Jul 30, 2022, 9:27 AM
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Headlines in Iranian English-language dailies on July 30

Tehran, IRNA – The following headlines appeared in English-language newspapers in the Iranian capital on Saturday, July 30, 2022:


-- Raeisi warns of Iran’s harsh response to any act of aggression

Iranian President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi warned that any act of aggression against the Islamic Republic will draw “a harsh response” from the country’s Armed Forces that will make aggressors regret their act.
Raeisi made the remarks on Thursday in an address to a group of the Iranian Army officers during a visit to Noje Airbase, located 47 kilometers (29 miles) north of the western city of Hamadan.

-- ‘Retaliation’ awaits countries helping anti-Iran terrorist groups: Intelligence minister

Iran’s Intelligence Minister Esmail Khatib has issued a stern warning to countries that provide assistance to anti-Iran terrorist groups, saying such acts will not remain unanswered.
“Countries that help the enemies of the Iranian nation should await retaliation,” Khatib said on Wednesday, addressing a security session in Sanandaj city, in the western province of Kordestan, according to PressTV.
The remarks come less than a week after the Intelligence Ministry announced the arrest of members of a terrorist group affiliated with Mossad before they could carry out their planned acts of sabotage.

-- Jolfa: A historical border city full of tourist attractions

One of the longest and most picturesque rivers, Aras flows through Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Iran. The border line between Iran and Azerbaijan passes right through the middle of the river which is divided into two or more branches at different locations.
If you stand at the river bank in Jolfa, the northwestern Iranian province of East Azarbaijan, you can see Gulistan village, a historical tower dating back to Ilkhanid Era, and a five-wagon train moving from Nakhchivan to Ordubad in the Republic of Azerbaijan.
Flowing quietly and silently, Aras has witnessed many painful events throughout history. I gave a military salute to a soldier standing on top of a guard tower next to the iron bridge built over Aras River. Mohammad Reza Qaderi, who is from Sardasht in Kurdestan Province, said, “I am proud that I am doing my military service here.”


-- Iran: Zionist Atomic Program Serious Threat

Iran said Friday the occupying regime of Israel’s advanced atomic military program poses a serious threat to international security and the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), urging the UN nuclear agency to fulfill its responsibility in this regard. “The advanced atomic military program of the apartheid Israeli regime and the regime’s continued objection to placing its nuclear facilities under the Safeguards Agreements [of the International Atomic Energy] Agency and not joining the Non-Proliferation Treaty are serious threats to international security and the non-proliferation regime,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani tweeted.

-- Tehran, Beijing Sign MoU for Exports of Agricultural Products to China

 Iranian Minister of Agriculture Javad Sadatinejad in a video conference on Thursday, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Chinese side for exports of Iranian agricultural products to China.
He said that the MoU has been signed in line with the policies of the administration of President Ebrahim Raisi for the enhancement of economic cooperation with regional and Eastern Asian countries.
The minister said that after intensive talks between Iran and China for several months, the two countries finalized and signed two important documents.

-- FIFA World Cup Trophy to Travel to Tehran in Early September

 The FIFA World Cup Trophy Tour will travel to Tehran, capital of Iran on September 1. The trophy will tour all 32 countries that have qualified for the World Cup.
The trophy tour began in May and will end in November just before the start of the FIFA World Cup. “The FIFA World Cup Trophy is one of the greatest symbols in sport,” said Romy Gai, FIFA’s Chief Business Officer. “Bringing it on tour gives us a unique opportunity to shine a spotlight on the fantastic communities around the world who love the beautiful game. The trophy tour – which will end back in Qatar, our amazing hosts – highlights our commitment to making football truly global as we realize the dreams of our fans ….”


--Ambassador: Israel seeking interference, sedition in other countries

Iran’s envoy to Baku has warned against the conspiracies of the enemies against Tehran-Baku friendly relations.

Speaking to national TV on Thursday, Seyyed Abbas Mousavi said, “Every time the relations between Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan become closer, third parties intensify conspiracies and provocations.”

Yet, he added, they fail horribly every time. “Iran and Azerbaijan are two friendly, brotherly and Muslim countries. They have always been satisfied with having interactions, and they always respect each other,” he reiterated. 

-- Iran runners-up at Asia Pacific Goalball Championship

 Iran lost to Japan 8-7 in the final match of the International Blind Sports Federation (IBSA) 2022 Goalball Asia Pacific Championships on Friday. The competition took place at ISA Sport City in Bahrain from July 20 to 29.

Iran’s women’s team also won the bronze medal in the competition. Brazil are the reigning men's champions and Russia the current women's world champions, following victories at the last Goalball World Championships in Malmö in Sweden in 2018. The world championships will be held in Matosinhos, Portugal from Dec. 5 to 17.

-- Knowledge-based firms to play main role in reviving oil wells

 By continuous production of a hydrocarbon reservoir, the reservoir pressure and production rate decreases. Production decline is a normal part of reservoir flow, but when the decline doesn't match realistic expectations, the operator can choose from technologies that help it improve or restore well productivity.

Production improvement technologies revive oil or gas reservoir, and enable operators to get more from declining oil and gas fields in order to maximize revenues. In Iran, where the role of oil production and export is undeniable in the country’s economy, oil production enhancement is attached some high significance.


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