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Consular section of UK embassy in Tehran re-started work, UK Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has arrived in London to take part in an international conference aimed at raising aid for the people of war-torn Syria.
In order to confront terrorism, the first step is to cut off the financial and military aid provided to the terrorists by certain regional countries, Kharrazi told a British MP.
Larijani said that Western countries need to ask their regional allies to stop providing the terrorist groups with weapons and oil.
If we do not eradicate the roots of terrorism even if we successfully fight it in one region, it may spring back immediately in another, President Rouhani said.
The British top diplomat has said that London and Tehran are expected to have dialogue, not confrontation, in all areas, whether they agree or not.
Iran's policy toward its neighbors is based on ensuring collective interests, strengthening friendship and peaceful coexistence with an emphasis on religious commonalities, said Afkham.
What impressed me most during this visit was the hospitality of the Iranians, and their bravery in testing the new waters, said the British foreign secretary in the opinion piece.
Britain has a negative record in the minds of Iranians. However no one should be stalled in the past and there must be a move forward, said Hammond in a meeting with Ali Larijani.
An Iranian MP has said that Iran should not limit itself; rather it is expected to seize the existing opportunities and upgrade ties with other nations.
The CBI governor has said that Iran and Britain seek to exchange banking delegations in order to pave the way for cooperation between Iranian and British banks.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond are holding a joint press conference in the Iranian capital, Tehran, taking questions from reporters hours after the reopening of the UK Embassy in the Islamic Republic.
Iran’s police have arrested several people to prevent a protest rally against the reopening of the British embassy reopening.
A former Iranian MP has said we need to wait for objective progress in London’s behavior, arguing there are still misgivings in Iran about Britain’s change of policy and its future approaches.
Foreign Secretary Hammond will be Britain’s first top diplomat to visit Iran in nearly 14 years.
Risk to British nationals has changed, in part due to decreasing hostility under President Rouhani’s government, said British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has called on all members of the P5+1 group to work for the implementation of the measures on which all sides have reached a conclusion through nuclear negotiations.
A British MP has hoped that the nuclear agreement will help promote relations between Iran and the UK in every possible field.
Douglas Alexander highlighted Iran’s significant role in the Middle East and the world, saying London is keen to cooperate with Tehran in different areas.