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The ambassadors of the Netherlands and Denmark as well as the British chargé d'affaires have been summoned to the Iranian Foreign Ministry to receive Tehran’s protest over their countries’ support for terrorist elements.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says enemies are hatching plots to break up bilateral relations between Iran and European countries.
A conservative Iranian daily has harshly criticized the Rouhani administration, particularly the Foreign Ministry, for not showing proper reaction to the Netherlands' expulsion of two Iranian diplomats.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has condemned the Dutch government’s unfriendly and destructive move to expel two Iranian diplomats from the country.
An exhibition of Iranian historical items has opened in the Dutch city of Assen to introduce the Iranian civilisation to the visitors.
Nearly 200 Iranian antiquities have been transferred to the Netherlands to be put on public display in the Dutch city of Assen, said Jebrail Nokandeh, the director general of the National Museum of Iran.
A newspaper in the Netherlands has confirmed an Iranian-born victim of a 2015 death case was “most certainly” the man behind the biggest terrorist attack in Iran’s history in which dozens of top officials including the country’s prime minister were killed in 1981.
Iranian international winger Alireza Jahanbakhsh has been named the top goal scorer of the premier Dutch football league Eredivisie.
An Iranian lawmaker believes that as the Netherlands has not been directly involved in the nuclear talks, it can easily play a leading role in Europe’s anti-Iran moves and decisions.
An exhibition showcasing hundreds of Iranian historic items is to open in the Netherlands shortly after the end of an exhibit of Qajar era artworks and relics in France.