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South Korean companies will be able to trade with their Iranian counterparts in the euro currency instead of the local won from as early as September, a report said.
A senior Iranian lawmaker announced here that Iran is still ready to send military aid to Lebanon’s Army to fight against Zionists and Takfiri terrorists.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Monday that the Iranian people have not seen any benefit from the nuclear deal with world powers, state media reported.
Italian oil refiner Saras has paid back 100 million euros ($112 million) of the debt it owes Iran for cargoes of crude oil taken before sanctions were imposed on the country in 2012, the company’s managing director said on Monday.
Foreign investors continue to flock to the budding renewable energy market in Iran following a thaw in international relations with the Middle East country.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Majid Takht Ravanchi called on the different countries and international bodies to help trace money-laundering moves made in support of the terrorist groups financially.
Iranian diplomat, Amir-Abdollahian, reacted to the latest news of Palestine’s Mahmoud Abbas meeting with the head of currently-defunct terrorist group of Maryam Rajavi.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi said attack on diplomatic sites is an unlawful and immoral act.
An Iranian lawmaker says the country may launch an advanced enrichment program in case Washington continues to ignore its commitments under last year’s nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries, including the United States.
Moscow and Tehran are considering the possibility of bilateral military exercises and exchange of observers, local media reported on Tuesday.