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Iran, Italy Sign €5 Billion Investment Deal

Iran, Italy Sign €5 Billion Investment Deal

Tehran and Rome on Thursday signed a framework credit agreement worth five billion euros whereby Italy will help its companies invest in Iran.

Italy’s Ex-PM Calls for Enhanced Iran-EU Ties

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and former Italian Prime Minister Massimo D'Alema have discussed issues of mutual interest in a Monday meeting in Tehran.  

Italian Jazz Genius to Give Concert in Iran

Italian genius Jazz musician Francesco Cafiso will give a concert in Tehran on January 19 as part of the 33rd International Fajr Music Festival.
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Italy Hosts Seminar on Iranian Handicrafts 

A seminar to study Iranian handicrafts was held in the Italian city of Milan with the aim of introducing Iran’s ancient heritage to the world.

Iran’s Regional Influence Result of Making Right Choices: FM

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says the Islamic Republic’s growing influence in the region is because it has refused to support terrorist groups and made right choices.

Iran’s Parliament Supports Boosting Economic Ties with Italy

An Iranian lawmaker says Parliament's support for private sector activities in the domestic and international arena can be a significant point for the development of Iran-Italy relations.
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Iran FM Zarif to Visit Italy, Azerbaijan

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will pay official visits to the Italian capital of Rome and Azerbaijani capital of Baku later this week.
Iran, Italy to Enhance Cooperation in Culture, Art

Iran, Italy to Enhance Cooperation in Culture, Art

Iranian and Italian officials have highlighted the necessity of working closer together in the fields of culture and art.

Condolences Pour in for Iran Deadly Earthquake

Heads of several states and other high-ranking officials from all around the globe have sent messages of condolences to Iran over the Sunday night’s deadly quake which has so far killed over 380 people and wounded nearly 6,000.
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Iranian Writers Invited to Visit Italy

The Italian Writers’ Association has invited Iranian writers to visit the country and write new stories or complete their unfinished works there.

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