The Iranian Foreign Ministry on Wednesday issued a statement declaring sanctions against a number of British individuals and institutes for their support of terrorism, inciting violence, and violating human right.
The Foreign Ministry announced the embargoes are a "tit for tat" move against the sanctions that have been imposed by some European countries on Iran, Press TV reported.
The statement went on to name three entities and nine individuals that have been blacklisted under the Islamic
Iran’s top human rights official has slammed the European Union’s double standard toward the issue of human rights, as the bloc slapped new sanctions on the Islamic Republic under the pretext of rights violation.
Secretary General of Iran’s High Council for Human Rights Kazem Gharibabadi said that the European Union imposes sanctions on protectors of the Iranian people’s security and safety in the face of recent Western-backed riots, but harbors the terrorists who have “murdered 17,000 innocent
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian urged the Iraq's central government and the Kurdistan Regional Government to adopt measures to counter terrorist groups based in Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region.
The Secretary of the Supreme Security Council of Iraq Qasim Al-Araji, who is visiting Tehran at the dead of a high-ranking security delegation, met with Amir Abdollahian on Saturday evening.
During the meeting, the Iranian foreign minister pointed to the expanding relations
A top Iranian military official on Saturday vowed that the Islamic Republic would continue its defensive operations against the U.S.- and Israeli-backed separatist terror organizations hiding out in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, close to Iran’s northwestern borders.
Since the success of Iran's Islamic Revolution in 1979, the separatists, who are "backed by the U.S. and other enemies," have been operating in the Iraqi Kurdistan region, according to Major General Mohammad Bagheri, Chief of Staff
Collaboration is essential in "new Asia" in order to build an endogenous pattern to overcome security, economic, and cyber threats, Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi suggests.
Raisi made the comments in a speech at the sixth Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA) held in Astana, Kazakhstan, on Thursday.
The President highlighted, “The Islamic Republic of Iran will definitely be a steadfast partner for continuing to pursue and strengthen multilateralism based on
Iran has written a letter to the UN Security Council regarding the attacks on the positions of the terrorist adversary groups in northern Iraq.
In a letter to the President of the UN Security Council, Iran's Permanent Representative to the United Nations said that considering the destructive and riot-fomenting actions of terrorist groups in northern Iraq against the people and national security of Iran and their disrespect for repeated warnings and opposition, Iran had no choice but to exercise
The Iranian government’s spokesman Ali Bahadori Jahromi has warned that riot provides hired terrorists with the best opportunity to wreak havoc in Iran.
Bahadori Jahromi wrote on his Twitter account on Saturday: Riot is the best opportunity for the hired terrorists to endanger security, unity, life and assets of the Iranian people.
He also expressed condolences on martyrdom of some security forces as well as civilians in Zahedan, Sistan and Baluchestan province, in southeastern Iran.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has announced that Friday armed attack on the security forces left three martyrs and 32 others injured.
According to the public relation department of the Force of the Southeast IRGC, renowned commander Hamid-Reza Hashemi, the deputy head of the information department of the Salman branch of IRGC in Sistan and Baluchestan province, along with Mohammad-Amin Azarshokr and Mohammad-Amin Arefi were martyred in terrorist raid on military forces following the
Iran’s Intelligence Ministry says the United States and the United Kingdom were “directly” involved in the recent riots across the country.
Dozens of terrorists affiliated with the Zionist regime and anti-revolution groups have been detained during the recent days of unrest, the ministry said in a Friday statement.
The ministry underscored the behind-the-scene circumstances surrounding the foreign-backed riots that followed the death of a 22-year-old woman from Kurdistan, named Mahsa Amini, who
Iran’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Hossein Amirabdollahian has warned that terrorism and extremism are still the main challenges in the Middle East.
Amirabdollahian made the remarks in a meeting with Csaba Kőrösi, the president of the 77th session of the UN General Assembly, on Tuesday.
The Iranian FM pointed to the fact that the Islamic Republic attaches great importance to the UN General Assembly, expressing hope that the current session will provide an opportunity to exchange views on
Tehran's prosecutor said indictments have been issued against 14 persons in connection with the assassination of prominent Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, who was murdered in November 2020.
