by AmirPatriot at 05-16-2018, 06:34 PM
All discussions and images of the construction and future service of IRINS Sahand goes here.

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by Parsi Pride at 05-16-2018, 02:25 PM
The foreign ministers of France, Germany and the United Kingdom, along with Iran's foreign minister, have agreed on a nine-point economic plan to keep the Iran nuclear deal alive.
Meeting in Brussels on Tuesday, the ministers rushed to discuss alternative solutions after US President Donald Trump on May 8 withdrew from the deal and vowed to impose tough economic sanctions against Tehran.
"There was awareness of the urgency," Federica Mogherini, the European Union's foreign policy chief, said after the meeting.
Heiko Maas, Germany's foreign minister, acknowledged that the process to resolve the issues surrounding the US withdrawal would not be easy.
"If we want to stay in this agreement and ensure that Iran stays in this agreement and abides to the terms of the agreement, then we need to talk about this," he said.
Before the meeting, Boris Johnson, the UK's foreign secretary, said: "the UK and our European partners continue to view the nuclear deal as vital for our shared security, and remain fully committed to upholding it."

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Participants in the meeting stated that the strategy is expected to produce "practical solutions in the next few weeks" by tackling financial concerns such as business, banking transactions and possible interruptions to oil production.

Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran's foreign minister, said collaboration with the EU was on the right track.

"I believe it's a good start. We're not there, we're beginning the process," he told journalists after the meeting.

Mogherini confirmed that deputy foreign ministers from the three European nations and Iran would meet in Vienna next week for an "experts talk."
The proposals will address nine key financial areas, including maintaining economic ties with Iran, ensuring Iran's ability to sell oil and gas products and protecting EU companies doing business in Iran.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/05/e...29753.html
by AmirPatriot at 05-16-2018, 02:01 PM
News and Discussions about the construction of IRINS Sahand and eventual service go here.


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by AmirPatriot at 05-16-2018, 01:31 PM
All news and discussions about the development and production of the Karrar tank goes here.

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Good analysis of the Karrar tank at the link below.

https://below-the-turret-ring.blogspot.c...eiled.html
by AmirPatriot at 05-16-2018, 01:27 PM
Images and discussion about NEZAJA's T-72S/M1 tanks goes here.


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by chmele at 05-16-2018, 01:10 AM
The danger that military tensions in the Middle East will mount after the US decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal is growing, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov told the Valdai International Discussion Club.

“We don’t want the US pullout from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action to become a prelude for a further spike in military tensions in the Middle East, although the danger of this is evident,” Ryabkov said.

“This danger after the US decision and what happened then is growing, according to our assessments,” he noted. Major reasons for the US withdrawal from the JCPOA on the Iranian nuclear program are not linked to the agreement itself, but to Washington’s approach to Tehran’s policy in the Middle East, he said.
“We believe that this occurred mainly due to the reasons, which are not tied to the JCPOA, and frankly speaking, the US representatives are not hiding this,” Ryabkov said. “I would like to point out that there are a lot of opportunities for resolving regional issues involving Iran,” he said. “If the United States is interested in changes in [Iran’s] behavior, it should step up the diplomatic process,” the senior Russian diplomat added.
Moscow considers it possible to preserve the Iran nuclear deal with sufficient political will of its participants and despite the US’ withdrawal. “We need to determine parameters for work within the JCPOA without the US,” he noted. “We believe that it is possible both in theory and in practice. Much depends on the politicians’ will, chiefly in the European countries.”
by chmele at 05-16-2018, 01:10 AM
The danger that military tensions in the Middle East will mount after the US decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal is growing, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov told the Valdai International Discussion Club.

“We don’t want the US pullout from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action to become a prelude for a further spike in military tensions in the Middle East, although the danger of this is evident,” Ryabkov said.

“This danger after the US decision and what happened then is growing, according to our assessments,” he noted. Major reasons for the US withdrawal from the JCPOA on the Iranian nuclear program are not linked to the agreement itself, but to Washington’s approach to Tehran’s policy in the Middle East, he said.
“We believe that this occurred mainly due to the reasons, which are not tied to the JCPOA, and frankly speaking, the US representatives are not hiding this,” Ryabkov said. “I would like to point out that there are a lot of opportunities for resolving regional issues involving Iran,” he said. “If the United States is interested in changes in [Iran’s] behavior, it should step up the diplomatic process,” the senior Russian diplomat added.
Moscow considers it possible to preserve the Iran nuclear deal with sufficient political will of its participants and despite the US’ withdrawal. “We need to determine parameters for work within the JCPOA without the US,” he noted. “We believe that it is possible both in theory and in practice. Much depends on the politicians’ will, chiefly in the European countries.”
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