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Iran and China want cooperation to build small and medium-sized nuclear reactors

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Ali Akbar Salehi, head of Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization and his Chinese counterpart, Zhang Kijian, have expressed their country’s desire to cooperate in the construction of small and medium-size nuclear reactors.

This came at the meeting of Salehi with his Chinese counterpart on the sidelines of the 62nd session of the General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna.

Salehi said Iran wanted to use small and medium reactors rather than large reactors against the backdrop of the country’s climatic conditions.

He stressed that the project to modernize the research reactor “Khandab” (Arak) research goes well and that Iran welcomes the influential Chinese cooperation in this regard.

For his part, the head of the Chinese Atomic Energy Agency, “Zhang Kijian,” that cooperation in the field of small and medium reactors and all other fields is a real desire of the Iranian and Chinese sides.

LONDON: Iran’s nuclear deal is a model of sustainable progress in global security

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British Foreign Secretary Alan Duncan hailed Iran’s nuclear deal as a diplomatic success and a model of sustainable progress on global security.

In his address to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) General Assembly in Vienna, Dankin said that his country would remain committed to the agreement.

Duncan pointed to the importance of implementing the nuclear agreement by the countries that are members of the agreement, and expressed hope that Iran’s cooperation with the IAEA will continue.

A telephone call between Zarif and Oglu about the Idlib agreement

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Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met with his Turkish counterpart Mouloud Gawishoglu on the Idlib agreement and agreed to follow up the details of the agreement at the tripartite meeting between foreign ministers of Iran, Russia and Turkey in New York next week.

In the telephone conversation, the two sides exchanged views on the details of the Idlib agreement, which followed talks in Ankara, Tehran and Sochi.

The two sides also agreed to follow up the details of the agreement at the upcoming tripartite meeting in New York between foreign ministers of Iran, Russia and Turkey on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York.

Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasimi welcomed the Sochi agreement between Russia and Turkey on Syria’s Idlib, which came after the tripartite summit meeting in Tehran between Iran, Russia and Turkey.

In a statement to the Iranian Foreign Ministry, Gassemi said that the summit meeting between Iran, Russia and Turkey and the agreement on how to resolve and resolve the Idlib issue in Syria is an important step in eliminating the remnants of terrorists in Syria, Establish peace in Syria and end the lives of terrorist groups in this country by providing the necessary support to resolve and settle Syrian issues and take into account all humanitarian aspects.

President Rohani heads to New York next Sunday

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President Ruhani will travel to New York next Sunday to attend the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly, the head of the presidential office for communications and information, Parviz Ismaili, announced Sunday.

Ismaili said in a press statement on Tuesday that the president would address the UN General Assembly meeting to clarify the country’s positions on the latest regional and international developments.

In addition to his speech at the UN General Assembly, President Rohani will deliver another speech at the peace meeting in memory of the late South African leader Nelson Mandela, he added.

During the visit, the president will meet a number of other heads of state, the Secretary-General of the United Nations as well as the heads of some international organizations, as well as leaders of the Muslim community in the United States.


European Report: Saudi Arabia financed the burning of the Iranian consulate and the headquarters of PMF

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The European RadioOsten quoted European intelligence sources as saying. General Soleimani Prevent the burning of US and Saudi consulates to save Basra from the foreign project of a dangerous war.

“European intelligence in Brussels and in more than one European capital were following with great concern the events of the sixth and seventh days in Basra and the days that followed. They were concerned about a major security breach and reprisals carried out by sympathizers with the PMF against the US, Saudi and British consulates,” the report said. Keep Reading

3 million Iranians expected in Karbala for Arbaeen pilgrimage

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Speaking at a press conference in Karbala on Sunday, Mir Masoud Hosseinian said the number of Iranians taking part in the annual Arbaeen rituals in Iraq is estimated to be around 3 million. Keep Reading

The United States blocks Iran from participating in the ITER project

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The Science magazine wrote in a report that the Iran nuclear deal was meant to usher in a new era of science cooperation between the Islamic republic and other parties to the landmark agreement, which deters the country from pursuing nuclear weapons in exchange for sanctions relief.  But nearly 2 years after implementation began, few projects are underway. And Science has learned that the United States has frozen Iran out of a collaboration that the deal expressly brokered: ITER, the multibillion-dollar fusion experiment in France. Keep Reading

Iran’s leader meets Russian president, hails cooperation in Syria war on terrorism

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Iran’s leader meets Russian president, hails cooperation in Syria war on terrorism. “The defeat of US-led coalition supporting terrorists in Syria is an undeniable reality, but they keep hatching plots,” Ayatollah Khamenei during the meeting with Russian President Putin in Tehran on Wednesday. Keep Reading

Lebanon’s president stresses Iran’s key role in region

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Lebanese President Michel Aoun has stressed Iran’s significant role in the Middle East, saying the Islamic Republic is a regional power and part of the solution to the region’s woes.
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Iran’s defense capabilities non-negotiable: Iranian Supreme Leader

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Ayatollah Khamenei made the remarks at a graduation ceremony for Iran’s Army cadets in Tehran on Wednesday. Keep Reading

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