President Hassan Rouhani officially welcomed his visiting South African counterpart Jacob Zuma in Tehran on Sunday.
Construction companies from South Korea plan to sign contracts with Iran on a series of big development projects during an upcoming visit to the Islamic Republic by the president of the East Asian nation, South Korean industry officials said on Saturday.
Is it possible to give over all the fighter jets of the world to such humanitarian bodies as the Red Cross and Red Crescent societies and stop killing people for a few years? Or is it just a dream?
Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir Abdollahian says today Chinese, Indian and Turkish companies are turning into big economic and trade players in South Africa which further underlines the need for targeted and efficient planning of Iran’s private sector in the South African market and investment of that country in Iran.
British director Martin Radich whose “Norfolk” went on screen on the opening day of the 34th Fajr International Film Festival, says the movie, produced under a tight budget, is considerably different from the script.
A high-ranking oil industry official said that Iran and Canada are to cooperate on building equipment related to oil industry surface facilities.
Tehran signed a deal with an American company to export its excess heavy water supplies to the US, Abbas Araqchi, the head of Iran's Foreign Ministry Headquarters for Monitoring the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), said on Friday 22 April.
Secretary of State John Kerry before meeting Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Friday said US has no objection does not stand in the way of foreign banks engaging with Iranian banks and companies.
Payamema: London’s Christie’s auction house is set to auction three valuable carpets from Kerman. In the past few years, Sotheby’s has sold various Persian artefacts, the most famous of which was a carpet from Kerman for a price of $33.8m.
An American university professor said the abrogation of a lasting nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers by a potential Republican winner of the next US presidential election would damage other countries’ trust in the US.