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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin have discussed expansion of business ties between the two states in a range of fields, particularly in the energy sector, despite Washington's unilateral sanctions.
An email has been sent to many Iranian economic players and brands asking them to pay for an annual celebration marking the 93rd birthday of the British Queen Elizabeth II in Tehran through a certain channel.
Iran’s ambassador to London denied a report about closure of the British Iranian Chamber of Commerce, saying the chamber is doing its activities normally and has only morphed into a “virtual and digital” establishment due to rising rents in London.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says he is putting forward a "proposal" during his ongoing trip to Islamabad for connecting Pakistan's Gwadar port to its "complementary" port Chabahar in southeastern Iran.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the Chabahar Port in southeastern Iran, which is being developed by Indian investors, is a symbol of cooperation between Tehran and New Delhi.
A conference on investment in, and the development of the Iranian port city of Chabahar was recently held in Iran, bringing together investors and authorities from 35 countries.
Despite sanctions imposed on and restrictions created for Iran's economy, arrangements for membership of the Islamic Republic in the Eurasian Economic Union have been made, said Iran's Energy Minister.
At least six million foreign tourists have visited Iran in the first nine months of the current Persian year, said Ali-Asghar Mounesan, the head of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHTO), predicting that the figure would increase to 7 million by the year-end.
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.
Iran’s deputy oil minister says every day 5 or 6 purchasers send their request to buy oil from Iran, but the names will not be revealed as the enemies may misuse that information.