A former Pakistani ambassador to Iran described US sanctions on Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif as a futile move urging Washington to resolve all issues with the Islamic Republic through dialogue.
Iran’s ambassador to the UK urged the US to stop using “economic terrorism” to force Tehran into negotiations, saying Washington needs to act “normal” and avoid interfering in the Islamic Republic’s ties with other states.
Iran’s ambassador to France said Tehran stands ready to resolve misunderstandings with certain neighboring Persian Gulf states, underlining the importance of adopting collective measures by all regional countries to guarantee peace and stability.
Tehran’s envoy to the United Nations dismisses as mere “psychological warfare” a reported US military plan aimed at Iran, under which Washington could deploy tens of thousands of troops to the Middle East.
US Middle East Envoy Jason Greenblatt said President Donald Trump’s announcement of the controversial proposal for peace between the Israelis and Palestinians, dubbed “deal of the century,” has been postponed by at least a week over a host of issues.