Bahrain summons Iran diplomat over ‘flagrant interference’
Bahrain summoned Iran's acting charge d'affaires Sunday to protest against its supreme leader voicing support for "oppressed people" across the Middle East including in Bahrain, state media said. The foreign ministry handed "an official protest memorandum" to Mortaza Sanubari over "statements made by Ali Khamenei against the kingdom of Bahrain", BNA news agency said. Khamenei said on Saturday that the nuclear deal reached between Tehran and world powers would not alter Iran's support for the governments of Syria and Iraq, nor its backing for "oppressed people" in Yemen and Bahrain, and the Palestinians.
8 February, 2015 Iran’s Khamenei hints ready to accept fair nuclear deal as talks proceed By Mehrdad Balali and Shadia Nasralla DUBAI/MUNICH (Reuters) - Iran's paramount leader suggested on Sunday he could back a fair nuclear accord with world powers in which neither side got everything it wanted, boosting Iranian negotiators under fire from hardliners at home opposed to […]
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25 July, 2015 Bahrain recalls its Iran envoy over ‘hostile comments’ Bahrain has decided to recall its ambassador to Tehran in protest at "hostile" comments by Iranian leaders, the official BNA news agency reported on Saturday. It said the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (SCIA) "strongly denounced the repeated blatant Iranian interference in Bahrain's […]
11 April, 2014 Iran economy stabilizing, to soar if deal reached: IMF Iran's economy is stabilizing and will post substantially stronger growth if the Islamic republic reaches a comprehensive deal with world powers on its nuclear program, the IMF said Friday. The International Monetary Fund estimates that Iran's economy shrank by 1.7 percent in 2013, the […]
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