Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Iran-Japan Relations

Iran eyes Japan help for bullet trains

The deputy transportation minister has said that given Japan's experience in launching high-speed trains, Tehran is interested in cooperation with Tokyo.

Official invites Japanese banks to launch branches in Iran

Iran’s free trade zones are appropriate for the establishment of branches of Japanese banks and insurance companies, said Afkhamirad in a meeting with a top Japanese delegation.

Iran, Japan call for using capacity of nuclear deal

The head of the Central Bank of Iran has welcomed more Japanese investment in Iran, saying that obstacles should be removed promptly.

Iran welcomes promotion of ties with Japan: Rouhani

The Iranian president has said in a meeting with the Japanese premier that poverty and lack of development are the key roots of terrorism in the region.

Iran, Japan sign MoU on health cooperation

Under the MoU, Tehran and Tokyo will cooperate in areas such as treatment, education, health, medicines, and research.

Tokyo’s banking channels at Tehran’s disposal

Seyyed Abbas Araghchi, a deputy Iranian foreign minister, talks about Tehran-Tokyo ties in the wake of the Geneva interim deal.

Iran’s oil industry needs $200 b. in investment: Minister

The Iranian oil minister says countries that hold talks with Iran before the lifting of sanctions will have an edge over others that wait until after the sanctions are removed.

Iran, Japan Confer on Ways to Broaden Ties

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Japanese Deputy Foreign Minister Nobuo Kishi in a meeting in Tehran discussed different avenues for the further expansion of relations and cooperation between the two Asian states.

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