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Belgium Centre for Fine Arts to Pay Tribute to Abbas Kiarostami

The Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels, plans to commemorate the late legendary Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami by screening a number of his movies.

Iranian, Belgian FMs Call for Enhanced Bilateral Ties

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Belgian counterpart Didier Reynders have discussed issues of mutual interest in a meeting in Brussels.
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Iran FM to Visit Moscow, Brussels

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is set to visit the Russian and Belgian capitals on Wednesday and Thursday.
Iran President Calls on Europe to Press US for Nuclear Deal Commitment

Iran President Calls on Europe to Press US for Nuclear Deal Commitment

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called on the European Union to remain fully committed to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and also compel the US to live up to its commitments under the nuclear agreement by sending a “decisive message.”

Iran Ready for All-Out Cooperation with EU

Iran’s Hassan Rouhani has said Iran’s nuclear deal with the West provided a precedent which demonstrates that global issues can be addressed thorough dialogue.
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Iran’s FM says document on redesigning Arak Reactor ready

How to sign the document on redesigning Arak Reactor has yet to be agreed on, since all foreign ministers will not take part in upcoming Vienna talks, Foreign Minister Zarif said.
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Terrorism will spill beyond Mideast if not confronted: Rouhani

Iran can serve as a center to expand economic ties between Belgium and the EU with the entire region and a timely use of the opportunity will be beneficial to nations,” President Rouhani said.
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Terrorism, extremism more dangerous than Ebola: Rouhani

President Rouhani likens terrorism and extremism to diseases which are more dangerous than Ebola.

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