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Several pieces of Islamic art will be put up for auction at Christie’s, London, on April 27.
A number of Iranian nationals living in Britain have rejected the reports about the closure of their accounts in UK banks, expressing concern over the spread of such rumours which can tarnish their reputation and lead to the creation of growing distrust towards them.
An Iranian MP lashed out at Britain for failing to fulfil its commitments to Iran based on a uranium contract, saying London will keep breaking its promises to Iran for as long as it can.
An Iranian MP slammed Britain’s failure to fulfil its commitments on the contract to sell 900 tonnes of concentrated uranium to Iran, saying that Parliament is going to discuss the issue.
A ranking Iranian commander recommended Britain to keep away from the Middle East region before running into new troubles.
Nasrollah Tajik, a veteran Iranian diplomat, has talked about the way he was captured in October 2006 by the British police based on an order from the White House.
A senior analyst of British affairs says Iran is a ‘potential’ possibility for Britain, but the recent anti-Iran remarks made by British officials are mainly aimed at pleasing Arab states, which are considered as ‘actual’ targets for London.
Iranian ambassador to London has called for vigilance against certain groups that provoke people to stage protest rallies in front of Iranian embassies across the world, and also foreign embassies in Tehran.
An Iranian official says no permission has been issued for any protest gathering in front of British embassy in Tehran, and security forces will prevent people from holding any rallies.
Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei blamed the Islamic world’s predicaments on “divisive plots” hatched by arrogant powers, US and Britain in particular, and referred to the United Kingdom as the source of misery in regional countries.
Iran says Saudi Arabia and Britain are making comments against the Islamic Republic in a bid to cover up their destructive role in supporting Takfiri terrorism.
Secretary of Iran’s Expediency Council Mohsen Rezaei said British Prime Minister Theresa May’s recent remarks against the Islamic Republic are part of a policy to dominate regional countries and evade Britain’s economic and identity crises.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry rejected British Prime Minister Theresa May’s allegation that Iran has aggressive behavior in the region, saying London appears to have opted for old divisive polices again to appease certain Persian Gulf Arab states and sell them arms.
The newly released Home Office file showed how the Iron Lady was made to act to avoid a court case that would threaten to expose the secrets of the SAS and allow soldiers to be sued for doing their duty.
IFP has prepared a report on how Iranian newspapers covered Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, commonly referred to as Brexit, on their Saturday headlines and editorials.
The chairperson of the Britain-Iran Chamber of Commerce said currently banking issues are the main problem in engagement with Iran, so in Britain there is serious negotiation for resolving the problem.
Iran calls for the facilitation of its banking transactions and trade exchanges with world countries following the January removal of sanctions against Tehran, the chief of staff of President Hassan Rouhani says.
A huge delegation of British businessmen is planned to travel to Iran in May in a bid to explore business opportunities in the Islamic Republic following the termination of anti-Tehran sanctions.