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Minister: Iran, Total to Ink Energy Contract Soon

TEHRAN (FNA)- Oil Minister Bijan Zangeneh announced that the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) and French energy giant Total are in the final stage of signing a contract to develop Phase 11 of the South Pars which will be ready in the near future.

"Iran and Total are reviewing signing a contract on the development of Phase 11 of South Pars and they are in its final stage,” Zangeneh said.

He reiterated that signing the new oil contracts for the development of oil and gas fields take place by prioritizing the joint fields.

In relevant remarks in late May, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Total said that his company is going to finalize its contract on South Pars 11 gas field development with Iran before this summer.

The US relief of sanctions has paved the way for signing of the finalized contract with Iran, added Patrick Pouyanne.

Total had declared that the final decision on agreement with Iran depends on the extension of Iran’s sanctions relief by the US government.

Pouyanne also confirmed that he had talked with Iran’s Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh on the sidelines of the 172th session of Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).

The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) signed the new model agreement-in-principle for South Pars oil field 11 with a consortium composed of France’s Total, China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) and Iran’s Petropars last November.

After implementation, the 4.8-billion-dollar contract will add 56 million cubic feet of gas to the country’s production capacity per day in the world biggest gas field that Iran shares it with Qatar in the Persian Gulf.

 

 

 

 

<div>4 More Russian Energy Firms Qualify for Development of Iran's Oil Projects</div>

TEHRAN (FNA)- The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) added four other Russian companies and Azerbaijan’s state oil firm Socar to the list of firms qualified for development work in Iran, specially Azadegan oilfield.

The four Russian companies include Gazprom Neft, Rosneft, Tatneft and Zarubezhneft.

There are currently 34 foreign energy firms which have been approved to help Iran in development of its energy projects.

Azadegan, discovered in 1999, is the world's third largest oilfield with in-place reserves of about 33.2 billion barrels, about 6 billion barrels of which are recoverable.

According to Iranian officials, invitation letters have been sent out to the prequalified companies to submit their proposals. Those eligible have reportedly been asked to seek NIOC’s approval if they are picking up partners which are not on the list.

Tender documents are said to be distributed next month, marking Iran’s first offering of development projects under the Iran Petroleum Contract (IPC).

The new model has been subject to repeated reviews amid fears that it might compromise Iran’s national interests at the expense of making business with the country more flexible.

The IPC, described as a hybrid model, will replace the buy-back contract. It is being touted as a risk service contract which includes integrated exploration, development and production. 

Officials have said a single tender would be held for the development of the onshore Azadegan field which includes the north and south sections.

 

 

 

 

Minister: Iranian Banks to Open Branches in South Korea

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Economy Minister Ali Tayyebnia announced that the country's banks will open branches in Seoul, South Korea.

"We are planning to pave the way for the presence of Iranian banks in Seoul," Tayyebnia said upon arrival in Seoul.

Tayyebnia has travelled to South Korea to take part at the 2nd Annual Meeting of the Board of Governors of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) to be held in the city of Jeju from June 16-18, 2017.

On the sidelines of 2017 AIIB Jeji, the Iranian minister met with South Korea’s Dong-yeon and the two sides exchanged views of economic issues like creating credit lines between the two sides and opening branches of Iranian financial institutions in South Korea.

Talks with South Korean banks over creation of LOCs are being finalized though agreements need to be reached by ministers of the two countries in order to resolve certain issues.

Moreover, measures already taken to provide broker relations or to open branches of Iranian banks in the East Asian state need to be pursued more seriously by banks of both sides.

The main axes of talk between the Iranian and South Korean finance ministers included creation of Lines of Credit (LOCs) between banks of Iran and South Korea, launching brokerage ties as well as opening branches of Iranian banks in the East Asian country.

 

 

 

 

South Korea to Open $13bln Credit Line for Iran

TEHRAN (FNA)- South Korean financial officials are currently in talks with their Iranian counterparts to open a 13-billion-dollar credit line for investment in Iran, media reports said.

"Korea Eximbank (KEXIM) will provide the lion share of $8 billion of funds to Iran. The rest of the funds $5 billion will be provided by Korea Trade Insurance Corporation in the coming weeks," the Persian-language Sharq newspaper reported.

