Iran’s coverage: Iranian oil minister due in UAE on Tuesday

Daily look at Iran’s late-breaking news and upcoming events:

 

Iran oil minister due in UAE November 18 for oil price talks

Iran’s oil minister is scheduled to visit the United Arab Emirates to discuss ways for a rebound in oil prices following a recent plunge in its value.

 

Omani foreign minister due to visit Iran Sunday: Report

Omani Foreign Minister Youssef Bin Alawi Bin Abdullah is reportedly due to pay a visit to the Iranian capital, Tehran, to hold talks with high-ranking Iranian officials.

 

VP underlines respect for all faiths in Iran

An Iranian vice-president said the country treats people of different religions with respect.

 

7-month petrochemicals exports up 18%

According to a senior trade official Iran’s export of petrochemical products has increased 18% year-on-year.

 

Iran to launch an export base in China

Deputy for international affairs and technology transfer of Science and Technology VP has said that export bases are to be established by knowledge-based companies.

 

20th international press expo wraps up in Iran capital

The 20th International Exhibition of the Press, News Agencies and Information Websites has come to a close in the Iranian capital, Tehran.

 

Official: Iran-Turkmenistan-Kazakhstan railway to open on December 3

The joint railway of Iran, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan is scheduled to come into operation on December 3, an Iranian official announced.

 

Official: All environmental standards observed in Zareh Shuran gold mine

Deputy Industry, Mines and Trade Minister Mehdi Karbasian said all the sanitary and environmental standards have been observed in Zareh Shuran gold plant in Takaab.

 

Iran sportsmen win 2 gold medals at Asian Beach Games

Iranian athletes have put on an awe-inspiring display of strength and athletic versatility at the fourth edition of the Asian Beach Games in Thailand, bringing home two gold medals.

 

Navy has escorted 2,000 commercial vessels in free waters

Commander of 32nd fleet of Iran’s Navy in open seas said on Saturday that its forces have so far escorted 2,000 commercial vessels and oil tankers in free waters.

 

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