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European Union (EU) foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton has hailed the progress achieved in the cooperation between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) over issues regarding Tehran’s nuclear energy program.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir Abdollahian said he will start a bi-nation tour of the regional nations on Sunday which will take him to Oman and Qatar.
The Central Bank of Iran has named eight domestic banks, which will transfer the country’s frozen assets.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif expressed the hope that Iran-Turkmenistan-Kazakhstan railroad will be launched soon.
Iranian Deputy Interior Minister Ali Abdollahi confirmed that the five border guards abducted along Iran-Pakistan border on February 5 are safe and sound.
Senior official at Iranˈs Civil Aviation Organization has announced that Tehran-Vienna direct flight would be resumed on March 12 after a year-long delay.
French Peugeot plans to resume activities in Iran massively after it quit cooperation with Iran two years ago.
Seventy Iranian lawmakers have signed a letter to question Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif over his positions vis-a-vis the Holocaust and the Israeli regime.
Iran has offered Russia a proposal to carry out joint naval exercises in May, western media reports said quoting informed Middle Eastern security officials.
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