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Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says the Islamic Republic and Hungary can enjoy peaceful nuclear cooperation.
Austria says it plans to establish several banks in Iran in what could make it the first European country to take the initiative to facilitate post-sanctions trade activities with the Islamic Republic.
The United Nations (UN)’s Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura has traveled to the Iranian capital, Tehran, to discuss the ongoing Syrian conflict with Iranian Foreign Ministry officials.
A British foreign office spokeswomen underlined her country’s commitment to the last year nuclear deal with Iran, and said London will continue working with its partners to ensure implementation of the agreement during the presidency of Donald Trump.
Iran says the election of Donald Trump as the new president of the United States will have no impacts on its industrial deals that it has sealed with global corporations.
Iran will reciprocate violation of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action by US, Secretary of Iran’s Expediency Council Mohsen Rezaei said.
Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani and visiting Speaker of the National Assembly of Hungary Laszlo Kover reviewed possible avenues for fostering parliamentary relations here on Saturday.
Chinese Minister of National Defense General Chang Wanquan will travel to Iran on Sunday for an official visit.
Iranian iron ore exports shot up by 54% year-on-year to 8.46 million metric tons during the first half of the Iranian year, to September 21, despite the Iranian government’s policy to halt exports of raw materials.