Iran Adds 9 US Entities to Its Sanctions List in Retaliation for New US Embargoes
In a statement on Thursday, Iran’s Foreign Ministry slammed the US Treasury Department’s move to announce new sanctions on Iran as an attempt to “downplay the positive outcomes” of the Washington government’s measure to continue to waive anti-Iran sanctions as required by the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), a nuclear agreement between Tehran and the Group 5+1 (Russia, China,... Read More
Reporters from 42 Countries to Cover Iran’s Elections
The ministry said in statement on Wednesday that the foreign reporters will represent media outlets from countries like Azerbaijan, Albania, Austria, Spain, Australia, Slovenia, Germany, the US, Britain, Italy, Turkey, China, Russia, Japan, France, North Korea, South Korea, Oman and Lebanon.
It further said the country has so far issued visas for 252 reporters from 29 countries, showing a 35... Read More
New Systems Enter Service in Iran Air Defense Force: Commander
“The Air Defense has made eye-catching achievements in the area of detection and surveillance radars as well as electronic eavesdropping equipment and Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) systems,” Brigadier General Esmaili said in a speech on Tuesday.
The deployment of numerous air defense systems have made it possible for the country to constantly and strictly monitor its airspace, the... Read More
Polling Places in 104 Countries Arranged for Iran Presidential Election
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iranian expatriates in 104 countries will have the chance to vote in the country’s 12th presidential election at the same time with the polls at home, authorities said. Iran’s Interior Ministry has plans to set up 304 polling stations in 104 foreign countries to allow the Iranian nationals to cast their ballots … Read More