South Korean Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyon and Ali Larijani, advisor to the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, met on Monday at the Foreign Ministry Research Institute.
South Korean prime minister here on Sunday expressed Seoul's support for the constructive JCPOA negotiations and said his country will cooperate with Iran and various other countries to solve the problem of releasing Iran’s monetary assets.
Stating that South Korea should have an independent attitude towards Iran, Iran's Governor of the Central Bank said that Iran will continue to pursue its rights and use of its assets in South Korea.
First Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs of South Korea Choi Jong Kun had a meeting with Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Seyyed Abbas Araghchi during a visit to Tehran.
Iran and South Korea have agreed to launch a working group on expanding humanitarian trade as part of efforts to maintain bilateral partnership.
South Korea is consulting with Iran on how to secure the Strait of Hormuz and the possibility of sending troops to the Middle East, according to a South Korean official.
TEHRAN (Iran News) – Korea Republic became the first football team to qualify for the AFC U-23 Championship Thailand 2020 knockout stage after it claimed a 2-1 win over Iran at Tinsulanon Stadium in Songkhla, Thailand on Sunday match. First-half goals from Lee Dong-jun and Cho Gue-sung gave Kim Hak-bum’s side a two-goal half-time buffer, […]
TEHRAN (Iran News) – South Korea is negotiating with the United States over Iran’s call for Seoul to resume exports of humanitarian goods to the Islamic Republic after US sanctions virtually banned such trades. Financial transactions between Seoul and Tehran for shipments of food and medical items became effectively impossible after Washington toughened sanctions against […]