Daily look at Iranís late-breaking news and upcoming events: Iranian Supreme Leader asks Govít to broaden ties with world states Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei underlined the necessity for the government to further expand relations and cooperation with the world countries. Qatarís envoy officially resumes activities in Iran Ali Bin Hamad al-Sulaiti, Qatarís ambassador to Tehran, officially resumed his diplomatic duties in the Islamic Republic on Saturday. President in the meeting of the 12th Administrationís cabinet with the Supreme Leader: Resolving unemployment the 12th Administrationís first goal President Rouhani described employment the most important issue for the people and said: ďReforming the banking system, pension funds, lack of balance in the budget, the issue of water and environment are other issues that must be settled in the coming four yearsĒ. Iran vows to legally pursue Appleís removal of Iranian Apps Iranís new ICT minister has pledged to follow up on Appleís removal of Iranian applications from its App Store. Nuclear inspectors should have access to Iran military bases: Haley U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley on Friday pressed the International Atomic Energy Agency to seek access to Iranian military bases to ensure that they are not concealing activities banned by the 2015 nuclear deal. Iranís defense power not limited to missile system: Top military official Iranís defensive power has gone beyond missile industry, said a top defense ministry official on Friday. Enemy aware that attacking Iran ends in ignominious defeat Army Chief Maj. Gen. Bagheri said the enemies have reached the firm conclusion that any assault on Iran would lead to a devastating and humiliating defeat for them. AEOI head: Fordowís new plan to be unveiled in few weeks Iranís nuclear chief Ali Akbar Salehi said Sat. that the first phase of a new plan for Fordow Fuel Enrichment Plant (FFEP) will come on stream in one or two weeks, adding the actual inauguration is scheduled for April 9. IAEA should not allow its independence over JCPOA to be questioned: Zarif Iranian foreign minister stressed that Tehran needs to have smart attitude in response to the irresponsible actions of the United States on breaking its commitments. Visit to Iranís military sites inconceivable due to PMD file closure Alireza Rahimi, a member of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of Iranís Parliament, said on Saturday that US questioning IAEA for Iranís nuclear activities is an unconventional intervention in the international bodyís affairs.