Afghanistan: Iran's special envoy for Afghanistan spoke with the U.N. Secretary General's office about the Afghan peace process. "The two sides reviewed various aspects of Afghanistan developments, and highlighted the necessity of mitigating the pains of Afghan people and accelerating the achievement of peace and sustainable stability through diplomatic and political solutions," the Iranian Foreign Ministry said.
My remarks at the International Day of Nowruz:— Majid Takht Ravanchi (@TakhtRavanchi) March 22, 2021
Nowruz conveys a deeply rooted culture that brings hope, peace and prosperity.
At this time when extremism, violence, hostility and unilateralism have reached highest levels, the message of Nowruz is more relevant than ever.#Nowruz pic.twitter.com/zn4Lh8mVoL
Nuclear: The International Atomic Energy Agency would hold talks in Tehran in April, Newsweek reported. The nuclear watchdog plans to ask about uranium particles detected at two undeclared sites. "We have some information, we have some hypotheses, and we are going to be putting very clear questions to our Iranian counterparts in order to see whether we can clarify this," IAEA chief Raphael Grossi said.
Yemen: Tehran backed a political solution to the conflict in Yemen, one day after Saudi Arabia proposed a comprehensive ceasefire and reopening the Sanaa airport. "Since the beginning of this war, the Islamic Republic of Iran has emphasized that the Yemen crisis has no military solution," Iran's Foreign Ministry said, "and that Iran supports any peace plan focused on ending the aggression, declaring a nationwide ceasefire, ending the occupation, lifting the economic siege, starting the political dialogue, and finally letting Yemenis take the helm of shaping their political future free from any foreign interference."
On this day 65 years ago, Pakistan became the world's 1st Islamic republic.— Javad Zarif (@JZarif) March 23, 2021
We're proud to count Pakistan among our close fraternal neighbors, and we look forward to jointly working to expand ties between our Govts and nations.
ایران پاکستان دوستی زِنده باد #PakistanZindabad pic.twitter.com/RcsOahJeJb
Diplomacy: Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with counterparts from Britain, Germany and France to discuss Iran. "We are all very much on the same page when it comes to Iran, when it comes to our common interest in seeing if Iran wants to engage in diplomacy to come back fully into compliance with its obligations under the JCPOA," he told reporters in Brussels. "We are, again, prepared to engage on that. To date Iran has not been, but let’s see what happens in the weeks ahead."
US claims the "ball is in Iran's court". But 2 months into its new admin, US is STILL in violation of JCPOA and UNSCR 2231.— Majid Takht Ravanchi (@TakhtRavanchi) March 24, 2021
Biden admin admitted that Trump's max pressure policy failed; yet that policy is STILL in place.
Cruel sanctions on Iran’s people won't get US anywhere.