Iran denounced a US-brokered agreement between Israel and Sudan to begin normalizing relations as a “ransom” paid by Khartoum in return for Washington taking it off a blacklist of state sponsors of terrorism.
Iran announced on Friday that it has sanctioned the United States’ Ambassador to Iraq Matthew Tueller and two other diplomats over their key role in carrying out acts of terror, violating the fundamental principles of human rights and imposing ‘cruel and illegal sanctions’ against the Islamic Republic.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in a tweeted message, posted in Russian on Thursday, underlined the US' unwillingness to see global stability and on the other hand its interest in starting arm race in the world.
Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh reacted to latest claims made by the US officials about Iran’s relations with Yemen, stressing that Washington is in no position to lecture the two countries on their relations.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has hailed the lifting of the UN arms embargo on the Islamic Republic as the victory of the logic of law and truth over bullying, saying the US failed in its plots to deprive the Iranians of their right to free trade in defensive equipment.
Joseph R. Biden Jr. holds a nine-point lead over President Trump amid widespread public alarm about the trajectory of the coronavirus pandemic and demand among voters for large-scale government action to right the economy, according to a national poll of likely voters conducted by The New York Times and Siena College.
The last US-Russia strategic nuclear arms control pact appeared on track to win a one-year extension, as Washington on Tuesday welcomed a proposal by Moscow for such an extension if both sides freeze all nuclear warhead deployments for that period.
Russia blasted the United States for adopting yet another “wrong approach” in the wake of new Iran-related sanctions targeting Chinese companies, stressing that Moscow will keep up its business ties with Tehran despite such bans.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson reacted to claims by the US President Donald Trump that an agreement with Washington would be much harder for Tehran if he won reelection, saying that it does not matter for Iran who would win the US elections.