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India to Consolidate Ties with Iranian Private Sector

After negotiation with their Iranian counterparts, the Indian Oil & Gas Minister, accompanied by representatives of 25 Indian companies, came to Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines & Agriculture (TCCIMA), and talked with leaders from Iran's private sector.

Envoy: Iran, Kazakhstan to Finalize 35 Cooperation Deals

Iran’s Ambassador to Astana Mojtaba Damirchilou said Iran and Kazakhstan are set to finalize cooperation agreements in different fields during the official visit to Tehran by President Nursultan Nazarbayev.

Iran Mulls Joining Indian Refinery Projects to Guarantee Oil Sale

Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh says Tehran is interested to joint refinery projects in India in a bid to ensure sale of its crude oil in the Indian market.

Chabahar best choice for transit of goods to Afghanistan

An Afghan official said here on Sunday that the port of Chabahar in this southeastern province is the best route for export of Iranian goods to Afghanistan.

Iran, India sign oil, energy agreement

Iran and India have signed an agreement to boost oil and energy cooperation.

Iran Ready to Raise Oil Exports to India

Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh said Iran is prepared to increase its oil exports to Indian refineries with support from the Indian government after removal of sanctions on Iran.

Region’s Future One of Cooperation, Security: Iranian FM

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined that cooperation and security will mark regional and global future, adding that Iran believes in working with its neighbors at different levels.

Cultural, Scientific Ties Best Kind of Relationships: Afghan Official

Cultural, scientific and academic relations are the best kind of relationships, and can create unbreakable links between the peoples of Iran and Afghanistan, said the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Afghan government here Wednesday.

Taiwan Lifts Visa Restrictions for Iranian Applicants

The Taiwanese government announced it has lifted visa restrictions for Iranian applicants to travel to the Asian island. Furthermore, it will increase its oil purchases from Iran.

Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict to Serve Interests of Daesh: Academic

Rahmat Hajimineh, an Iranian university professor, believes that the ongoing conflict and tension in the Caucasus can prepare the grounds for such terrorist groups as Daesh (ISIL) to recruit new militants and continue their operations throughout the Middle East and beyond, because radical and extremist forces these days are taking advantage of instability in different parts of the world in a bid to survive and protect themselves.

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