Iran News Round Up

Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned government officials not to trust the U.S. after alleged shortcomings in the nuclear deal’s implementation.
Defense Minister Hossein Dehghan apologized for criticizing some parliamentarians’ request to review Russia’s use of an Iranian base to launch airstrikes in Syria.
The Foreign Ministry announced that Russia is no longer launching airstrikes from a base in western Iran.
Parliament will review Iran’s oil and gas contract model following a wave of domestic criticism of the proposed contract’s terms.
Twenty parliamentarians called for a review of Russia’s military presence in Iran following Russian airstrikes from a base in northwestern Iran.
Officials defended Russia’s use of an Iranian air base to launch airstrikes in Syria as constitutional.
Iran and Russia reportedly signed an agreement allowing Russia to use an Iranian air base to conduct airstrikes in Syria.
President Hassan Rouhani defended the nuclear agreement and announced that the Iranian economy reached 4.4 percent growth for the first three months of the Iranian calendar year.
<p>Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Turkish Foreign Minister Mevl&uuml;t &Ccedil;avuşoğlu pledged to strengthen cooperation between Tehran and Ankara on the Syrian conflict.</p>
<p>The Interior Ministry announced finalized registration and campaigning dates for the 2017 presidential elections.</p>