Rejected

  • EU's JCPOA negotiations coordinator Enrique Mura in a press conference rejected the “72-hour deadline rumor about Vienna talks, which he said was published in Bloomberg site.

  • The Iranian Foreign Ministry rejected the “baseless and unacceptable” remarks by US President Joe Biden at a summit of regional Arab states in the Saudi city of Jeddah, saying the US is trying to foment tension and crisis in the West Asia region by resorting to Iranophobia.

  • The spokesman of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) has rejected the propaganda campaign in Western media against the construction activities underway in the vicinity of the Natanz nuclear site, saying the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is already fully aware of Tehran’s measures there.

  • A former diplomat has said that although the IAEA resolution doesn’t intended to a refer Iran's case to the UN Security Council, but the adoption of this resolution will prepare the conditions for confronting Iran, increasing tensions, and triggering a snapback mechanism against Tehran.

  • Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh rejected one-sided and unjustifiable statements by France and Germany regarding seized Greek tankers, which seem to have become a constant habit among those who issue them.

  • Iran’s Minister of Interior Ahmad Vahidi dismissed reports about a clash between Iranian and the Taliban forces at the common border with Afghanistan, saying what has happened resulted from a misunderstanding.

  • Iran’s Foreign Ministry on Thursday flatly rejected the US State Department’s annual report on human rights, stressing that such repetitive, unfounded, politically-charged and meddlesome reports won’t give them legitimacy.

  • Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian in a phone call with his Hungarian counterpart Péter Szijjártó rejected the war and sanctions, saying that Iran is after a political solution in Ukraine.

  • The European Union is reportedly unlikely to impose new sanctions on Iran after several countries rejected measures proposals by the United Kingdom, France and Germany that were intended to keep US President Donald Trump from walking away from the nuclear accord. The European Union is reportedly unlikely to impose new sanctions on Iran after several countries rejected measures proposals by the United Kingdom, France and Germany that were intended to keep US President Donald Trump from walking away from the nuclear accord.

  • The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman rejected France's anti-Iran allegations about shippling weapons to Yemen.