Mohammad Javad Zarif
Iranian Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari blasted President Donald Trump over his decision to side with Saudi Arabia in a decades-old dispute.
Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran’s foreign minister, spoke to Newsweek about Syria, the nuclear negotiations, and who is a better negotiator, himself or Trump.
Iran's foreign minister said his country's authority came from its people, not "beautiful" U.S. weapons used by Tehran's foes.
Iran and Saudi Arabia back opposing factions in wars across the Middle East, and they cut relations entirely last year.
It will be the first time that Tehran attends an international summit on the four-year-long war.
Foreign ministers from Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia arrived Sunday to make a push to meet Tuesday's deadline for an Iranian nuclear agreement.
Iran's foreign minister on Thursday suggested that a 10-year freeze on some aspects of the country's nuclear program might be acceptable.