The British chargé d'affaires in Tehran was summoned to the Foreign Ministry in the absence of the British ambassador to protest the accusations of the British foreign secretary against Iran on Monday.
Continuing its busy day, the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned the Romanian ambassador to Tehran on Monday afternoon.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has announced that the recent letter he sent to the UN secretary-general about the United States' non-adherence to its commitments under the 2015 Iran nuclear deal will soon be published as a book.
At his press briefing which was held online, the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman presented a timeline of the ministry’s activities and developments in the field of foreign policy over the past two weeks. Saeed Khatibzadeh then answered questions from domestic and foreign journalists.
The United States has imposed fresh sanctions on the Cuban police force and two of its leaders in response to the police’s alleged human rights violations during rare protests on the Island.
A professor of political science at Rutgers University in New Jersey rules out that Donald Trump would come back in 2024 as more information is coming out about him.
Leaders of Iraq and the United States have sealed an agreement on ending the latter’s combat mission in Iraq. Many Iraqi political circles have cautiously welcomed the deal, though it stopped short of ending the U.S. military presence in Iraq.
Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guard Corps Major General Hossein Salami has castigated the United States and Israel, saying that Lebanon’s Hezbollah stands ready to foil any Israeli plot.
The Society of the Qom Seminary Teachers issued a statement on Monday stating that it is following current developments in Afghanistan with due care in line with the interests of Muslims and performing its religious duties.
The U.S. special envoy for Iran has acknowledged that the maximum pressure campaign pushed by former president Donald Trump's administration against Iran “failed miserably” and “hurt U.S. interests”, Press TV reported on Monday.