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Daffodil harvest in Golestan province

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GOLESTAN, Jan. 09 (MNA) – Every year in January and February, farmers in Azad Shahr in Golestan province, northern Iran, start collecting daffodils. The mild winter weather and expansive daffodil farms attract many people to the northern farms.

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Israel’s Mossad chief to meet Biden, set out conditions to reform Iran’s nuclear deal

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will send Israel’s Mossad Chief Yossi Cohen to Washington next month to meet with US President Joe Biden in order to set Tel Aviv’s demands for reforming Iran’s nuclear deal, the Times of Israel reported yesterday.

According to the Israeli newspaper, Israeli TV Channel 12 broke the news on Saturday night, adding that Cohen, a trusted Netanyahu ally, would be the first senior Israeli official to meet with Biden and the chief of the CIA.

Israel is afraid that reviving Iran’s nuclear deal would help it enrich uranium and relieve its economy, the Israeli newspaper said.

Channel 12 reported that Cohen will present Israel’s demands to Biden, which are: Iran must halt the enrichment of uranium, stop producing advanced centrifuges and cease supporting terror groups, foremost Lebanon’s Hezbollah.

The demands also include ending Iran’s military presence in Iraq, Syria and Yemen, stopping “terror” activities against Israeli targets overseas and granting full access to the IAEA on all aspects of its nuclear programme.

READ: Israeli officials concerned over Biden’s stance on Iran and Palestine

Biden’s nominee for Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said that the US administration would consult with Israel and other allies when it takes a decision to revive the nuclear deal with Iran.

On Wednesday, Netanyahu urged Biden to work with Israel to deal with the “threat posed by Iran”.

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Head of CENTCOM terrorists repeats US’ anti-Iran claims

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Head of CENTCOM terrorists repeats US' anti-Iran claims

Frank Kenneth McKenzie, head of the United States Central Command, a terrorist organization known as CENTCOM, claimed that relations between Washington and Tehran were at an “opportune moment” with the inauguration of the administration of new US President Joe Biden.

Relations between the United States and Iran are in a “period of opportunity” following the inauguration of President Joe Biden, the top US military commander in the Middle East said during his first swing into the region under the new administration.

McKenzie claimed that there were “heightened threat streams” from Iran during the months leading up to Biden’s election and inauguration, but the United States was able to maintain what he has long-termed a “contested deterrence” during what has become increasingly clear was an unnerving and unpredictable moment, Defense One reported.

Continuing his claims and accusations, he said not only did Iran not strike any US targets directly, as some security and military analysts had worried it might do in the waning days of former President Donald Trump’s tenure, but Iran was also largely able to manage its actors in Iraq and elsewhere in the region, but not all of those groups operate under direct command and control from Tehran.

This is McKenzie’s first visit to the West Asian region under the new US administration to implement Trump’s order to add the Zionist regime and occupied Palestine to CENTCOM.

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Aliyev welcomes Iran’s prticipation in rebuilding Karabakh

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Aliyev welcomes Iran's prticipation in rebuilding Karabakh

Aliyev also expressed satisfaction with the Islamic Republic’s view on Azerbaijan’s proposed regional cooperation plan on peace, he called the proposal in favor of peace and common interests in the region.

He also showed his appreciation for the stances of the Islamic Republic of Iran toward the recent developments in the region and expressed satisfaction with the existing level of mutual cooperation between Tehran and Baku. He noted that the ground is set for further development of all-out ties. 

Enumerating the economic projects between the two countries, Aliyev welcomed the presence of Iranian companies in the reconstruction of the Karabakh region and expressed satisfaction with the Islamic Republic of Iran’s view on Azeris’ regional peace plan.

He assessed the proposal in favor of peace and common interests in the region.

Aliyev also welcomed the holding of Iran-Azerbaijan-Russia trilateral meetings, as well as the Iran-Azerbaijan-Turkey meeting in the future.

During the meeting, the Iranian FM congratulated the Government and the people of the Republic of Azerbaijan on their recent victories and stressed the importance of expanding bilateral cooperation.

He welcomed Azerbaijan’s proposed regional peace initiative and voiced Iran’s readiness for securing peace and stability in the region.

The Iranian minister reiterated Iran’s readiness and capabilities for reconstructing Karabakh.

Zarif arrived in Baku late on Sunday as part of a regional tour that will also take him to other countries including Russia later.

He and the accompanying delegation were welcomed in Baku International Airport by a number of Azerbaijan political officials and Iran’s Ambassador in Baku Abbas Mousavi.

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