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Olympics 2020: Iran, Poland Volleyball Teams Crush Opponents on 2nd Leg

On the second matchday of the Pool A of men’s volleyball games at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the world champions Poland put the disappointment of a shock opening defeat by Iran behind them by defeating Italy in straight sets on Monday, while Iran also crushed Venezuela to secure its second win.

Iranian Works on Display at World’s Most Prestigious Graphic Event

A poster exhibition showcasing works by Iranian graphic designers is underway in Poland on the sidelines of the 27th Warsaw Poster Biennial.

Iran, Poland Enjoy Longstanding Relations: Zarif

Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met his Polish counterpart in the Turkish city of Antalya.

Zarif Reminds Europe of Its Commitments under JCPOA

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has reminded his European counterpart of the E3’s commitments under the 2015 nuclear deal, officially known as the JCPOA.

Iran FM Holds High-Level Meets in Doha

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has held talks with a number of his counterparts and high-ranking officials in the Qatari capital of Doha.

Polish Family Share Their Joy of Travelling to Iran

A Polish family have released amazing photos of themselves taken during their recent visit to Iran, reflecting the security and comfort of foreign tourists in the country.

Iranian Band Performing Mourning Pieces on Karbala Tragedy in Poland

The traditional chest-beating and mourning ceremony of the Iranian southern city of Bushehr is being performed in Poland for a week by artists of Hoomehr Cultural and Artistic Band.

US’ Warsaw Conference Not to Weaken Iran: Top General

Iran’s top military commander says a hostile anti-Iran meeting to be co-hosted by the United States and Poland in Warsaw will fail to either undermine the Islamic Republic’s power or affect its policy.

Poland Pays Tribute to Iranians for WWII Hospitality

In an annual ceremony in the Polish capital Warsaw, the Polish paid homage to the Iranian nation for their warm hospitality offered to a great number of Polish refugees who had fled their country, sheltering in Iran during the World War II.

‘Anti-Iran Poland Conference Sign of US Failure in Mideast’

Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani says the US move to organize an anti-Iran conference in the Polish capital Warsaw testifies to Washington’s failure in the region, as the country wouldn’t need to hype up such a conference if it had achieved its goals in the region.