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A court in Luxembourg has rejected the United States' request to transfer $1.6 billion in Iranian assets to victims of the September 11 attacks.
A joint investment agreement signed between Iran and Luxembourg amounts to a proper legal mechanism to counter the seizure of Iranian assets as ordered by US courts.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has hailed a Luxembourg court’s decision to reject the US government’s request to seize Iranian assets over 9/11 attacks, saying the “success” was achieved thanks to extensive efforts by various Iranian bodies.
Luxembourg's foreign minister, in a phone conversation with Iran’s Zarif, has announced his support for the Iran nuclear deal, saying the agreement should be preserved.
An Iranian MP says lawmakers have passed several bills that would facilitate economic cooperation between Iran and other countries.
Following news that Iran's assets in Luxembourg have been frozen by a court, a senior Iranian official said on Tuesday lawyers with the Central Bank of Iran are currently consulting Luxembourg lawyers "for us to be able to have access to the funds".
Iranian President highlighted the opportunities for enhanced cooperation between Iran and Europe, particularly Luxembourg, and stressed that Tehran can link Europe to the Indian...
A senior Iranian official says Western countries must make amends for their lost ground in the implementation of the landmark nuclear agreement signed between the Islamic Republic and six global powers in 2015.
A senior official with the Iran-Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Iralux) said Tehran and Luxembourg City plan to take measures to facilitate the issuance of visas for the two countries’ travelers.
He also criticized the stance taken by the US administration, saying, “Obama’s support for this action is an even bigger mistake that further intensifies the conflicts in the region.”