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The top diplomats of Italy, Bulgaria, Austria and Spain in separate phone talks with Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif have thrown their weight behind the JCPOA.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will probably visit Switzerland and Austria from July 1 to 6, an informed source told Iranian media on Sunday.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman says the country has urged the Austrian government to pay more attention to protecting diplomatic buildings, particularly after the recent attack on the residence of Iran’s ambassador in Vienna.
An assailant was killed by security forces after attacking the residence of the Iranian ambassador in the Austrian capital, Vienna.
Austria says it is prepared to provide finance for the development of mountain tourism in Iran given its great capacity to attract foreign tourists.
Austrian banks are to bankroll the project of building the first nuclear hospital in the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has attended Vienna Tourism Exhibition (Ferien Messe Wien) for the third consecutive year held in the Austrian capital on January 11 and 12.
A senior official with University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna has expressed the hope that Iran and Austria would expand their cooperation in the field of music.
Austria's Deputy Foreign Minister Michael Linhar and Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif discussed issues of mutual interest in a meeting in Tehran.
Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz, who is expected to become the European country's chancellor, has reaffirmed Vienna’s support for a nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers (known as JCPOA).