Iran Will 'Vigorously' Resume N-Program If US Pulls out of JCPOA: Zarif

Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Iran will "vigorously" resume the activities it halted under the 2015 nuclear agreement if the United States scraps the multilateral accord.

Speaking to reporters in New York on Saturday, Zarif noted that the resumption of uranium enrichment would be Tehran's "probable" response to a possible US withdrawal from the deal, Press TV reported.

"America never should have feared Iran producing a nuclear bomb, but we will pursue vigorously our nuclear enrichment," he said.

Saudi-Backed Militants Kill ICRC Aid Worker with Multiple Gunshots in Yemen

Saudi-backed gunmen have shot dead a Lebanese aid worker of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Yemen's southwestern city of Ta’izz and injured several others, Press T.V reported.

The Saudi mercenaries opened fire on Saturday on an ICRC vehicle in Zabab district in the west of the city, the website of Yemen's al-Masirah satellite TV network reported.

Iran-Iraq Ties Never Affected by Mischievous Intervention, Says Hatami

Iran's Minister of Defense Brigadier General Amir Hatami said on Saturday that the Islamic Republic of Iran and Iraq never let their close relations be affected by mischievous interventions.

Speaking to reporters, the Iranian defense minister thanked Iraqi officials for according a warm welcome and hospitality to him during his stay in the country.

Rouhani: Iran Fully Prepared for Any US Scenario for JCPOA

President Hassan Rouhani says the Iranian government stands fully prepared for any US scenario on the 2015 nuclear deal, and that Washington’s possible withdrawal from the pact would immediately be met with a proper response, according to Press T.V.

Commenting on US President Donald Trump’s threats to scrap the nuclear agreement, Rouhani said Saturday that Iran has planned all the necessary measures to be taken in response to any decision by Washington on the deal, officially called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Jaberi Ansari: To solve crisis in Syria, there is need to accept Syrian people’s will

Tehran – Senior Assistant to Iran’s Foreign Minister for Special Political Affairs, Hossein Jaberi Ansari, stressed on Saturday that the Syrian people only have the right to decide the future of their country, saying that to solve the crisis in Syria, there is need to accept the will of the Syrian people, SANA reported.

The efforts exerted in Astana, Sochi and Geneva platforms will be successful if the Syrian people are given the chance to decide the future of their own country, he added.