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Zarif responds to Obama’s Norooz message to Iran

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif responded to the U.S. president’s Norooz message posted on the White House website and addressing the Iranian people and leaders. » read more

Iran lashes out over U.S. letter to Supreme Leader

Iranian foreign minister spoke out against the letter sent by 47 U.S. Senators to the Iranian leader, calling it an "unprecedented" and "undiplomatic" move, adding: "Such correspondence tells us that the United States is not trustworthy." » read more

Zarif reports notable progress in recent nuclear talks

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said there has been “significant progress” in the nuclear negotiations in recent weeks and they have reached a very “critical stage”. » read more

Iran sets goal of detailed nuclear deal by end of March

The Iranian administration says it is trying to bring the nuclear negotiations to an end by March 31. Government spokesman Mohammad Bagher Nobakht told a press conference on Wednesday February 25, following a cabinet meeting, that this does not mean a general agreement but rather a detailed agreement on all issues. » read more

Zarif says sanctions mindset hinders nuclear pact

The Iranian foreign minister says Iran will not accept any “incomplete and vague” nuclear agreement and there will be no resolution until all matters have been settled. » read more

Iran, U.S. to discuss nuclear issues in coming days

Senior Iranian diplomat Abbas Araghchi says a new round of nuclear talks will take place between Iran and the U.S. in Geneva in the coming days. » read more

Zarif to meet with 5+1 ministers at Munich conference

Iran’s foreign minister has confirmed that he will have bilateral meetings with his Western counterparts involved in the Iran-5+1 talks on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference, IRNA reports. » read more

MPs slam Zarif for walking with U.S. state secretary

A number of Iranian MPs have challenged foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif for strolling with his U.S. counterpart in the streets of Geneva. » read more

King’s funeral prompts Zarif’s first Saudi visit

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif travelled to Riyadh as Iran’s representative at the funeral of Malek Abdullah, the Saudi king who passed away this week. » read more

Iran warns sanctions would threaten nuclear deal

The Iranian foreign minister says new sanctions against Iran would jeopardize the achievements of the nuclear negotiations.

Mohammad Javad Zarif, who met with his U.S. counterpart on Friday on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, said: “We have an agreement that looks ahead to achieving a final comprehensive agreement. Anyone who destroys this deal, in my opinion, should be isolated by the global community, be it the U.S. Congress or any other.” » read more