The prosecutor of Tehran said warrants and indictments have been issued against 14 people in the case of assassination of Fakhrizadeh, the senior nuclear and defense scientist who was assassinated in a small city east of Tehran on November 27, 2020.
Ali Salehi said the 14 people have been charged with
The commander of the East Azerbaijan Border Guard announced the dismantling of a terrorist team with weapons and ammunition at the border of Khodaafarin.
The terrorist team that intended to conduct acts of sabotage inside the country was arrested and a significant volume of weapons and ammunition were confesicated from them by the border police forces of East Azerbaijan Province last night, according to Mohammad Ahmadi.
Two terrorists were arrested and two vehicles were seized from them by the
The Iranian President said in his speech at the United Nations General Assembly that the Iranian nation, a victim of terrorism, has today become the true vanguard of the fight against terrorism in the world.
According to Habilian, the Iranian President Seyed Ebrahim Raeisi in his speech at the 77th United Nations General Assembly in New York, criticized the US government’s support for terrorist groups saying that the then Iranian President Mohammad Ali Rajaei who had stood on this podium over
The Iranian President said in a conversation with Al Jazeera that ISIS who commits crimes in the region is implementing the same methods as the MeK used to carry out in the first years of the victory of the Islamic Revolution.
According to Habilian, the Iranian President Seyed Ebrahim Raeisi in a conversation with Al Jazeera criticized US hegemony and hostility toward Iran saying that Americans supported the MeK as they provided financial, propaganda and information support to Saddam and the
The President of the Islamic Republic of Iran stated that the hands of Mujahedin-e Khalq terrorist group (MEK) are smeared with the blood of the Iranian nation making them liable for trial.
According to Habilian, Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi, in an interview with the American CBS TV channel, referring to the crime of the terrorist group of the hypocrites in the killing of 17,000 Iranians ranging from high officials such as the president and prime minister to ordinary people, said that this group has
Following the Iranian president’s travel to the US to deliver a speech at the UN General Assembly, Families of Iranian Victims of Terrorism issued a letter asking him to deliver their voice to the world.
The letter reads as follows:
His Excellency Dr. Seyed Ebrahim Raeisi
The Honorable President of the Islamic Republic of Iran
On the occasion of your travel to the United States to deliver a speech at the United Nations General Assembly, we seize the opportunity to request Your Excellency to be
Iran's President Ebrahim Raeisi speaks to the media on September 19, 2022 upon arriving in New York, where he is slated to address the United Nations General Assembly's 77th plenary meeting.
Iran's President Ebrahim Raeisi says there are a number of major problems facing today’s world, all of which stem from unilateralism.
Raeisi made the remarks on Monday upon his arrival at New York to take part in the 77th annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly.
Asked about the subject matters
Regarding the recent developments between the Iranian and Albanian governments concerning the Mojahedine- Khalq Organization’s activities in Albania, The Family of Iranian Victims of Terrorism has written a letter to the Albanian people emphasizing on the role of the MeK terrorist group in disrupting the relation between the two nations and the security threats that would impose on the Albanian civilians if this group continues to operate in their country.
The letter reads as follows:
The families of Iranian terror victims published a letter on Monday, criticizing Albania for hosting the anti-Iran terrorist group, the Mujahedin Khalq Organization known as MKO, which is responsible for killing thousands of Iranians in its acts of terror.
The letter, addressing the Albanian nation, was issued five days after Albania cut diplomatic ties with Iran over July cyberattacks which Tirana blamed on Tehran. The Islamic Republic called the accusation baseless and a miscalculated measure
Iran has vehemently denounced a terrorist assault at a mosque in Herat, Afghanistan, which left 18 people dead. Tehran has pledged its support for Afghans in their struggle against terrorism.
Nasser Kanaani, the spokesman for the Foreign Ministry, slammed the assault on Guzargah Mosque worshippers in a statement on Friday.
Kanaani said, “The government of the Islamic Republic of Iran will stand by Afghanistan and its oppressed people in the fight against the evil phenomenon of extremism