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The famous Canadian food blogger and influencer, Trevor James, says Iran means the smell of colourful and delicious food whose videos can be shared with people around the world. “I think the taste of Iran is like sweet saffron.”
Iran’s Ministry of Justice has officially demanded an official apology from the Canadian government for its move to sell part of Iranian assets in Canada under the pretext of supporting terror victims.
An expert on international law says Canada’s move to sell Iranian-owned properties in the country was an attempt to curry favour with US President Donald Trump.
A senior member of the Iranian parliament has called for a decisive response to Canada’s sale of Iranian properties in Ottawa and Toronto, saying Canadian shipments crossing the Strait of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf should be confiscated in response to the move.
The spokesperson for Iran’s Guardian Council has denounced Canada’s move to impound and sell Iran’s assets as a blatant act of state-sponsored economic terrorism.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi has strongly denounced the illegal sale of Iran’s cultural buildings in Canada as per a court ruling, describing it as a blatant violation of the international law.
Canada has gifted some $30 million worth of Iranian assets to the victims of terrorist attacks in which Iran says has not been involved, Canadian media reported.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi says the "surprising" allegations levelled against Iran in a recent statement by the Canadian Department of Global Affairs were stimulated by the country's election campaigns.
Iran’s Attorney General has called on the Canadian judiciary and police to prevent their country from turning into a centre of frauds and a safe haven for embezzlers.
Members of the Iranian-Canadian community have signed a petition against two Iranian embezzlers who are now living in Canada after escaping justice in Iran.
Iran is dispatching skilled workers to Australia, Canada, Oman, Turkey and Denmark, and has established five support centres in these countries for the workforce, a top official said.
Two precious books by renowned Canadian photographer Roloff Beny were unveiled at the specialized library of Niavaran Palace-Museum Complex in northern Tehran.
Iran has condemned a United Nations resolution that accuses it of human rights violations, stressing that the measure's sponsors are playing a "political charade."
A new survey reveals that nearly 100 percent of Iranian diaspora in Canada maintain that Ottawa officials shouldn’t have taken part in the annual gathering of the Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO), an anti-Iran terrorist group, which was recently held in Paris.
An Iranian lawmaker says the Canadian government’s agreement with the motion to not restore relations with Iran is a “political show” which serves Washington’s goal of exerting pressure on Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has called on the Canadian government not to be overwhelmed by the anti-Iran propaganda and adopt an independent policy when it comes to its mutual relations with the Islamic Republic.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has censured the Canadian House of Commons’ vote against relations with Tehran, calling it an “unconstructive” move.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has expressed regret over the fatal crash of a bus involving Canadian junior hockey team.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has condemned Canada’s interference in internal affairs of Iran, saying that the meddlesome positions of the Canadian government on the recent developments in Iran are in contravention of its legal and international obligations.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has strongly denounced the Canadian police for killing an Iranian national.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Bahram Qassemi has dismissed as “invalid” and “unacceptable”the latest resolution passed by the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly against Iran’s human right srecord.
A senior Iranian diplomat has blasted Canada for proposing a “politically-motivated” UN resolution on the situation of human rights in Iran, while Ottawa, itself, has long been involved in a broad range of human rights abuses at home and elsewhere.