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EU parliament president: EU waiting for implementation of N. deal to develop economic cooperation with Iran
President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz underlined that members of the EU are counting the seconds for the establishment of strong economic relations and cooperation with Iran after the implementation of the country’s nuclear agreement with the world powers.
South Africa’s Deputy President, Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa, heading an eco-political delegation arrived at Imam Khomeini International Airport on Saturday morning.
Turkey has asked for more Iranian gas to be able to cope with the unprecedented harsh winter conditions, an Iranian official said.
South Korean Foreign Minister, Yun Byung-se, arrived in Tehran on Saturday moring in a trip which is the first by a South Korean foreign minister in 14 years.
Visiting President of the European Parliament (EP) Martin Schultz said here on Saturday that Iran plays a pivotal role in regional developments.
A senior Iranian judiciary official highlighted the continued hostilities toward the Islamic Republic by certain Western states, including the US, saying that they can never win Iran’s confidence.
Iran has signed preliminary agreements with Korean, German and Chinese shipbuilders to construct high-tech LNG tankers as the country pushes to join the club of liquefied natural gas exporters.
Justin Trudeau, the leader of the Liberal Party, was sworn in as prime minister of Canada on Wednesday morning, ending nearly a decade of Conservative dominance.
Iran and Brazil have agreed to set up a Joint Oil Committee to expand bilateral cooperation as new round of negotiations with Petrobras started discussing deepwater exploration and drilling, said managing director of the Khazar Exploration and Production Company (KEPCO).
President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz on Saturday met with the chancellor of the University of Tehran here in the Iranian capital.