At the end of its 6-day meetings in Paris, the Special Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has given Iran a 4-month non-political deadline to implement its technical measurements and speed up any remaining deficiencies to join the Task Force.
Iran’s Interior Minister has written a letter to Pakistan’s Interior Minister pursuing the kidnap of 14 border guards by a terrorist group, calling on the Pakistani Government to pay special attention to its security commitments in preventing terrorist attacks from its territory on border posts of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The Spokesperson for the Iranian Foreign Ministry has said that the sanctions imposed on Iranian companies by the US are part of a psychological warfare, adding: “This is a clear insult to legal and international mechanisms by the US which arises from the blind selfishness and malice of the American administration with the Iranian nation.”
At a meeting with Iran’s scientific elites, the Supreme Leader said the activities of tens of thousands of elites across Iran have been portraying a promising and realistic image of the country, stressing: “Distorting our image is the enemy’s most important agenda today. But, with divine grace, the real image of the country in general is the opposite of the image of a domineering system.”
The Commander-in-Chief of the Revolutionary Guards Corps, Sardar Mohammad-Ali Jafari, has given details of the kidnapping of Iran’s border patrol personnel in Mir-Javeh, southeastern Iran, saying: “The enemy tried on occasions to take a checkpoint or sentinel tower unsuccessfully; this time, they had an infiltrator.”
The Head of the Defense Industries Organization of Iran, Sardar Gholamreza Jalali, has commented on the possibility of the US disconnecting Iran’s internet in the new stage of sanctions by saying: “Although this is not very likely, but we are ready for any eventualities. Measures have been taken to keep all essential functions in place and the National Information Network (NIN) can take care of our people’s needs.”
The US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, has said that unless Syria orders Iranian forces out of this country, it will not pay a penny for its reconstruction. On the other hand, the Iranian Spokesperson for the Foreign Ministry has announced that his country’s private sector has been asked to participate in the Syrian reconstruction by President Bashar al-Assad.
A former high-ranking Iranian diplomat believes: “An increase in Iranian soya bean imports from the US must be welcomed and taken as a good omen. This seems to be a coordination between US federal agencies and a rational consensus which we hope will spread to other items required by both countries.”
Rizali Khajavi, known as the devoted farmer to most of us, has been hospitalized for kidney failure.
Azbar-Ali Hajavi, nicknamed Rizali Khajavi, has been in our school books for decades now. He came to be known as the devoted farmer in our elementary literature books throughout Iran.
Jabbar Baghcheban is known as the father of the deaf and hard-of-hearing in Iran. He is the founder of the first school for the deaf in Iran, which he established in the city of Tabriz and called it “Baghche-ye Atfal” [The children’s garden], and thus became known as “Bagcheban” [gardener]. He passed away in 1966.
The young 10-year old Iranian boy, Hossein Atayi Sangrudi from Karaj has already 16 inventions in his portfolio. Six of these are in the process of being registered. His inventions include the VTOL three-modality drones, gunboats, office furniture, miniature sprayer, multipurpose control for smart TVs, and so on.
A university professor in the UK believes: “Iran must have closer ties with Europe for its economic development. But its security can be provided mostly by China and Russia. This requires a little subtlety in the ‘Neither East, Nor West’ slogan.”
Australian cultural attaché and second in rank, Hamish Leslie Reisen, has said that Australians are not very familiar with Iran and its tourist attractions, adding: “Planning cultural programs is one of the best incentives for Australians to travel to Iran; because, the image they have of Iran is impacted by the global news coverage. Good news from Iran will surely attract their attention, especially about cultural links between the two countries.”