Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohamad Javad Zarif immediately responded to Thursday’s suspected attacks on two foreign oil tankers in Gulf of Oman, which caused high alert for many countries including Kuwait and US.
Officials in Oman confirmed a suspected attack on two super tankers carrying crude oil on Thursday in the Gulf of Oman, reported Reuters.
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between Tehran and Kabul to develop bilateral nuclear programs for “peaceful purposes,” Iran’s Mehr News Agency reported on Tuesday.
Yahya Sinwar, the leader of Hamas, said in a recent speech that without Iran’s support the organization could never reach that level of missile capacities in its fight against Israel, jns reported on Tuesday.
Saudi Arabia’s king Salman has raised his concern on Saturday over pro-Iranian groups who attacked Saudi oil facilities last month, calling it a real threat to the global oil supplies and regional security, Reuters reported.
Hezbollah has been forced to make severe cutbacks to its spending. The Lebanese Shi'a militia has received more than $700 million a year, 70% of its revenue, from the Khomeiniist regime in the past.
The United States Department of the Treasury has reportedly warned Iraq over its foreign exchange transaction with Iran and violations of US sanctions, a confidential source from Baghdad told Avatoday on Friday.
The Omani Foreign Ministry tweeted on Friday that they are trying “with other parties” to decrease the ongoing tensions between Washington and Tehran, Reuters reported.
The US Department of Defense is expected to present new plans to the White House on Thursday aiming at increasing American troops in the Middle East as tensions with Iran escalated, DW reported.
Ankara is fully complied with Washington over Iran, despite its frequent criticism of US sanctions against Tehran, Reuters reported.