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Iran’s foreign minister says the Islamic countries will follow up on the decision to boycott the Danish and Swedish goods following the continued desecration of Islamic sanctities in the two European countries.
The Swedish and Danish chargés d'affaires in Tehran were called to the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in protest at the repeated desecration of the Holy Quran.
Following the desecration of the Holy Quran in Copenhagen, Danish Ambassador to Tehran Jasper Vahr was summoned to the Iranian Foreign Ministry on Saturday.
A Danish citizen, recently released by Tehran in a prisoner swap, has stated that he was treated "like a guest" throughout his imprisonment in Iran.
Iran’s top human rights official has confirmed the release of two Iranian-Austrian nationals and a Danish citizen, who were serving prison terms in Iran for security-related crimes, on “humanitarian grounds.”
Iran has released one Danish and two Austrian citizens, the European countries confirmed Friday, thanking Oman and Belgium for their help.
The spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry says the attack on Tehran’s Embassy in Denmark was not the first of its kind, and other Iranian diplomatic missions in European countries have been violently assaulted recently.
Denmark’s ambassador to Tehran was summoned to the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs following an attack by an assailant armed with a cold weapon against Iran’s Embassy in Copenhagen.
Iran’s top human rights official has written a letter of protest to Denmark’s immigration minister over the brutal mistreatment of a female Iranian asylum seeker at the hands of the European country’s immigration police.
Iran’s ambassador to Copenhagen has protested to Denmark’s foreign ministry after the Danish police harshly treated and insulted an Iranian woman in the country.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian, in a meeting with his Danish counterpart, said the presence of some of terrorist elements in Denmark is unacceptable.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Seyyed Abbas Araqchi has expressed Iran's opposition to any foreign military presence in the Persian Gulf region, including the presence of European forces.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has lauded the establishment of a joint medical centre with Denmark amid the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic, calling for closer cooperation between the two countries in various fields.
The Danish and Dutch governments have summoned the Saudi ambassadors to Copenhagen and Stockholm, respectively, in order to express their official protest after arresting and charging four terrorists for spying on behalf of the kingdom in the two European states.
Iran’s new ambassadors to Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Belarus, Armenia, Serbia, South Africa, Nigeria, Kyrgyzstan, Sri Lanka, Mauritania and Croatia met with President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday before starting their missions.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has held talks with his Danish and Estonian counterparts on issues of bilateral interest, especially Europe’s inaction over the 2015 nuclear deal (officially known as JCPOA).
A Danish archaeologist says Europeans need to know more about Iran, as ancient sites in Iran symbolize some of the most significant turning points in history.
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.
Danish Ambassador to Tehran Danny Annan will return to Iran on Wednesday and get back to work one month after being recalled by his government over an assassination plot blamed on Iran, an Iranian diplomat said.
Denmark says it has arrested three people for praising those behind a September terror attack in the southwestern Iranian city of Ahvaz that killed at least 25, including a four-year-old boy.
Iran’s Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alawi rejected the allegation raised by Denmark that Tehran has plotted an assassination attempt in the European country as an Israeli plot aimed at undermining the Islamic Republic’s ties with the European Union.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi says the Islamic Republic has expressed its preparedness for all-out cooperation with Norway, Sweden, and Denmark to find the truth behind the recent assassination plots falsely blamed on Iran.
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