Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Europe

Tehran and Berlin Reach New Agreements on Water Management

Iranian and German officials have reached an understanding for joint cooperation in the water supply and sanitation sector.

Farhadi’s Newest Movie Poster Unveiled at Cannes Festival

Iran’s famous director Asghar Farhadi's film The Salesman has been selected to compete for the Palme d'Or at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.

Iran-Germany Joint Venture Should Become Operational

Iran’s Minister of Industry called for the two sides’ industrial joint venture to enter the operational phase in a meeting with German Deputy Economy Minister Uwe Beckmeyer.

3rd Europe-Iran Forum Opens in Zurich

The 3rd Europe-Iran Forum opened on Tuesday May 3 in Zurich, Switzerland. The 2-day event offers a new and innovative program designed to balance high-level networking opportunities with panels and industry-focused workshops of real practical value.

Iran Keen to Boost Cooperation with Iceland in New Tech, Clean Energy: Rouhani

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani voiced Tehran’s willingness to further boost its cooperation with Iceland in economic fields, renewable energy and new technologies in particular.

Iran and Switzerland Hold Financial Talks in Bern

Iran and Switzerland held a first round of financial talks in Bern and explored grounds for cooperation by presenting reports on their respective financial and banking activities and monitoring systems.

Iran Eyes Closer Ties with Ukraine and Montenegro

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani expressed the country’s willingness to enhance relations with Ukraine and Montenegro in light of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), a lasting nuclear deal that has lifted international sanctions on Iran.

Iran and France Hold Political Discussions

Diplomats from the Foreign Ministries of Iran and France held the first round of political talks in Tehran, in line with a memorandum of understanding that the two countries signed during Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s visit to Paris back in January.

Ireland Plans to Re-Establish Embassy in Tehran

The Irish government is considering reopening its embassy in Tehran in a bid to expand trade relations with the Middle East’s second-largest economy.

Ambassador: France Resolved to Fulfill JCPOA Commitments

France's new Ambassador to Iran, François Sénémaud, in a May 1 meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined his country's resolve to fulfill its commitments under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as the nuclear deal.

Gergiev, Top International Conductor, Invites Rahbari to Conduct St. Petersburg Orchestra

As reported by Tasnim, and translated by IFP, Valery Gergiev, the world-renowned conductor who is directly supported by Vladimir Putin, officially invited Ali Rahbari...

German Firms Dissatisfied with Merkel’s Stance on Iran

German businesspeople seem to be dissatisfied with German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s hard line on Iran because of Tehran’s anti-Israel stances, and expect Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel to enhance mutual cooperation with Iran in his Monday visit.

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.

Tehran, Moscow in Talks to Boost Energy Cooperation: Iranian Envoy

Iran’s Ambassador to Russia Mehdi Sanaei said Tehran and Moscow are in negotiations to promote mutual cooperation in the field of energy, and other areas.

Italian Professor: Malek Manuscript Collection is Valuable and Peerless

Amos Bertolacci from Scuola Normale Superiore University visited the Malek National Library and Museum, and studied the oldest version of Shifa’, the immortal work of Avicenna.

Britain-Iran Chamber of Commerce: Serious Negotiation with Banks to Ease Work with Iran

The chairperson of the Britain-Iran Chamber of Commerce said currently banking issues are the main problem in engagement with Iran, so in Britain there is serious negotiation for resolving the problem.

German Vice Chancellor Due in Tehran Next Week

German Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel is scheduled to visit Tehran on May 2 to attend the Iran-Germany Joint Economic Commission meeting.

Iran Artists Forum signs MoU with Austrian counterpart

Iran Artists Forum signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Austrian House of Artists in a bid to promote cultural and artistic cooperation at the international level.

Iranian Speaker Hails Constructive Talks with Belgian MPs

Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani on Wednesday hailed as “very constructive and positive” the talks he had with a high-ranking parliamentary delegation from Belgium.

Impact of Iran-EU Ties on Saudi Arabia’s Behaviour towards Tehran

Mehdi Zakerian, an Iranian academic, believes that Iran’s improved ties with the European Union can have an impact on the country’s ties with other regional states, particularly Saudi Arabia.

Iran Ready to Transfer Anti-Terror Expertise: Rouhani

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says Tehran has valuable experience in fighting terrorism and is ready to transfer it to other countries.

Iran and France Hold Cultural Soiree in Shiraz

Iran and France held a cultural night in the historical city of Shiraz on the night of Apr 24.

On the Strong US Opposition to Brexit: Playing the UK Card in the EU

The United States insists that the United Kingdom should stay in the European Union. US President Barack Obama recently visited the country right after...

Portugal to Open Commercial & Investment Bureau in Tehran

A trade delegation from Portugal came to Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines & Agriculture (TCCIMA) to explore the situation for business and investment with their Iranian counterparts.

Belgian Parliamentary Delegation Due in Tehran Wednesday

A high-ranking parliamentary delegation from Belgium is scheduled to visit Tehran this week for talks on bilateral ties.

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