It said that Iranian Economy Minister Ali Tayyebnia will travel to Seoul soon to finalize the procedures for Iran to receive the loan.

Iran and South Korea have also agreed on the construction of a hospital.

The allocation of the $13-billion credit line by South Korea to Iran would open the way for Japanese and European banks to do the same with the country.

South Korea announced in May that it had prepared a package of loans worth a total of $25 billion for the development of Iran’s infrastructure projects.

The announcement was made during a visit to Tehran by South Korea’s former president Park Geun-hye.

During her stay in Tehran, president Park oversaw the signing of over a dozen agreements between Iran and South Korea to boost cooperation in areas such as energy, power, auto industry and railway section.

 

 

 

 

Minister: Iran Can Export Engineering Services to Africa

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mahmoud Vaezi voiced his country's readiness to export technical and engineering services to the African countries.

"Iran is also keen on exporting its Iranian software to Africa," Vaezi said in a meeting with several African officials on the sidelines of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS).

He reiterated Iran's determination to export technical and engineering services to the African countries.

Inaugurated in Geneva on June 12, the WSIS is slated to wrap up on June 16.

In a relevant development in early May, a senior Iranian diplomat called for broadening of mutual cooperation between Tehran and African states, specially Cameroon.

"Iran is resolved to consolidate bilateral ties with Cameroon and other African states," Iranian Foreign Ministry's Director General for Africa Mehdi Aqa Jafari said in a meeting with Cameroon Minister of Islamic World Edum Gregum in Yaoundé.

The senior Iranian diplomat pointed to the numerous capacities and opportunities in various fields of economy, technology and industry, and said that broadening of cooperation between private sectors of the two countries is essential.

Gregun, for his part, urged Iranian companies to participate in the development projects of the African country.

During the meeting, the two sides explored avenues for promoting regional and international cooperation in various fields such as fighting terrorism and extremism and enhancing collaboration in the international circles.

They also underlined both countries’ joint efforts to bolster unity in Islamic world and step up cooperation in the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).

African visit of Foreign Ministry’s director general took him to Senegal, Nigeria and Ivory Coast prior to Cameroon.

 

 

 

 

Envoy: Iran to Help Iraq in Economic Development

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Ambassador to Baghdad Iraj Masjedi underlined that his country will assist Iraq to further strengthen its economy.

"As we brotherly stood beside the Iraqi nation and government in fighting against terrorism and other crises, we will stand beside our brothers in the economic field too," Masjedi said, addressing the Iranian and Iraqi economic activists in Baghdad on Wednesday night.

Calling on the Iranian firms to increase their presence in Iraq, he asked the Iraqi officials to pave the ground for their participation in Iraq's development by removing the obstacles.

His remarks came after Secretary General of Iran-Iraq Chamber of Commerce Seyed Hamid Hosseini underlined that a sum of $500 million has been allocated for financing projects of Iranian companies in the neighboring country of Iraq.

"Iraq is a big regional market for Iran and it needs different products and services, specially railway construction, telecommunications, electricity, oil swap and tourism development," Hosseini said on Monday.

He underlined that Iran's Resistance Economy Headquarters has recently allocated a 500-million-dollar budget to supply the Iranian companies in Iraq.

In February, Iran agreed with Iraq to help the Arab country design and build industrial townships in some Iraqi provinces.

The agreement was signed in a meeting between Iranian Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh with his Iraqi counterpart al-Sudani in Baghdad.

 

 

 

 

Iran Sends Tons of Fresh Fish, Fruits, Vegetables to Qatar

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran dispatched tons of fresh fish, fruits and vegetables to Qatar after the Arab country was sanctioned by its other neighbors in the Persian Gulf.

Deputy Head of Veterinary Department of Bushehr province for Health Affairs Mohammad Mehdi Simrouni said that health certificate for two consignments of fresh edible fish weighing three tons has been issued to permit their exports to Qatar.

Following recent developments in the Persian Gulf region and imposing sanctions by a number of Arab countries against Qatar and demand of Doha for importing food products from Iran, three tons of fresh fish was exported via Bulkheir port, he said.

