In his first speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday night, President Ebrahim Raisi of Iran said although Americans themselves have admitted that “maximum pressure” campaign against Iran has ended in total failure, the policy of “maximum oppression” is still on.
An Iranian diplomat comments on a warning by Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Ali Khamenei about the West’s intention to use the 2015 nuclear deal to enable interference in Iran’s affairs.
In a highly controversial move, the Austrian government sided with Israel by flying the Israeli flag over a number of government offices, a move that smeared Austria’s international reputation and undermined trust in its ability to continue to be impartial venue for international events.
Iran’s top diplomat canceled a trip to Vienna amid Iranian criticism over a controversial decision by Austria to fly the Israeli flag over government offices.
Representatives from major world powers and Iran continued talks on the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) on Friday in Vienna, with the U.S. and Germany both expressing cautious optimism about the state of the ongoing negotiations.
The announcement comes after European diplomatic sources said Tehran recently gave encouraging signs about opening informal talks over the nuclear deal.
Iran had threatened to bar U.N. nuclear inspectors if the U.S. doesn't lift economic sanctions by next week.
Russia won’t join any coalitions against China or any other countries, and regards US demands to force Beijing into nuclear talks as inappropriate.
Iran dismissed US President Donald Trump’s offer of better talks with the US over its nuclear program as “nothing but political showboating.”
South Korea foreign minister called on Monday for a quick resumption of stalled US-North Korean nuclear talks.