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Committee Considering Ways to Reclaim Iran’s Assets Seized by US

Iran’s administration has set up a committee to take a series of legal and political measures to restore the Central Bank of Iran’s assets, seized by Washington according to a US court order, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said Monday.

Iran and Ivory Coast Discuss Medical and Health Ties

Iranian and Ivorian officials in a meeting in Abidjan on Sunday conferred on ways to further broaden relations between the two countries in medical, health and hygiene fields.

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.

South Korean President in Iran for Official Visit

South Korean President Park Geun-hye who arrived in Iran on Sunday for a three-day visit, met Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Monday morning after an official welcome ceremony at Sa'd Abad Palace.

Sharif University to Expand Cooperation with Iraq and Afghanistan

Chancellor of Sharif University of Technology Mahmoud Fotouhi Firouzabad announced the university’s plans to expand cooperation with Iraq and Afghanistan.

Indian PM Modi to Visit Iran in Late May

According to Indian media, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to make a visit to Iran later this month to expand ties with the country, particularly in the energy sector.

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.

Park Guen-hye Hopes for New Chapter Between Seoul and Tehran

South Korea’s president arrives in Tehran today on a three-day visit aimed at boosting mutual ties, becoming the first South Korean president to visit...

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