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Zarif response to sanction of CBI Chief

Zarif response to sanction of CBI Chief

Javad Zarif has commented on the sanctioning of the Central Bank of Iran Chief, Valiollah Seif by the US, saying: “This is yet another illegal move by the US, like all its other moves.”  

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EU gives green light to Zarif for the JCPOA

EU gives green light to Zarif for the JCPOA

Following intense discussions with the EU external affairs chief, Federica Mogherini, and the foreign ministers of the UK, Germany, and France, Iran’s top diplomat has assessed the talks as positive and reiterated that Europe is committed to the deal and has the political determination to maintain and provide the necessary guarantees.  

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Zarif leaves for Brussels

Zarif leaves for Brussels

The Iranian Foreign Minister who was in Moscow early Monday morning has left for Brussels to carry on with his talks on the JCPOA with his counterparts.

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Zarif lands in Moscow

Zarif lands in Moscow

The Iranian Foreign Minister, Javad Zarif, has landed in Moscow Monday morning on his mission to continue consultations regarding the JCPOA. Javad Zarif will be meeting with his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, to examine the viability of the JCPOA and guarantee the benefits of the Iranian nation.

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Zarif under attack at Amirkabir University

Zarif under attack at Amirkabir University

The presence of Iran’s Foreign Minister in Amirkabir University to celebrate Teachers’ Day has been marred by marginal events. In his speech, Javad Zarif criticized certain political groups inside the country who deal blows to national interests by facilitating capital flight.

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Zarif message on Persian Gulf National Day

Zarif message on Persian Gulf National Day

Iran’s top diplomat, Javad Zarif, has issued a statement on the occasion of the Persian Gulf National Day: “Congratulations on the occasion of the Persian Gulf National Day on 30 April to all those who have lived alongside this historic body of water and coexisted as long as time itself.”  

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Zarif: Trump excessive demands not acceptable

Zarif: Trump excessive demands not acceptable

Iran’s top diplomat has announced: “The excessive demands of President Donald Trump beyond the JCPOA are unacceptable for the Iranian people, other JCPOA signatories, and the international community.”  

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UN Secretary-General supports the JCPOA

UN Secretary-General supports the JCPOA

At a meeting with the Iranian Foreign Minister, the UN Secretary-General supported the 2015 JCPOA Iran nuclear deal and asked that all signatories remain committed to their obligations under the agreement.  

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Shamkhani: Iran likely to leave NPT

Shamkhani: Iran likely to leave NPT

Javad Zarif initially mentioned the possibility of Iran leaving the NPT during his interview with the New Yorker on 22 April 2018, stating that if the US withdrew from the 2015 nuclear agreement, Iran would have three options to consider, one of which would be leaving the NPT. This has now been echoed by the Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, Ali Shamkhani, saying that this would be the most likely option Iran will take should the US withdraw.  

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FM Zarif warns: Iran may leave the NPT

FM Zarif warns: Iran may leave the NPT

On 22 April 2018, newyorker.com writes that the Iran nuclear deal—the most significant non-proliferation agreement in more than a quarter century, whether you like the terms or not—is perched on the edge of a diplomatic cliff. By May 12th, President Trump will decide whether to kick it into the abyss. He hates it. “The worst deal I’ve ever seen,” he told Fox News, in an interview for the 2017 Super Bowl. “It was a deal that should never have been negotiated.” The world’s five other major powers—Britain, China, France, Germany, and Russia—were equal parties to the accord. The United Nations Security Council unanimously endorsed it, as did the twenty-eight nations of the European Union. But the United States was the decisive voice during the two years of diplomacy that went into the deal’s signing, in 2015, and it will be decisive in its fate now.  

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Dubai officials insult Iranian professor

Dubai officials insult Iranian professor

Dr Maryam Razzaghi-Azar, an Iranian doctor who had traveled to Dubai on the invitation of the French Ipsen Company for a scientific conference, faced insults and disrespect from the officials in Dubai and had to leave the city before the end of the seminar.  

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