Also, Iran announced that it has sent a ship with 180 tons of fruits and vegetables to the Persian Gulf emirate – the first such shipment after Doha was caught in a diplomatic row with its Arab neighbors.

Media reports said the shipment was made on Tuesday from the country’s Southern port of Bandar Lengeh in Hormozgan Province.

Officials had already said it would take a maximum 12 hours for a ship to reach Qatar from Iran’s Southern ports.

“The cargo was sent in ten 40-feet refrigerated containers,” the domestic media quoted Mahmoud Saberi, the navigation director of Bandar Lengeh.    

“Bandar Lengeh is fully prepared to send all the products that Qatar requires by ships,” he added.

Also, Iran's national flag carrier, Iran Air, announced on Saturday that it has carried four consignments of foodstuff to Qatar after the Arab country was boycotted by its other neighbors.

"After Qatar was sanctioned by Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain, Iran Air has transferred foodstuff and vegetables to Qatar on four flights so far," Head of Iran Air's Public Relations Office Shahrokh Noushabadi told FNA on Saturday.

He underlined Iran Air's preparedness to transfer more foodstuff and vegetable to Qatar upon the Arab country's demand.

Iran has rallied to Qatar’s aid, offering the Persian Gulf state the use of three of its ports to import supplies as its Arab neighbors seek to isolate the emirate.

Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani, Qatar’s foreign minister, said Doha would be able to import all the goods it needed. He described the de facto blockade imposed on Qatar by Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain as “collective punishment”.

“We have been isolated because we are successful and progressive. We are a platform for peace not terrorism,” Sheikh Mohammed told reporters.

Riyadh and its allies earlier this month announced their move to isolate Qatar, accusing the Persian Gulf state of supporting terrorist groups and being too close to Iran, Saudi Arabia’s regional rival.

Turkey also threw its weight behind Doha, fast-tracking plans to deploy extra Turkish troops to Qatar, potentially putting Ankara on a collision course with Riyadh.

Qatar, which hosts the US’s main military base in the Middle East, admits that it supports Islamist groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas, the Palestinian faction. But it denies it backs terrorism.

The small nation imports virtually all its goods, but Sheikh Mohammed said that only 16 per cent of food supplies come into Qatar via the countries that have imposed the de facto blockade.

“It’s replaceable and has been replaced in one day,” he said. “They [Qataris] can survive at the same standard forever,” he said.

But he decried the humanitarian cost of Qatar’s neighbors’ actions, which has meant that Saudis, Emiratis and Bahrainis have to leave Qatar in two weeks. Qataris also have the same amount of time to leave those nations.

 

 

 

 

<div>Minister: Iran Willing to Utilize India's IT Experiences</div>

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Labor Minister Ali Rabiyee underscored his country's interest in the expansion of ties with India in the fields of Information Technology (IT) and communications.

Rabiyee made the remarks in a meeting with Indian Minister of Labor and Employment of Bandaru Dattatreya on the sidelines of the 106th session of the International Labor Organization meeting in Geneva, Switzerland.

He also expressed hope for more interaction and cooperation with India, and said that a draft memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been prepared concerning technical-vocational training , cooperatives, social insurances and retail businesses, which Iran hopes they will be implemented with India's cooperation in the near future.

Dattatreya, for his part, referred to common grounds for cooperation with Iran, and announced his country’s readiness to transfer its experiences in the fields of rural employment, IT and ICT to Iran.

In relevant remarks on Wednesday, Iranian Communications and Information Technology Minister Mahmoud Vaezi underlined that his country's policy is based on boosting cooperation with the world countries in specialized areas.

"The world can become a better place to live only through cooperation with different world countries," Vaezi said.

 

 

 

 

He reiterated that there are many Iranian companies in the field of ICT which are ready to cooperate with their international counterparts.

Pistachio exports up 3% yr/yr

TEHRAN – Iran has exported $1.240 billion worth of pistachios to the world markets in the past Iranian calendar year 1395 (ended on March 20) to register a three percent rise compared to its previous year, IRIB news reported.

The country had exported $1.202 billion worth of the commodity during the Iranian calendar year 1394.

