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Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Ali Shamkhani called on the Indian government to show restraint regarding the current crisis in Kashmir.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed deep concerns over the spread of terrorism across the world and called for joint efforts between Tehran and New Delhi to fight against the inauspicious phenomenon.
Iran, India and Afghanistan inked a trilateral agreement on establishing an international transit corridor, passing through Iran’s south-eastern port city of Chabahar.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says combating terrorism must be assigned to Muslim states, expressing regret that terrorist activities are wrongly attributed to Islam.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in the Iranian capital Tehran at the head of a large delegation to boost economic and political ties with Tehran.
According to a report carried by the Business Standard, Indian refiners cleared part of their $6.5 billion debt to Iran in euros through Turkey's...
Indian officials are reportedly trying to repay their oil debts to Iran before an upcoming visit by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Tehran, which is due to take place on May 22.
The Indian oil minister said the South Asian country is scheduled to pay an outstanding oil debt to Tehran via European banks.
The Indian government is reportedly determined to seal a deal with Tehran on laying a direct undersea gas pipeline from Iran to India.
The Indians are willing to cooperate with the Islamic Republic in the development of Chabahar port in southern Iran and the construction of a rail network to connect India to Central Asia.
Iran is ready to provide humanitarian and relief assistance for the quake-stricken areas, Afkham said.
Iran does not accept comments that “Enemy of your enemy is your friend”, and has many times said that it is not going to support extremism under any condition, said Bahrami.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has called for the further enhancement of cooperation between the Islamic Republic and India, particularly in countering threats posed by terrorism.
The international community should not just observe the [nuclear] talks,” Zarif said in a meeting with the Indian foreign secretary.