BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Iranian parliament voted on Sunday to keep the oil and foreign ministers, two of pragmatist President Hassan Rouhani's key members of cabinet, in their posts.
Iranian lawmakers have approved 16 Cabinet members nominated by recently re-elected President Hassan Rouhani. Parliament speaker Ali Larijani said lawmakers Sunday approved 16 of 17 proposed ministers, among them Foreign … Click to Continue »
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said Sunday the top foreign policy priority for his new government was to protect the nuclear deal from being torn up by the United States. "The most important job of our foreign minister is first to stand...Show More Summary
President Hassan Rouhani is positioning himself to be the next supreme leader — and he isn't going to let U.S. threats to blow up the nuclear deal get in his way.
President Hassan Rouhani says Trump has shown the world that Washington is ‘not a good partner’ The Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, has warned that his country could abandon its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers within hours ifShow More Summary
President Hassan Rouhani said Iran could resume the uranium enrichment program it shelved in 2015.
Hassan Rouhani said he could revive uranium-enrichment activities in “hours” if the American government imposed further sanctions.
PRESIDENT HASSAN ROUHANI: Iran could restart nuclear programme within hours. I’m so old I can remember when Obama sold his nuclear deal with Iran by claiming that “all four pathways to a bomb are blocked.”
The nuclear deal "was Iran's preference, but it was not and will not remain Iran's only option," President Hassan Rouhani says
Iran’s president on Tuesday warned it could restart its nuclear program “within hours or days” if the Trump administration continued its confrontational policies toward the Islamic Republic. President Hassan Rouhani’s remarks were a direct response to Trump’s increasingly bellicose rhetoric toward...
Hassan Rouhani says it could be done “in an hour and a day” if Washington continues with “threats and sanctions” against Iran.
Iran's president has issued a direct threat, claiming his country is capable of restarting its nuclear program within hours. Hassan Rouhani says it could be done "in an hour and … Click to Continue »
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani appointed two female vice presidents on Wednesday but continued to take flak from reformists for nominating no women ministers. The appointments came a day after the moderate president announced his all-male list of ministers to parliament, seen as a betrayal by reformists who backed his re-election campaign in May. Show More Summary
The pact to increase auto production is a victory for President Hassan Rouhani, re-elected this year after vowing to revitalize his country’s economy.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has named two women as vice-presidents after coming under fire for proposing a cabinet that included no women among his ministerial picks. Rouhani’s presidential website announced Wednesday that he appointed...Show More Summary
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani put forward a new cabinet line-up on Tuesday that was immediately criticised by reformists for its lack of women or young people. The ministerial line-up, which must still be approved by parliament, also lacked minorities and actually increased the average age compared to Rouhani's first term. Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani presented his cabinet to parliament for a vote of confidence on Tuesday, keeping in place the chief architect of Tehran's nuclear accord with global powers.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has proposed Cabinet members for his second term in office, with almost no changes among incumbent portfolios. Iranian state TV said Tuesday that according to a … Click to Continue »
It was always going to be a state ceremony of grandeur and pomp, but the current turbulence in Middle East politics ensured that Hassan Rouhani’s inauguration as President of Iran became an occasion of significant resonance. Iran, its...Show More Summary
Minister of State Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne attended the ceremony, not Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian) By Bozorgmehr Sharafedin LONDON (Reuters) - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, who was sworn-in for a second term on Saturday, has...Show More Summary