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Iran Slams France for ‘Irresponsible’ Missile Claims

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has criticized his French counterpart’s remarks about Iran’s missile program, urging Paris not to repeat the incorrect claims of those opposed to the Iran nuclear deal.

France Stops Oil Imports from Iran

France as one of the signatories to the nuclear deal, which had promised to protect Iran's foreign trade against US sanctions along with two European countries of Germany and the UK, has stopped oil imports from Iran in September before oil sanctions come into force.

Book of Hours of Louis XII to Be Unveiled in Tehran on Christmas

The library of the Museum of Niavaran is going to unveil the Book of Hours of Louis XII on the occasion of Christmas.

Yellow Vests Inspired by Iran’s 1979 Revolution: French Protester

A French yellow vest protester says they have been inspired by the 1979 Islamic Revolution of Iran.

Louvre Museum Urges Rediscovery of Qajar Art

Yannick Lintz, the director of Islamic Art at the Louvre Museum, has hailed the unique features of Persian art during the Qajar era, highlighting the need for conducting further research to rediscover Persian artworks created in the nineteenth century.

‘Iran Has No Plan to Have Missiles Capable of Carrying Nuclear Warheads’

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has rejected the “groundless” concerns raised by certain Western countries about Iran’s missile program, saying the country has no plan to have missiles that are capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
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Iran Calls on Paris to Show Restraint in Handling Protests

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi called on the French government and police to exercise restraint in dealing with nationwide protests in the European country.

French Graphic Artist Holds Exhibition in Memory of Iranian Maestro

A collection of posters and type designs by French graphic designer Thomas Huot-Marchand are on display at the Iranian Artists Forum in memory of the late Morteza Momayyez, the father of graphic arts in Iran.

‘France, Germany Step in to Bypass US Bans by Hosting SPV’

France and Germany will likely host the Special Vehicle Purpose (SPV), a special payment channel created by Europe as part of its efforts to keep trade flowing with Iran in defiance of US sanctions, senior diplomats told the Wall Street Journal.

Europe’s Iran Payment Mechanism Faces ‘Unforeseen Difficulties’

Political Director of the French Foreign Ministry Nicolas de Riviere says Paris, London, and Berlin are working to overcome ‘unforeseen difficulties’ that have hindered the implementation of the Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV), the European payment mechanism aimed at facilitating trade with Iran.

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