Tehran(IP)- Iran's Government Spokesman firmly lambasted the terrorist attack on the Shah Cheragh Holy Shrine in Shiraz on Sunday”, leaving two Martyrs.

Iran PressIran News:  Attending his press brief on August 15, Ali Bahadori-Jahromi offered his condolences to the families of the victims,” highlighting the case will be pursued at international levels.

According to provincial officials, two people were martyred and seven others wounded after an assailant began shooting at people at the Shah Cheragh holy shrine on August 13.

Bahadori-Jahromi also announced that all stages for the construction operations of Phase 11 of the South Pars Gas Field have been implemented by expert domestic engineers and would become operational in the near future.

Gov't spox: We can use the unfrozen assets to buy non-sanctioned items

While criticizing the ex-government in liberating these funds, he said: the incumbent administration, with its active and dignified diplomacy, caused our frozen assets in South Korea and Iraq to be released and will be spent on non-sanctioned expenses.

Jahormi also announced the increase in the export of technological products and said: During the last year, the export of the products of knowledge-based companies has increased by more than 25%.

According to the official statistics of Iran's export of knowledge in 1400 (March 20, 2021- March 20, 2021), it was 650 million dollars, which has increased by more than 25%, and the foreign exchange earnings resulting from it have also entered the country.

According to Bahadori Jahormi, Iran ranks first in agricultural biotechnology and the food industry, second in advanced pharmaceutical products and diagnosis and treatment, and third in advanced materials and products based on advanced technology.

Gov't Spox: Iran not tight solving water shortage to diplomatic ties

In response to Iran Press, Ali Bahadori-Jahromi said: The Afghan government claimed that lack of water prevented them from giving Iran's Hirmand water share. After the warning from the president, the Afghan government finally agreed to allow the Iranian technical delegation to travel to Afghanistan.

He also said: Iran recently rejected the Afghan claim by publishing satellite images of water behind the dams built on the Hirmand.

The Iranian official also noted that the ruling administration in Afghanistan has, with negotiations, agreed to let the Iranian technical team inspect the Kajaki Dam on the Helmand River amid efforts to resolve an ongoing water shortage.

He further, in his remarks, added: Iranian technical experts have visited a hydrometric station in Deh Rawood, upstream of the Kajaki Dam.

Moreover, Bahadori-Jahromi stated: The visit should take place at a time when maximum water is discharged.


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