@SKhatibzadeh expressed regret over breaching ceasefire in #Azerbaijan-#Armenia conflict, saying #Iran invites both sides to practice self-restraint.— IranGov.ir (@Iran_GOV) October 12, 2020
Iran slams missile attacks on important infrastructures, residential areas and killing civilians. pic.twitter.com/5mBmdgiCeB
Diplomacy: Iran's ambassador to Moscow discussed the Syrian civil war and Persian Gulf security with Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Vershinin.
Oil: Iran resumed gas exports to Iraqi Kurdistan for the first time since February. Exports were suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the drop in global oil prices.
#Iran’s Health Ministry Spokesperson, Lari announced on Tuesday:— IranGov.ir (@Iran_GOV) October 13, 2020
🔷Total number of #COVID19 patients recovered: 411,840
🔷Total number of infected cases: 508,389
🔷Total number of death toll: 29,070
In the past 24 hours:
🔷New cases tested positive: 4,108
🔷New death toll: 254 pic.twitter.com/ioRQocUnHY
Diplomacy: Iran expressed concern about violations of the Armenia-Azerbaijan ceasefire. “We will try our utmost to help bring a ceasefire to the Nagorno-Karabakh region and urge the warring sides to seriously respect international law and territorial integrity in all negotiations," Government Spokesman Ali Rabei said.
Health: Iran imposed a three-day travel ban on five cities: Tehran, Karaj, Mashhad, Isfahan and Orumiyeh. The ban would run from October 17 to 19. The single-day death toll, 279 dead, broke record highs for the third time in a single week.
Oil: South Korea said that it had imported no Iranian crude oil in September.