Iranian pistachios were exported to Hong Kong, Vietnam, the United Arab Emirates, Germany and India during the past year.

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Iran-Brazil Joint Chamber of Commerce to open in early July

TEHRAN- The Iran-Brazil Joint Chamber of Commerce will be opened in Tehran on July 9, Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) Chairman Gholam-Hossein Shafeie announced.

According to the ICCIMA’s portal, the official made the announcement in a meeting with Brazilian Ambassador to Tehran Rodrigo de Azeredo Santos.

During the meeting Shafeie mentioned the lack of a joint chamber of commerce as a hurdle in the way of the two countries’ trade expansion saying “With the joint chamber opened this barrier is going to be removed from the path to a greater economic cooperation.”

“Iran and Brazil have a long history in economic cooperation which goes back to 100 years,” he added.

The Iranian official also emphasized some of the main issues in bilateral trade including facilitation of visa issuance, exchanging trade delegations and facilitation of banking relations between the two sides.

Santos for his part mentioned Iran-Brazil’s trade turnover saying although there are great potentials for exports from Iran to Brazil, the trade between the two countries is tipped in favor of Brazil.

The ambassador further noted that many of Brazilian banks are eager to cooperate with Iranian banks but having ties with American banks makes it difficult for them to go through with it. “But they are making good efforts to make it happen,” he said.

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NIOC awards Eni oil, gas fields development study

TEHRAN – Italy’s major oil company Eni signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) for carrying out development studies on two of Iran’s oil and gas fields.

The MOU was signed by Gholam-Reza Manouchehri, the deputy managing director of NIOC for development and engineering, and Antonio Vella, the chief upstream officer at Eni SpA, in Tehran on Tuesday, Shana reported.

Based on the MOU, the Italian company will conduct development studies on the phase 3 of Darkhovin oil field in southwest Iran as well as Kish gas field in the Persian Gulf.

The company is to hand in its proposed master development plan (MDP) to NIOC after a six-month period.

Royal Dutch Shell, Russia’s Gazprom and Iran’s Ghadir Investment Group are also under contract with NIOC to perform development studies on the Kish gas field.

Philippine’s PNOC Exploration Corporation (PNOC EC) and Ghadir Investment Group have reached agreements to conduct preliminary studies on phase 3 of Darkhovin field.

In August 2011, NIOC and a consortium of Iranian companies signed a $1.6 billion deal to develop the third phase of the Darkhovin oilfield but due to the West imposed sanctions on Iran the project didn’t witness any progress as planned.

Development plan of the Kish gas field started in 2007. The field holds around 66 trillion cubic feet of in-situ gas and 514 million barrels of condensate.

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Almaty to host Iran’s exclusive expo in early Oct.

TEHRAN- Kazakhstan’s Almaty is to host an Islamic Republic of Iran’s exclusive exhibition on October 5-8, according to the official website of Trade Promotion Organization of Iran (TPO).

The exhibition is supposed to be held focusing on exposition of Iranian products in various sectors such as constructional materials, oil, gas and petrochemicals, mines and mining machinery, food products and horticulture.

Almaty, Kazakhstan's largest metropolis, served as the country's capital until 1997 and remains Kazakhstan's trading and cultural hub.

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Fishery output to rise 200,000 tons by 2021

TEHRAN- Iran’s annual output of fishery will be increased by 200,000 tons by the end of the country’s Sixth Five-Year National Development Plan (March 2021), Mohammad Pourkazemi, the chairman of Iranian Fisheries Science Research Institute, said on Monday.

He also announced that 400,000 tons will be added to the annual output by the end of Iran’s 1404 (March 2025-March 2026) Outlook Plan, IRIB reported.

Producing one million tons of different types of fisheries per annum, Iran accounts for one percent of the world’s fishery production, Pourkazemi mentioned.

More than $900 million of fisheries and fish products was exported from Iran during the past Iranian calendar year (which ended on March 20), according to Hassan Salehi, the head of Iran’s Fisheries Organization.

As he further explained during the said period Iran exported above $412 million of fisheries and over $500 million of fish products.

