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Austrian Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz, who is expected to become the European country's chancellor, has reaffirmed Vienna’s support for a nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers (known as JCPOA).
Iranian foreign ministry spokesman has hailed the results of Austria's parliamentary elections and the victory of People's Party led by incumbent Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Monday held separate meetings with a number of world leaders including his French counterpart and the UN Secretary-General on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York.
A member of an Austrian technology institute says her country is willing to start technological cooperation with Iran.
Austria says it has allocated a credit line of €1 billion for a major steel production project in southern Iran.
Iranian attaché in Austria announced that a Latin version of Kitab Al-Mansuri, a medical book by Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi, the famous Iranian polymath of Middle Age, has been discovered in the European country’s National Library.
The Iranian minister expressed hope that in view of the available grounds for cooperation between the two countries, the goal would be realized in the near future.
Rafsanjani told the Austrian president that Iran and P5+1 should prevent domestic and foreign hardliners from meddling in the deal and should remain committed to their pledges.
Ali Larijani expressed hope that the Tehran visit by the Austrian president would be a turning point in bilateral relations between Tehran and Vienna.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei describes as "unwise and unjustifiable" some European states' adoption of hostile US policies against Iran.
Iran says it plans to use the help of Austrian energy giant OMV to increase production at its oil and gas reservoirs.
President Heinz Fischer has said in an opinion piece that the number of Austrian tourists visiting Iran is expected to increase dramatically in the years to come.
The Islamic Republic of Iran's priority in its ties with Europe is long-term, sustainable, mutual cooperation, said Nematzadeh in his meeting with the Austrian president.
Austria’s Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz as well as Vice Chancellor and Economy Minister Reinhold Mitterlehner will accompany Fisher in his trip to Tehran.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has thanked Vienna for hosting nuclear talks between Iran and P5+1.
He also criticized the U.N. indifferent and passive approach vis-à-vis the deterioration of humanitarian situation in Yemen.
Appeals by Hamid Khazaei, who was suffering from septicemia, for medical attention had fallen on deaf ears for days.
A joint Symphony Orchestra of Iranian and Austrian musicians is slated to present programs in the Iranian capital city of Tehran.
Secretary of Iran’s Human Rights Council Mohammad Javad Larijani lashed out at the European countries for their double-standard policies in campaign against drugs and terrorism, and called for their seriousness in fighting the two ominous phenomena.