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Iran-EU Trade Drops by 10% in First Two Months 02 May 2021

Iran-EU Trade Drops by 10% in First Two Months

Iran’s trade with European Union (EU) countries has declined by 10 percent in the first two months of 2021 comparing to the same period in 2020 as they traded €704 million worth of goods and commodities during January and February.

Iran to EU: the bloc exercises double standards on human rights 27 Apr 2021

Iran to EU: the bloc exercises double standards on human rights

In a strongly worded letter to the Council of the European Union, Iran formally protested against the blacklisting of several individuals and entities, saying it shows European double standards on human rights in Iran.

A Week Into Full Brexit, the Pain for U.K. Businesses Has Arrived 10 Jan 2021

A Week Into Full Brexit, the Pain for U.K. Businesses Has Arrived

As Britain adjusts to life outside of the European Union, businesses are contending with delays, service cancellations, and piles of paperwork.

Why Is Erdogan the Replica of Saddam? 21 Dec 2020

Why Is Erdogan the Replica of Saddam?

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s behaviors during the past four years and even with conducting sham coup d’etat to eliminate his opponents have created grounds

Iran-Europe Business Forum to Be Held in Mid-December 22 Nov 2020

Iran-Europe Business Forum to Be Held in Mid-December

An Adviser to the Trade Promotion Organization of Iran said that the Iran-Europe Business Forum will be held in mid-December to increase Iran's non-oil exports.

Italian Embassy Holds Webinar on Supporting Business With Iran 21 Nov 2020

Italian Embassy Holds Webinar on Supporting Business With Iran

The Italian Embassy in Tehran hosted an online conference on Wednesday to discuss ways to support joint business

Tehran Berates EU for Interference Under Pretext of Rights Violations 27 Sep 2020

Tehran Berates EU for Interference Under Pretext of Rights Violations

Iran’s ambassador to the UN headquarters in Geneva has lashed out at certain Western governments, especially those in Europe, for interfering in other countries’ affairs under the pretext of human rights violations.

EU Sets Up Financial Crime Unit As Pandemic Poses New Risks 05 Jun 2020

EU Sets Up Financial Crime Unit As Pandemic Poses New Risks

The European Union on Friday set up a unit of investigators to tackle an expected surge in financial crime in the economic downturn triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic and crack down on defrauding of state subsidies.

Border Closures, Pre-Travel Tests of Little Use against COVID-19 Spread 27 May 2020

Border Closures, Pre-Travel Tests of Little Use against COVID-19 Spread

Border closures do little to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the European Union’s public health agency said, as EU states weight lifting some travel restrictions imposed at the start of the coronavirus pandemic in Europe.

Europe Relaxing Virus Restrictions but Cases Flare Elsewhere 15 May 2020

Europe Relaxing Virus Restrictions but Cases Flare Elsewhere

Germany and several other European countries where the coronavirus spread has slowed were moving ahead Friday with relaxing border restrictions, while flare-ups in Mexico and elsewhere served as a reminder the pandemic is far from over.