At the present time, Iran produces 1.07 million tons of fisheries per annum, Salehi added.

The country plans to increase the value of its fishery exports up to $450-$500 million by the end of the current Iranian calendar year (March 20, 2018), Mehr news agency quotes Salehi as saying in early May.

After the implementation of nuclear deal with world powers in January 2016, Iranian government has focused on development of domestic fishery industry to attract foreign investments and increase the country's share of the international market, Salehi had stated in early February.

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Eni, NIOC to ink oil, gas MOUs

TEHRAN – Representatives of the Italian oil major Eni will arrive in Tehran on Tuesday to ink two memorandums of understanding (MOUs) with the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC).

Based on the MOUs, Eni will conduct development studies on the phase 3 of Darkhovin oil field in southwest Iran as well as Kish gas field in the Persian Gulf, Tasnim news agency reported.

The Italian company is to hand in its proposed master development plan (MDP) to NIOC after a six-month period.

In August 2011, NIOC and a consortium of Iranian companies signed a $1.6 billion deal to develop the third phase of the Darkhovin oilfield but due to the West imposed sanctions on Iran the project didn’t witness any progress as planned.

The project was aimed to produce 71,000 barrels of crude oil on a daily basis.

The Darkhovin oilfield’s in-place oil reserve is estimated at over five billion barrels.

Development plan of the Kish gas field started in 2007. The field holds around 66 trillion cubic feet of in-situ gas and 514 million barrels of condensate.

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Iran sells crude oil at $44.85 per barrel in a week

TEHRAN- Iran sold its light crude oil at $44.85 per barrel in the week ended on June 9, with $2.09 decrease from its previous week, IRNA reported on Saturday.

Meanwhile, Iran sold its heavy crude oil at $45.95 per barrel in the mentioned week, down $2.39 from its preceding week.
The country’s heavy oil price was reported $50.14 on average since the beginning of 2017.
Meanwhile, with $2.30 drop from its preceding week, Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)’s basket price stood at $46.48 per barrel in the mentioned week.
Oil prices hit six-month lows last week; they went down more than 12 percent from late May when producers led by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries extended a pledge to cut output by 1.8 million barrels per day (bpd) through March 2018.
OPEC and non-members led by Russia decided to extend cuts in oil output by nine months to battle a global glut of crude after seeing prices halve and revenues drop sharply in the past three years.

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Iran to dispatch businesswomen delegation to China in late-July

TEHRAN – Iran-China Joint Chamber of Commerce is going to send a trade delegation comprised of Iranian businesswomen and female entrepreneurs to China on July 25-29.

TEHRAN – Iran-China Joint Chamber of Commerce is going to send a trade delegation comprised of Iranian businesswomen and female entrepreneurs to China on July 25-29.

Minerals exports at $1.02b in 2 months

TEHRAN- Iran’s minerals and mining industries exported $7.68 million tons of goods at the value of $1.02 billion during the first two months of the present Iranian calendar year (March 21-May 21, 2017), IRIB news reported on Sunday.

As reported, during the said time, Iranian mines exported $161 million of products, while exports of other mineral products stood at $52 million. Some $108 million of iron ore was reportedly exported, too. In comparison to the same period in the preceding year, the announced figures show 10 percent, 20 percent, and 6 percent of growth, respectively. 

Iran’s minerals and mining industries exports exceeded $7 billion in the previous Iranian calendar year 1395 (March 2016-March 2017). The exports rose by 38 percent and 17 percent in terms of weight and value, respectively.

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Japan’s Inpex mulls bidding for Iran Azadegan oilfield

Tehran (ISNA) - Japan’s biggest exploration and production company, Inpex, will consider bidding in the tender to develop Iran’s Azadegan oil field, in which the Japanese corporation had been operator of the project before pulling out in 2010 over the tightened Western sanctions against the Islamic Republic, oilprice.com reported.

Top Iranian officials said in the past two days that Iran had launched the tender for the development of the Azadegan field in the country’s southwest, and had already invited international oil companies to participate. National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) managing director Ali Kardor told that the tender would be held before this coming Friday, with invitation letters to file proposals to be sent to 29 international oil companies.

