Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani reiterated the country’s willingness to promote relations with South Korea in all spheres, saying the Islamic Republic welcomes investments from the East Asian nation in energy and railroad sectors.
Larijani: Iran welcomes South Korea investments
Iran denounced the recent US Supreme Court ruling allowing President Donald Trump’s contentious Muslim ban to be partly reinstated, saying the United States is turning a blind eye to the real culprits behind acts of terror on its soil.
Iran denounces US travel ban on Muslims
Iran accused US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson of "a brazen interventionist plan" and in clear violation of international law and the UN Charter to change the current government.
Iran accuses US of ‘brazen’ plan to change its government
Russia warns US against unilateral actions
Iran’s top security official rejected US claims that the Syrian government may be preparing for a chemical attack, warning that Washington is playing with fire in Syria.
Iran: US playing with fire in Syria
The second non-governmental forum of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence-Building Measures in Asia (CICA) was opened today in China’s capital.
2nd CICA forum opens in Beijing
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says it is regrettable that the US Supreme Court has decided to partially reinstate President Donald Trump's travel ban on refugees and people from six Muslim-majority countries, warning that the move can fuel extremism in the region.
US travel ban regrettable, misguided policy: Iran FM
Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says the Islamic Republic and Russia are engaged in a “real” war on terrorism contrary to some other countries merely claiming to fight the scourge.
Iran, Russia engaged in real fight against terrorism: Larijani
Iran is ready to initiate or expand cooperation with other countries in the field of energy, said the speaker of the Parliament on Tuesday.
Parliament speaker: Iran keen on energy ties with other states

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