Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi announced that Tehran and the International Atomic Energy Agency are satisfied with the results of the talks held between the two sides in Tehran last Thursday.
What does TEH stand for?
TEH stands for Tehran
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We have 14 other meanings of TEH in our Acronym Attic
- The European Group of Valuers' Associations (Brussels, Belgium)
- Texas Educational Grid Project, Inc. (computer engineering)
- Target Electronic Counter Measures Generation System
- Top End Group School (Australia)
- Toronto East Goan Seniors Association (Canada)
- Tyco Electronics Group S.A.
- Testis-Enhanced Gene Transcript (BAX inhibitor 1)
- Turkiye Egitim Gonulluleri Vakfi (Turkey)
- The Exciting Game Without Any Rules
- Tehachapi (Amtrak station code; Tehachapi, CA)
- Textile Editor Helper
- Theophylline, Ephedrine, and Hydroxyzine (immunology)
- Total Engine Hours
- Total Extractable Hydrocarbons (normally diesel, gasoline, and motor oil)
- Toxicology and Environmental Health
- Trans Europe Halles (French; European cultural centers network; est. 1983)
- Turkey Erythrocyte Hemagglutination Test (hepatitis B test)
- Tennessee Eastman Hiking Club
- Transmission Electro-Hydraulic Control Module (Delphi Corp.)
- Texas Early Hearing Detection and Intervention
Samples in periodicals archive:
Iran's diplomats expelled from London over the storming of the British embassy in Tehran this week arrived in the Iranian capital early on Saturday, Iranian media reported.
A US non-profit investigative journalism group, Pro Publica, said it obtained a copy of Iran's closely-held five-page proposal, in which Tehran said it was prepared to hold "comprehensive, all-encompassing and constructive negotiations.
Iranian officials believe Americans are more straightforward in business deals," says Narsi Ghorban, managing director of Narkangan Gas to Liquid, a Tehran energy company.
The US is planning to establish a diplomatic presence in Tehran for the first time in 30 years, a remarkable turnaround in policy by president George Bush who has pursued a hawkish approach to Iran throughout his time in office.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's controversial visit to New York City to address the United Nations on September 19 has highlighted the Tehran regime's new center-stage role in world affairs.
To drive home the point, Ahmadinejad shortly thereafter marched in Tehran - at the head of tens of thousands of young demonstrators burning Israeli and American flags - to a public square where he again dismissed what he called the ``myth that Jews were massacred'' in the Holocaust and suggested that the Jewish state - every bit as much a rightful member of the United Nations as Iran - be removed to Austria, Canada or Alaska.
On December 6, a crowd of more than 1,000 rambunctious students booed and heckled and mocked Iranian President Mohammad Khatami in an auditorium at Tehran University.