring them.
The International Atomic Energy Agency and Iran will continue to hold meetings to enhance their mutual cooperation.
Iran on Saturday called on the United States to stop systematically resorting to sanctions and accused President Joe Biden of adopting a "no-win" strategy against Tehran, just like his predecessor Donald Trump.
The new administration seeks to revive the national economy and improve the people's livelihood, especially that of low-income groups.
The United States imposed sanctions on an Omani businessman and companies to whom he's connected over allegations of involvement in an oil-smuggling network supporting the Quds Force of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC-QF).
The U.S. will deploy additional troops to Kabul airport in support of embassy staff drawdown as the security situation in Afghanistan continues to deteriorate.
"We support any diplomatic plan that achieves this goal," he said, insisting that his country's nuclear program is peaceful.