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Trump had four years for diplomacy with Iran, but opted to make worst mistakes: Gov’t spokesman
Iran’s government spokesman Ali Rabiei said Tuesday that US President Donald Trump had four years during his tenure to initiate diplomacy with the Islamic Republic, but he failed to grasp the opportunity and instead directed the White House to make “the worst of mistakes” in dealing with Tehran.
Diplomacy can solve regional tensions: Qatar
Qatar said Iran and some neighboring Arab countries can solve regional tensions through "constructive dialogue and diplomacy."
Dialog, diplomacy can solve tensions between Iran, some Arab countries: Qatar
Qatar says Iran and some Arab countries can solve their existing tensions through "constructive dialog and diplomacy."
Pakistan: Iran, Saudi Arabia willing to pursue diplomacy
Pakistan's foreign minister said Iran and Saudi Arabia have indicated a willingness to pursue diplomacy to end their disputes after Pakistan's prime minister traveled to both countries to try and ease tensions.
Iran, France stress need for diplomacy to ensure world peace
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Abbas Araqchi and French President Emmanuel Macron stressed the need for diplomacy in order to establish peace worldwide.
Piracy: Diplomacy of a Most British Form
The Supreme leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran condemned British “piracy” in the wake of Britain’s seizure of a Russian super-tanker, carrying Iranian crude oil, off the Spanish coast of Gibraltar. He asserted that “Evil Britain commits piracy and steals our ship ... and gives it a legal appearance. Iran, and those who believe in our system, will not leave such evil deeds unanswered”.
Iran’s VP: US ban on Zarif will close door to diplomacy
An Iranian vice president warned that any US sanction targeting the foreign minister of Iran would block the road to diplomacy and further lay bare the falsehood of Washington’s calls for negotiations with Tehran.
Abe tries high-stakes diplomacy with Iran
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will visit Iran next week in hopes of engineering a diplomatic breakthrough that will thaw the icy US-Iran relationship. Having maintained cordial relations with Iran, Abe hopes to meet Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani and the country’s Leader, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, during his stay in Tehran. Those meetings are likely to materialize, but a meeting of the minds is not: Both sides are too entrenched and the changes demanded are too great. The prime minister’s effort is to be encouraged, nonetheless.
JCPOA major achievement in diplomacy: Guterres
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has described the 2015 Iran nuclear deal as a major diplomatic achievement, expressing hope that the international document could be saved following the US’s withdrawal.
Tehran-Ashgabat cultural diplomacy bridge of development
Iran's Ambassador to Turkmenistan called for the development of Tehran-Ashgabat cultural diplomacy to expand the ties between the two countries.
Pageantries, photo-ops will never make for serious diplomacy: Zarif tells Trump
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says US President Donald Trump is not seeking "serious diplomacy" on North Korea after he failed to reach an agreement with the North Korean leader during their summit in Vietnam.

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