• Putin congratulates Iran’s president-elect Raeisi

    Putin congratulates Iran’s president-elect Raeisi

    TEHRAN – Russian President Vladimir Putin sent a message on Saturday congratulating the election of Ebrahim Raeisi as the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

  • All participate

    All participate

    Followers of other faiths including Jews, Christians, and Zoroastrians join Muslim people in Iran on Friday to vote for the presidential elections Friday. As the voting began early at 7:00 in the morning, Iranians attended polling stations to vote for their desired candidate. Despite all the negative propaganda by Western media outlets to downplay the people’s participation in the elections, Iranians once again proved that they are the sole decision-makers of their fate.

  • Raeisi wins presidential vote in Iran with a landslide victory  

    Raeisi wins presidential vote in Iran with a landslide victory  

    TEHRAN – Ebrahim Raeisi won the June 18 presidential election with a landslide victory, defeating his three other rivals with a wide margin.

  • Rezaei, Hemmati, Qazizadeh congratulate Raeisi for winning presidential polls

    Rezaei, Hemmati, Qazizadeh congratulate Raeisi for winning presidential polls

    TEHRAN – Mohsen Rezaei, Abdolnasser Hemmati and Amir Hossein Qazizadeh issued separate messages on Saturday morning congratulating Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi for winning the June 18 presidential elections.

  • Election from point of view of officials

    Election from point of view of officials

    TEHRAN — Prominent political figures cast vote for the presidential and council elections on Friday. Political figures cast votes as the voting began at 7:00 in Iran. Simultaneously, mid-term parliamentary and Assembly of Experts elections were held in a few constituencies in the country.

  • Making history, again!

    Making history, again!

    TEHRAN — As the voting began early at 7:00 in the morning, Iranians poured onto the street to vote for their desired candidate. Despite all negative propaganda by the foreign mainstream media outlets to downplay the people’s participation in the elections, Iranians once again proved that they are the sole decision-makers of their fate.

  • With a stroke of the pen

    Iranians enchased the epic scenery of the bright future once again

    With a stroke of the pen

    TEHRAN – Iranians from all walks of life headed to polling stations across the country early on Friday to exercise their right to have a final say on all state matters ranging from how to run a village to deciding who will be the tenant of the Iranian presidential palace for the next four years.

  • High voter turnout among Iranian expatriates

    High voter turnout among Iranian expatriates

    TEHRAN - Iranians living abroad flocked to polling stations set up by the Iranian Foreign Ministry across the globe to take part in elections affecting the daily lives of Iranians both at home and abroad.

  • Zarif holds high-level talks in Antalya Diplomacy Forum

    Zarif holds high-level talks in Antalya Diplomacy Forum

    TERHAN - Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who is in Turkey to participate in the Antalya Diplomacy Forum, met with a number of his foreign counterparts and officials to discuss Iran’s foreign relations.

  • Zarif meets EU’s Borrell, says no possibility to renegotiate nuclear deal

    Zarif meets EU’s Borrell, says no possibility to renegotiate nuclear deal

    TEHRAN – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who held talks with European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell in Turkey on Friday, insisted on the need for removal of U.S.-led sanctions on Iran.