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#Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has had a phone call with the EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell.

Borrell once more emphasized that #Fakhrizadeh's assassination was a "criminal" act and described the EU's stance, according to the foreign ministry.

The two-week COVID-19 restrictions in Tehran is over, and the government is not going to extend it, arguing that the city is no longer in the "red" zone, and is now in "orange" zone. As of Saturday, many businesses will reopen.

Important comment from #Iran's parliament speaker on motivation behind proposed bill (which still needs to pass through some hoops before becoming law) to suspend #IAEA inspections of nuclear program: namely to press for swift diplomatic efforts on easing sanctions. https://twitter.com/AbasAslani/status/1333774150687748098

Twitter feed video.Important comment from #Iran's parliament speaker on motivation behind proposed bill (which still needs to pass through some hoops before becoming law) to suspend #IAEA inspections of nuclear program: namely to press for swift diplomatic efforts on easing sanctions. https://t.co/r2X5vWejpg
Abas Aslani@AbasAslani

#Iran’s parliament speaker (on the bill to increase nuclear activities): Today, parliament ended the decision to continue one-way road [of #JCPOA]; The bill provides the West with opportunity to fulfill commitments...With this, we hope to be able to lift sanctions.

You all are responsible to remind #Israel #SaudiArabia & #US they are continuously violating the international law established by the United Nations after the Second World War.

This is very serious because it imposes the law of jungle on all states. Good reminder regardless.

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