Mohammad Javad Zarif speaks during a news conference in Baghdad. Reuters/ File
Discussions between Britain and the United States on building up their military presence in the Gulf are ongoing, Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokeswoman, Alison Donnelly, said on Friday amid tensions with Iran.
Britain and Germany also suggested that Iran shared some blame for provoking the targeted killing that dramatically ratcheted up tensions in the Mideast.
Two US military officials quoted by the paper said the Pentagon wanted to resume these operations in order to pick up the fight against the Daesh group. Washington began the pause on January 5 two days after the strike that killed Iranian general Qasem Soleimani at the Baghdad airport.
Records show the row occurred after the victim asked her husband to get her a mobile phone recharge card so she could speak to her family in her home country.
Former Argentine footballer Diego Maradona meets Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, who thanked the icon for his 'unconditional support.'
Iran said on Wednesday that Tehran and its regional rival Saudi Arabia should work together to overcome problems, the state news agency IRNA quoted Iranian president's chief of staff Mahmoud Vaezi as saying.