The bill will allocate $260m (£200m) to Iran's ballistic missile programme and the same amount to Quds Force, the special forces unit of Iran's elite Revolutionary Guard.
The measure came after President Donald Trump signed into law a bill passed by US Congress to impose new sanctions on Iran over its missile program in early August. During Sunday's voting session, 240 out of 244 legislators approved the missile spending bill.
He further said American officials should be aware that the legislation was just the first step against anti-Iran measures.
It would require Iran's government and armed forces to draw up a strategy to counter U.S. violations of human rights around the world, and to support Iranian bodies and individuals affected by USA sanctions. The vote comes amid growing tensions with the USA over the Iranian nuclear deal, which President Trump has said he would like to see cancelled.
Iran's chief nuclear negotiator, Abbas Araqchi, said the new bill was not in violation of the 2015 agreement limiting the country's nuclear programme.
Iran denies its missile programme violates a United Nations resolution that endorsed Tehran's 2015 nuclear deal with world powers and calls upon the Islamic Republic not to conduct activities related to ballistic missiles created to deliver nuclear weapons.
He added that the bill will be supported by the government of President Hassan Rouhani, as it is required to pass a second reading before being submitted to the Guardian Council for final approval.
But last month he backed away from his pledge to withdraw from the agreement.
To counter United States economic sanctions, the government has been ordered to provide a comprehensive plan on expanding economic cooperation with world countries, especially Iran's neighbors and friends as well as the countries which have likewise been subject to Washington's embargoes.
He was also accused of thrashing and torturing some Special Police Officers at gunpoint and circulated the scenes on social media. They alleged, "Ansar Ghuzwat-ul-Hind headed by Zakir Musa has been created to divide Kashmir nation".
The risky stunt was performed today, and soon after, the star began limping, worrying his staff and crew. In Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation , Cruise filmed a sequence as he hung from A400 plane in mid-air.
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The plant, which will open in 2021, will have the capacity to assemble 300,000 vehicles, according to Reuters Friday . In a tweet early Friday morning, Trump praised Toyota and Mazda for investing $1.6 billion in a new US assembly plant.
Farah still doubled Great Britain's medal tally, remaining the only GB athlete to have won any honour at the home championships. However, Edris and team-mate Yomif Kejelcha seized the initiative as the bell went and Farah struggled to go with them.
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Philip Catholic church in Ekwusigo local government area of the state . "My heart goes to the bereaved at this moment of pain". Oye, who described the attack as wicked, urged the security agencies to unravel those responsible for the dastardly act.
US Military searches for three lost Marines
Thirteen US aircraft were sent to Australia as part of the deployment, including the tilt-rotor Ospreys, Reuters reported. The battle phase of the training exercise centred around the Shoalwater Bay Training Area in Central Queensland.
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Messi posted an emotional farewell video after Neymar bid the players goodbye at the club's Sporting City in Barcelona . Li Liga chiefs tried to block the move on Thursday by refusing to accept the payment of Neymar's release clause.