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The Brazilian agriculture minister has commended the excellent quality of Iranian saffron, praising it as outstanding and ambrosial.
Brazil minister says seeking balance in agricultural trade with Iran
Iran has asked Brazil to allow refueling of Iranian ships or have Tehran cancel imports worth about $2 billion a year from the Latin American country.
The Brazilian ambassador to Iran says the US’ anti-Iran sanctions are cowardly and, if necessary, Tehran can count on Brazil in this regard.
Iran’s Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says decisions by US President Donald Trump have made almost all countries in the world worried about the consequences.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has offered congratulations to the Brazilian nation and government for the successful holding of their presidential election.
A fire at Brazil’s 200-year-old national museum in early September resulted in incalculable losses and caused damages to thousands of invaluable ancient objects including the fossil of a dinosaur’s tooth discovered in Iran.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has sent his Brazilian counterpart Michel Temer a message regarding the Iran nuclear deal.
There is a city in south-western Iran whose football fans are quite different from all their compatriots. For these people, it is not the Iranian football team that they care most about, but it is the Brazilian team! The city is named Abadan.
Iran and Turkey have reached a preliminary agreement to repatriate about 700 Iranian inmates from Turkey, said Mahmoud Abbasi, a Deputy for Human Rights and International Affairs at the Iranian Ministry of Justice.
The first Brazilian tourist plane, chartered by Pasargad Tours Company, has landed in Iran’s Shiraz airport on Saturday.
The first meeting of the Iran-Brazil Joint Science and Technology Working Group was held during Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif’s trip to Brazil.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, at the end of his visit to Brasilia, held a meeting with Brazilian President Michel Temer before leaving the country for Montevideo.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Brazilian counterpart Aloysio Nunes have inked several documents of cooperation in the South American state’s capital.
Iran’s Foreign Minister says the lack of banking relations between Tehran and Brasilia is one of the major obstacles to the development of mutual ties, stressing that a solution must be found for the problem.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi says Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif’s ongoing visit to Africa and his later trips to South America are aimed at enhancing Tehran’s business relations with developing countries.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Sunday will begin his visits to several African and South American countries at the head of a politico-economic delegation.
A Brazilian football player who has finished a successful season in Iran’s professional football league has posted a message on his Instagram account to extend his sincere thanks to the Iranian football fans.
In separate meetings with new Brazilian and Kyrgyz ambassadors to Tehran, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani voiced the Islamic Republic’s preparedness to enhance its cooperation with the two states in all fields.
Talks between Brazil, Iran and India could result in the construction of an oil refinery and petrochemical plant in one of the South American nation’s poorest states.
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