Ali Motahari, the vice chairman of the Islamic Consultative Assembly of Iran, in his interview with Sputnik News, said Iran won't accept a new nuclear agreement. Motahari said Iran will not consider changes in The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which is the agreement that determines Iran's nuclear activity. "Iran considers the negotiation process to be completed and will not accept any changes or amendments to JCPOA or conclude a new agreement. We are working exclusively on the basis of the JCPOA," he said. Motahari also spoke about collaboration of Iranian and European companies if the U.S. exits the Iranian deal.
Iran will invite foreign companies to bid for oil and gas projects for the first time since last year's landmark nuclear deal with world powers, the country's Ministry of Petroleum said Sunday. The ministry did not say how many projects would be involved but said they include exploration and production in oil and gas fields, with the bidding process opening on Monday. It will be the first time Iran offers an international tender for oil and gas projects since the nuclear deal went into effect in January. The ministry's website said foreign companies should submit their applications by Nov. 19 and that successful companies would be announced on Dec. 7. Iran had previously said that priority for exploration and production for foreign companies would be given to neighboring countries with which it shares border fields.
I'm still getting the hang of this live streaming. Feed starts at 01:16 but the video doesn't kick in till a bit later (03:01). Today Rick invites "Big Jim" Shaw back to preach on the consequences of America's secret sexual sins. Jim is back on today's show with a powerful word for America. Plus we talk about the Iran nuclear deal, an #AI god and more!