Iran’s Leader has allowed the government to withdraw $4 billion from the National Development Fund to address a range of issues including the dust pollution engulfing the country’s southwestern provinces, a lawmaker said.
Official statistics show Iran has exported over 160 tonnes of saffron worth over $219 million to 56 countries during the past nine months.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Speaker of the Senegalese Parliament Moustapha Niasse have called for expansion of bilateral ties, particularly in the field of agriculture.
Traditional sugar producing, which is based on planting and harvesting sugar canes and processing them to produce sugar, is among professions that are fading away in Iran.
The European Union's Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development Phil Hogan says the EU is determined to expand its ties with Iran in all fields, particularly agriculture and food products.
A 70-strong European Union delegation comprising Europe’s senior officials and economic activists are due in Iran on Saturday, November 11. According to a Farsi report...
Head of Iran’s Agricultural Mechanization Centre says the Islamic Republic has taken long steps to mechanize its mostly traditional agriculture.
Uganda’s Foreign Minister Sam Kutesa has called on Iranian manufacturers to produce agricultural machinery in the African state and export their products from there.
Iran’s South Khorasan province annually hosts numerous foreign tourists during the season when saffron and barberry are harvested.
Iran has exported 31,000 tonnes of quality durum wheat to Italy for the first time, in another sign that the country’s food security drive is on target.