He made the remarks in a televised interview on Tuesday night.
The minister referred to the upcoming Iran Petroleum Contracts conference scheduled to be held in Tehran on November 28-29 saying the new contracts will be more appealing to foreign investors while safeguarding the national interests.
To a query on the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline, Zangeneh said the agreement is valid while the Pakistani side had to stop construction on its soil because of sanctions.
Source: Fars news
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