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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.
Iran and Britain have decided to restore diplomatic relations and are determined to do so, said an Iranian official.
Boroujerdi expressed hope that London would take new strides in order to broaden the scope of cooperation between the two countries.
An Iranian MP says that the British embassy is likely to reopen by March 2015 amid ifs and buts surrounding the shaky relations between Tehran and London.
Reports that Iran has stopped four British parliamentarians from paying a visit to Tehran are baseless.
Iranian lawmakers have strongly condemned British prime minister’s recent allegations against the Islamic Republic in which he charged Iran with harboring terrorism.
British Foreign Secretary William Hague says "circumstances are right" for the reopening of Britain's embassy in Iran.