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Iran, Mauritania to Promote Bilateral Ties in All Fields

Iran, Mauritania to Promote Bilateral Ties in All Fields

Iranian foreign minister and Mauritanian president in a meeting on Monday explored avenues for enhancing mutual cooperation between the two states.
Iran, South Africa Call for Expansion of Banking Ties

Iran, South Africa Call for Expansion of Banking Ties

Iran’s foreign minister and South Africa’s National Assembly speaker have discussed expansion of bilateral ties, particularly in banking sector.
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Iran Supports Nigeria’s Plan to Restructure Its Economy: Zarif

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who is in the Nigerian capital of Abuja, voiced Tehran’s preparedness to help the west African nation in its fight against terrorism as well as its efforts to improve its economic structure.

Africa A Foreign Policy Priority for Iran

Iran’s Hassan Rouhani received the Togolese and Bangladeshi ambassadors to Tehran.
Tehran Ready to Boost Economic Cooperation with Nouakchott

Tehran Ready to Boost Economic Cooperation with Nouakchott

Iranian foreign minister and his Mauritanian counterpart in a meeting on Monday conferred on ways to promote cooperation between the two countries.
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Iran, South Africa keen for closer economic ties

Tehran is willing to expand economic relations with Pretoria and the ties should develop with a good momentum, said the president in a meeting with Nkoana-Mashabane.
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Iran FM Leaves South Africa for Uganda

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has left the South African capital of Pretoria for Uganda's capital of Kampala at the head of a high-ranking political and business delegation.
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Iranian Descendants in Tanzanian Town

The inhabitants of “Kaole”, a small town in Tanzania, insist that they are descendants of Iranian Balochi soldiers who came to the region in 18th century.

Syrians, Not Others, Should Decide for Syria’s Future: Leader

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei blamed hegemonic powers, the US in particular, for the sufferings of the people of Syria, and reiterated that the Arab country’s fate cannot be decided by non-Syrian sides.

Iran Opening Petrochemical Offices in Africa

Head of Marketing Department at Amir Kabir Petrochemical Company Diako Abbasi said plans are underway to open new petrochemical offices in Africa.

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