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United States is generally required to allow access to the United Nations for foreign diplomats. But Washington says it can deny visas for "security, terrorism, and foreign policy" reasons.
Tehran has scaled back on some of its nuclear commitments under the deal, leading the European parties to the pact to warn it about not fully complying with the terms.
Blacklisting Iran's chief negotiator would also be unusual because it could impede any U.S. effort to use diplomacy to resolve its disagreements with Tehran over Iran's nuclear program.
Adel al-Jubeir calls the Shiite republic's talk of a possible rapprochement with Riyadh "laughable," says ties "worst in years."
Hamas delegation visiting Tehran to attend swearing-in of president Rouhani.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
US Senator Graham says Zarif lying about Iran not seeking to develop nuclear weapons; Liberman calls for world powers to enforce economic pressure, tough policy on the Islamic Republic.
The Iranian foreign minister is addressing the Davos Economic Forum in Switzerland.
Mohammad Zarif's strong statement makes waves as US President-elect Donald Trump continues to vocally oppose the nuclear agreement.
Iranian FM signals that warming relations with West after nuclear deal will have no impact on Iran developing its missile program.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
In the end it came down to a series of telephone calls between US Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif.
A senior Iranian official said the handshake on Monday at the United Nations headquarters "was not preplanned."
The statement was made by Ayatollah Mohammad Yazdi, the hardliner who leads the Assembly of Experts, the influential body that will pick Iran's next Supreme Leader.
Iran's deputy foreign minister: The goal of this visit is "strengthening ties and developing cooperation in all the fields" with Iran's neighbors.
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