European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton seemed satisfied with the results of the three-day talks between Iran and the world powers in Vienna, describing the negotiations as “productive and a good start”.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif voiced pleasure with the latest round of talks between Tehran and the world powers in Vienna, and said the two sides agreed not to surprise each other by new claims.
European Union's foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton will travel to Tehran on March 9-10, ahead of the next round of nuclear talks with Iran, a Western diplomat said on Thursday.
A senior US official said following the talks with Iran that Washington respects the Israeli premier, but thinks differently from Benjamin Netanyahu.
The 9th meeting of the Inter-Parliamentary Union of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) ended in the presence of senior Iranian officials and 28 parliament speakers and parliamentary delegations from 47 world states in Tehran on Wednesday night. [PHOTOS]
The Iranian foreign ministry called on the Ukrainian government and opposition to settle their differences through national talks, warning that meddling of the foreign states will further complicate the situation in the country.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif reiterated that Tehran and the world powers didn’t discuss military and scientific issues in their talks, and underlined that Iran will not dismantle any of its nuclear installations.
Iran and six world powers have agreed on an agenda for negotiations over Tehran's nuclear program and will meet again next month in Vienna, a senior Iranian official said after two days of talks in the Austrian capital.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani in a meeting with his Qatari counterpart Muhammad Bin Mubarak Bin Saleh al-Khalifi underlined the necessity for further consultations between Tehran and Doha to reinvigorate their bilateral relations.
Iran and the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, Britain and France plus Germany) agreed to hold a new round of talks in Vienna on March 17-20.
Six world powers and Iran strived at a second day of talks in Vienna on Wednesday to map out a broad agenda for reaching an ambitious final settlement to the decade-old standoff over Tehran's nuclear program.
Talks on a permanent Iran nuclear accord opened Tuesday with the US pressing Tehran to agree the deal should encompass caps on its expanding ballistic missile capabilities, a demand strongly rejected by the Iranian negotiators.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani once again renewed Iran’s full support for a political solution to the Syrian crisis, and threw his backing behind holding free and fair elections in the Muslim country.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani strongly condemned the twin bombings that hit the Lebanese capital near Iran’s Cultural Chancellery on Wednesday.
The Fatwa (religious decree) issued by Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei against the production and use of nuclear weapons is the roadmap of the Islamic Republic’s activity in area of the nuclear technology, and this order shows Iran’s good will to the world, a senior Iranian spokesman said.
A senior Iranian trade official underlined that implementation of Iran-world powers nuclear deal would result in economic boom for the country, including a remarkable jump in Iran-US trade volume and value.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham condemned foreign support for extremist groups active in Iraq, and called on the Iraqi people and politicians to keep vigilant against the sectarian plots hatched by the enemies to wreak havoc on the Muslim country.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif expressed Tehran's deep dissatisfaction with the US dual-track approaches towards Iran whose people have heard different voices from Washington.
Representatives of Iran and the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, Britain and France plus Germany) ended the first round of their comprehensive talks in Vienna on Tuesday over a lasting solution to the nuclear standoff between the two sides.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani blasted the world powers for their deceptive behavior against Tehran, and advised them not to repeat their previous miscalculations during the talks with the Iranian team of negotiators in Vienna today.