Wednesday, September 18, 2019 01:58

Ali Akbar Velayati

Leader’s advisor calls for end to criticism of nuclear negotiators

Ali Akbar Velayati Iranian Supreme Leader’s advisor on international affairs said today that since Ayatollah Khamenei has agreed to extension of nuclear talks, there should no longer be any domestic opposition to the negotiators. » read more

Iranian official sees hope for nuclear talks

Former Iranian foreign minister Ali Akbar Velayati, now the head of strategic research for the Expediency Council, says the nuclear talks between Iran and the 5 +1 have not reached an “impasse” and there is much hope for positive results in June. » read more

Conservative body backs Velayati in election

The Qom Seminary Teacher Society, a chief conservative body, has endorsed Ali Akbar Velayati for the 11th Iranian presidential election. » read more

Candidates air views on TV programs

Hassan Rohani, an Iranian presidential candidate, says the internet bandwidth provided for Iranians is an insult and he criticized the “lack of variety” in the media. » read more

Iran dismisses reports of direct talks with U.S.

Ali Akbar Velayati, the Iranian Supreme Leader’s adviser on international affairs, has dismissed reports that the Iranian government has had secret negotiations with American officials. » read more