Iran’s Foreign Ministry condemned the new sanctions the US imposed on Iranian individuals and entities on Friday, and vowed to take reciprocal action against American individuals and companies with a role in creating and supporting extremist groups in the region.
Iran's Ambassador to London Hamid Baeedinejad said Iran's contract with Airbus for purchase of 100 passenger planes put an end to the most prolonged sanction against the country.
Head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi strongly protested to his US counterpart Ernest Moniz on extension of sanctions against Iran.
Signing the US Congress bill for extension of Iran's sanctions for another decade by the country's president will discredit Washington at the international scene, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said.
The European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said no firm timeframe has been set yet for the removal of sanctions against Iran but the move could come soon.
Iran’s economy could grow by at least 4 percent as soon as the US-engineered sanctions imposed against the country begin to be lifted in 2016 as envisaged in a nuclear breakthrough agreed on between Iran and the P5+1 in Vienna in July.
Iran’s vice president for Strategic Planning and Supervision says the country’s new economic development plan will be formulated on the basis of post-sanction era.
A top official of National Iranian Tankers Company (NITC) said on Monday Iranian tankers will return to European and international markets in shortest possible time after the termination of nuclear sanctions.
President Rouhani’s cultural advisor has said that others, not Iran, should make their hard choices, bring down the curtain on anti-Iran sanctions and use respectful language when speaking to Iranians.
Austria's Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz on Sunday predicted that the termination of anti-Iran sanctions would open new horizons for Europe to increase its cooperation with Tehran.
International shipping lines are stepping up port calls to Iran as the country’s massive maritime trade sector is emerging from sanctions.
A senior Iranian nuclear negotiator on Thursday talked about possibility of leaving one or two outstanding key issues to be decided on the last days of the nuclear talks by foreign ministers of the negotiating parties.
In the latest reforms applied on its sanction list of the Islamic Republic of Iran, UK Treasury has removed an individual and eight legal entities from the list late Tuesday.
Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari underscored that termination of all sanctions and possession of the full nuclear fuel cycle as Iran's redline in any nuclear agreement with the world powers.
Iranian Deputy Lead Negotiator (in talks with the six world powers) Seyed Abbas Araqchi dismissed as 'wrong interpretation' the recent statements made by US State Department's Spokeswoman Marie Harf about the Lausanne statement issued by Iran and the Group 5+1.
Iranian First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri downplayed the impacts of the sanctions imposed against Tehran by the western countries, saying that Iranian experts and engineers have changed pressures and embargos into opportunities.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif asked the world powers to show political will in the nuclear negotiations with Tehran, and underlined that reaching a nuclear deal is possible only when all sanctions against Iran are removed.
Iran's Judiciary Chief Sadeq Amoli Larijani stressed on Wednesday that the western sanctions and pressures on the country will harm their sponsors.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the road to a final deal between Iran and the six world powers has been blocked by only two problems.
More than 220 Iranian lawmakers have prepared and signed the bill of a law which necessitates the government to speed up the country's nuclear activities in case the US imposes any further sanctions on Tehran.