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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the full implementation of the Iran nuclear deal will pave the way for expansion of relations between Iran and the EU member states, Spain in particular.
Spanish Foreign Minister Alfonso Dastis have expressed his country’s support for the Iran nuclear deal, and called for expansion of bilateral relations between Tehran and Madrid.
Iran's foreign ministry spokesman has announced the foreign ministers of Spain and the Netherlands will arrive in the Iranian capital on Tuesday night.
Javier Poves Gómez, a Spanish football coach, says Iran’s national football team has the potential for turning into a powerhouse in the next ten years.
The Iranian government plans to adopt new measures to attract 20 million foreign tourists annually in the near future.
US sanctions have prevented Iranian companies and individuals from attending the biggest international mobile phone event in Spain.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Bahram Qassemi has referred to the latest developments in Spain’s Catalonia and underlined the necessity of abiding by the rule of law, avoiding violence and pursuing demands through peaceful and legal means.
The Seventh International Congress of Spanish Society of Iranian Studies (SEI) will be held at the Autonoma University of Madrid on October 16-17.
President of the Senate of Spain Pío García-Escudero has hailed the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, saying the results of JCPOA can be clearly seen in the increased economic relations between Tehran and Madrid.
The Madrid Cinema Festival, known as FILMADRID, is going to pay tribute to Iranian filmmaker Mani Haghighi as ‘an undisputed maestro of absurd cinema’ in a special section dedicated to Iranian comedy and absurd films.
12 well-known female photographers from Iran and Spain presented their work in a paired format, with pre-defined subjects, in the exhibition Parallel Perspectives . Iran-Spain : Photographs in the Mirror.
Iran said on Saturday that it plans to participate in the construction of an oil refinery in Spain in what appears to be a long-term strategy to guarantee its own sales to Madrid.
Cooperation between Iran and other countries should help us find our way into foreign markets, the industry minister said.
Iran says it is ready to increase its oil exports to Spain to levels that existed before the US-led sanctions were put into place.
There exists great economic, industrial, scientific and cultural potential in Iran, said President Rouhani, expressing hope Tehran-Madrid cooperation will further expand.
Larijani said both countries enjoy vast potential in the field of trade and economy.
Iran’s ambassador to Spain has said that Tehran and Madrid can tap into their experiences to work on joint energy and non-energy projects.
Spain’s top diplomat has said that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action can serve as a catalyst for closer international cooperation.