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Poland Pays Tribute to Iranians for WWII Hospitality

In an annual ceremony in the Polish capital Warsaw, the Polish paid homage to the Iranian nation for their warm hospitality offered to a great number of Polish refugees who had fled their country, sheltering in Iran during the World War II.

Iran May Pull Out of JCPOA If Europe Sets Conditions for INSTEX

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called on the European Union to meet its obligations under the 2015 nuclear deal, saying if the EU wants to set preconditions for the implementation of their commitments, Iran may walk away from the deal.

Iran Censures EU’s ‘Non-Constructive’ Statement

The Iranian foreign ministry on Tuesday rejected the European Union’s criticisms of its missile program and human rights conditions, describing the bloc’s positions as non-constructive and unhelpful.

Iran Not to Accept E3’s ‘Humiliating’ Conditions on INSTEX

Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani has censured what he called the E3’s conditions for implementing a financial mechanism to protect Iran-EU trade, saying Iran won’t accept the bloc’s “humiliating” conditions.

Iran’s Araqchi in Paris to Hold High-Level Iran-France Talks

Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi has flown to Paris to attend the sixth round of political talks between Iran and France.

‘Anti-Iran Poland Conference Sign of US Failure in Mideast’

Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says the US move to organize an anti-Iran conference in the Polish capital Warsaw testifies to Washington’s failure in the region, as the country wouldn’t need to hype up such a conference if it had achieved its goals in the region.

Iran Welcomes Implementation of Europe’s Financial Mechanism

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi says Tehran welcomes the EU’s announcement of its special financial mechanism for trade with Iran, but considers it as a first step that should be followed by quicker implementation of other commitments.

EU Announces Special Mechanism for Trade with Iran

The European Union has announced a long overdue special mechanism, called INSTEX (Instrument for Supporting Trade Exchanges), aimed at facilitating trade with the Islamic Republic of Iran in the face of the US sanctions.

Sofia Seeks to Promote All-Out Cooperation with Tehran

Bulgarian President’s Secretary for Foreign Policy Dimitar Arnaudov has expressed his country’s resolve to enhance its all-out relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
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Iran Calls on Europe to Pay Blood Money for WWl Casualties

Iran’s chief of staff of armed forces has called on Europe to pay long overdue blood money for crimes against the Iranian nation during the World War l, in a signal of intensifying tensions between Iran and Europe over the fate of the JCPOA.

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