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Iran-EU Trade Rises 9% in 2021 20 Feb 2022

Iran-EU Trade Rises 9% in 2021

New report shows that the value of trade between Iran and the European Union reached €4.863 billion in 2021, registering a nine-percent growth compared to the previous year.

EU inflation surges to 30-year high 19 Dec 2021

EU inflation surges to 30-year high

Amid a record 4.9 percent surge of annual consumer inflation in 19 EU countries last month, the European Central Bank (ECB) has declared plans to scale back its crisis bond-buying but ruled out raising interest rates next year.

Vienna talks reach key point as U.S., European allies move beyond JCPOA 27 Jun 2021

Vienna talks reach key point as U.S., European allies move beyond JCPOA

American and European officials have launched a concerted diplomatic campaign in a bid to extract more concessions from Iran in the nuclear talks while refusing to provide assurances that they will not renege on their promises again as they did in the 2015 deal

Iran-Europe Trade Hits Lowest Level 24 Jun 2021

Iran-Europe Trade Hits Lowest Level

Iran’s exports to Europe in the first four months of 2012 have been around 262m euros and the trade between Iran and European states has hit the lowest level.

UK PM threatens EU with emergency clause over N.Ireland trade dispute 13 Jun 2021

UK PM threatens EU with emergency clause over N.Ireland trade dispute

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has threatened the European Union with emergency measures if no solution was found in a trade dispute with the bloc.

Some 70,000 rare disease patients vaccinated against coronavirus 24 May 2021

Some 70,000 rare disease patients vaccinated against coronavirus

Some 70,000 patients of rare diseases have received the COVID-19 vaccine so far, Mehdi Shadnoush, head of the transplant management and treatment center of the Ministry of Health, has said.

EU Threatens Reciprocal Measures Against UK over Post-Brexit Trade Arrangements 27 Apr 2021

EU Threatens Reciprocal Measures Against UK over Post-Brexit Trade Arrangements

The EU could go for reciprocal measures or "reprisals" against Britain if it fails to make good on its commitments under the post-Brexit deal, said Clement Beaune, the incumbent secretary of state for European affairs in the French government.

President Rouhani criticizes EU partners for lack of commitment 27 Jan 2021

President Rouhani criticizes EU partners for lack of commitment

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday criticized the EU states parties to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action for lack of compliance with the JCPOA.

Italian Ambassador Meets Tehran University President 17 Dec 2020

Italian Ambassador Meets Tehran University President

Italian Ambassador to Tehran H.E. Giuseppe Perrone, accompanied by Ms. Yaroslava Romanova, First Secretary (Cultural and Press) and Dr. Rosalia Gambatesa visiting Italian professor to University of Tehran met President of University of Tehran Mahmoud Nili Ahmadabadi on Tuesday.

Iran Economic Growth Rate Becomes Positive Despite Sanctions 14 Dec 2020

Iran Economic Growth Rate Becomes Positive Despite Sanctions

Governor of the Central Bank of Iran Abdolnaser Hemmati says the economic growth rate in Iran has become positive, both with and without oil revenues.