Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif has called on US President Donald Trump to base his foreign policy approach on "facts" rather than the headlines featured in pro-Republican Fox News TV channel.
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh has said that development works for a major section of the sprawling South Pars Gas Field keep flowing despite the fact that global energy giants have abandoned the project under pressure from United States.
Iran’s Judiciary Chief Seyyed Ebrahim Ra’eisi lauded the efforts by Iranian officials and experts to circumvent the foreign sanctions and prevent them from affecting the livelihood of the people.
An Iranian economist says the country can count on a maximum of $20 billion in annual tax revenues despite claims that the government would fail to pocket around $14 billion worth of taxes to finance its budget in the next Iranian calendar year beginning in March.
Iran has become the first member state of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) that can produce and export sophisticated catalysts used in oil and gas processing.
Iran has exported $32 billion of non-oil goods so far in the current Persian year ending March 21, 2020, shoring up its economy which is under severe pressure from unprecedented US sanctions.
The leaders of Britain, France and Germany have called in a joint statement on Iran to return to full compliance with their 2015 nuclear deal and reverse its countermeasures against the West's failures vis-a-vis Tehran.
Iran’s chief banker says the country has found innovative ways to bypass the American sanctions on its sale of oil.
Iran’s industrial metals, specifically steel, are the latest target in the Trump administration’s maximum pressure campaign, but officials say the sector is unfazed and keeps growing.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Washington's hostile policy of imposing sanctions is indicative of a “reckless addiction” that the White House has toward not only Iran but also other world countries.