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An Iranian official says cultural diplomacy can pave the way for promotion of ties between the Iranian and Azerbaijani nations.
President of Azerbaijan hailed the considerable promotion of Tehran-Baku ties in the past four years, and called for enhanced regional cooperation between the two neighbouring states.
In a congratulatory message to his Azeri counterpart on the Caucasian country’s national day, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani hailed the ample opportunities available for the expansion of ties between Tehran and Baku.
A number of world leaders have sent congratulatory messages to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, felicitating him on being re-elected as the country’s president in the Friday’s election.
Azerbaijan officially launched a rail link with Iran on Sunday by sending a train across the border to Iran’s northern city of Astara thus taking an ambitious multimodal transport project that connects northern Europe to India closer to reality.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says enemies are irked by close relations between Iran and Azerbaijan, warning of the Israeli regime’s efforts to undermine the two countries' mutual ties.
Ilham Aliyev, the President of Azerbaijan, arrived in Tehran on Sunday and was officially welcomed by his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani.
The official website of Baku 2017 Islamic Games had wrongly referred to Azerbaijan Republic as the origin of Iran’s ancient Zurkhaneh sport, but it later corrected the mistake.
Iran and Azerbaijan will establish a joint pharmaceutical plant in a ceremony due to be held on Monday.
A direct passenger train service has been launched between Iran’s northeastern city of Mashhad and Azerbaijan’s landlocked region of Nakhchivan, a report said.
A former Iranian lawmaker says the Israeli regime is promoting separatism in the name of the World Azerbaijanis Congress (WAC).
Benjamin Netanyahu’s recent visit to Azerbaijan Republic, a northern neighbour of Iran, and the signing of a military deal between Tel Aviv and Baku, has turned to a source of concern for Tehran.
Iran’s Minister of Communications Mahmoud Vaezi said the time is ripe for mutual cooperation between the two countries in the fields of e-commerce and financial post services.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and the President of Azerbaijan Republic Ilham Aliyev will hold a trilateral meeting in Baku on August 8 to confer on various issues including the expansion of defence and security cooperation.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined that cooperation and security will mark regional and global future, adding that Iran believes in working with its neighbors at different levels.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has urged Azerbaijan and Armenia to exercise restraint in dealing with the current conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh, saying Tehran wants peace and stability restored to the region.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says promotion of Islam will act as a countermeasure to divisive plots by Takfiri groups.
Iran says following close consultation between Iranian and Azeri officials, a more suitable condition has been created for Azeris to respect Islamic ceremonies as well as the sanctity of religious sites in Azerbaijan.
Termination of sanctions after the conclusion of a nuclear deal between Iran and P5+1 has prepared the ground for expansion of economic cooperation between the two countries, said Tayyebnia.
Iran seeks a peaceful solution to end the dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh region in line with international law, said Zarif.
The Iranian president’s chief of staff says during President Rouhani’s Baku visit agreements which were in the making for months were finalized.
The Iranian and Azerbaijani presidents have emphasized the need for the further enhancement of Tehran-Baku relations in different domains, particularly in the energy sector.