Iran’s Foreign Ministry has strongly reacted to the latest claim by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about Washington’s persistent intention to pursue peace in dealing with the Iranian people, saying the outgoing American diplomat is obsessing with Iran again.
The United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres described the fight against the climate crisis as the top priority for the 21st Century, in a passionate, uncompromising speech delivered at Columbia University in New York on Wednesday (December 2, 2020).
Special envoy of the Iran’s Foreign Minister for Afghanistan and his counterpart from Uzbekistan stressed the necessity to end violence in Afghanistan and start the dialogue between different Afghan groups.
Yemen’s popular Houthi Ansarullah movement censured the World Food Programme (WFP) over failing to stop famine in the war-ravaged country, where the current level of hunger is unprecedented and millions of people are suffering severe hardship.
Iranian Foreign Ministry's special assistant for Afghanistan affairs Mohammad Ebrahim Taherian discussed Afghanistan peace process in separate phone talks on Monday with his counterparts from Uzbekistan and Germany.
Iran’s ambassador to Pakistan voiced Tehran’s readiness to assist Afghan people in restoring peace to their country stressing that any effort to bring peace to Afghanistan requires putting an end to all sorts of external interventions in the war-torn country.