An Iranian military vessel enters the Estonian waters without permission

The spokesman for the Police and Boarder Guard Board, Andra Jundas, told the Estonian newspaper, Postimees, that ships can peacefully pass through other countries territorial waters, but according to the Estonian law, foreign military vessels must inform the country’s foreign ministry at least 48 hours ahead of the time of their intention to enter its territorial waters.

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Two Iranian warships spotted near English channel

Two Iranian warships are nearing the English Channel, according to satellite photographs reviewed by USNI News. The ships are thought to be headed to the Baltic Sea to represent Iran in a July 25 naval parade off the coast of St. Petersburg to commemorate the 325th anniversary of the Russian Navy.

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About 10 Russian companies under US sanctions for trade with Iran

About 10 Russian companies and organizations found themselves under American sanctions for cooperation with Iran, Dmitry Kiku, Deputy Head of the Department for Control over External Restrictions of the Finance Ministry, stated during a discussion at the Valdai Club.

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Presidential candidate Dehghan reassures Iranians against fears of militarism

Hossein Dehghan, a military advisor to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei who is running for presidency in the cleric-led country, is lobbying against suggestions that the next president should not be drawn from the military.

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Iran to join LNG race in Asia with huge North pars development

With Asian spot liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices having risen to unprecedented levels in January and the outlook remaining extremely robust Iran believes now is the time to move full ahead with its long-term strategy to become a leading global LNG supplier.

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Russia refuses to play Iran’s political games

The first foreign trip made by Iranian Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf last week turned out to be both a PR disaster and an embarrassment, sparking massive controversy across Iran and a barrage of public criticism and mockery targeting Ghalibaf and the Tehran regime.

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