“Inpex is in the process of gathering information and conducting updates as necessary. Inpex will consider its response once the tender is published and the terms and conditions pertaining to the tender and oil contract are clarified,” Platts reported on Tuesday, citing a company spokesman as saying.

Back in 2004, Inpex entered into an agreement with NIOC and its subsidiary Naftiran Intertrade Co. Ltd. for the integrated appraisal and development operations of the Azadegan field, with Inpex holding a 75-percent working interest. Inpex later cut its stake to 10 percent, and announced in October 2010 that it was withdrawing from the Azadegan development project.

In January this year, The Japan Times quoted a senior Iranian official as saying that Inpex had launched negotiations with NIOC to develop the Azadegan oil field, and is a strong candidate for the contract.

Azadegan, which is estimated to have up to 42 billion barrels of oil in place and is considered Iran’s biggest onshore field, currently produces less than 50,000 bpd, but Iran hopes to increase production volumes to between 300,000 bpd and 320,000 bpd, according to Platts.

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Iran strongly condemns suicide bomb attack in Kabul

Tehran (ISNA) – Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi has strongly a criminal attack that ripped through a diplomatic district in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul on Wednesday.

At least 80 people have been killed and over 350 injured in the powerful car bomb blast.

Expressing sympathy with Afghan government and nation, Ghasemi said: “we strongly repel any use of violence or killings to reach the goals and I hope political initiatives and consultation between different parties that involve in Afghanistan chaos prevent the repetition of such unforgivable and inhumane activities”.

“Any terrorist attacks around the world should be strongly condemned. The suicide attack in Kabul is another warning that such cruel activities will be increased if some countries continue to their supports of terrorists and there is no decisive act against extremists,” he added.

“It is essential that all countries and peaceful communities seriously examine the roots of the terrorism,” the spokesman went on to say.

He stressed that Islamic Republic of Iran as always will stand by Afghan government and nation during the difficult situations.

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Iranian diplomats and embassy staff are in good health

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Tehran (ISNA) - The Iranian embassy was affected by a powerful car bomb blast that ripped through a diplomatic district in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul but there are no victims among the employees.

At least 80 people have been killed and over 350 injured in the powerful blast that affected the German, French, Indian, and Iranian embassies.

The precise target was not immediately clear, but many embassies and government buildings are located in the same area. TOLOnews reported that the explosion occurred on 14th Street in the Wazir Akbar Khan neighborhood at around 8:30am local time Wednesday.

The blast was so strong it shattered some of the Iranian embassy’s windows but fortunately there are no victims among the employees.

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Iran cautions Islamic countries on US divisive plots

Tehran (ISNA) - Making division among Muslim countries were among US strategic goals focused on creating fabricated threats to plunder the capitals of regional countries, Iranian foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi insisted.

He made the remarks in reaction to the anti-Iran remarks made by US Secretary of Defense James Mattis.

He rejected US defense secretary claim on Iran’s plot for the assassination of an Arab envoy in Washington and said: “ years after the event, the world public opinion is now quite familiar with this scenario of the US and Saudi officials”.

“Iran is heedless of these baseless claims,” Ghasemi noted.

He referred to US President Donald Trump recent trip to Riyadh and said: “that the US defense secretary is responding to extravagant hospitality of his Saudi host”.

“The dollar-based US policy and manipulation of terrorism by the country is the source of instability and insecurity in the world, in particular the Middle East,” the spokesman noted.

He expressed sorrow for the US officials and said: “the extension of such behaviors will taint the prospect of international community fight against terrorism phenomena and will even darken the future vision”.

“The US has longstanding record of such accusations against independent states,” Ghasemi added.

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Rouhani’s inauguration ceremony held August 3

گفتگوی حسن روحانی با مردم پس از انتخابات

Tehran (ISNA) – Hassan Rouhani will officially become the 12th president of Islamic Republic of Iran following an inauguration ceremony which will be held August 3, 2017.

Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei accompanied by a number of military and civilian officials will participate in this ceremony which will be held in Hussainiyeh of Imam Khomeini

Moreover, Rouhani during another ceremony will receive his presidential decree from Parliament on August 6, 2017.

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