It seems the Islamic Republic of Iran’s passiveness and to some extent its political considerations have emboldened South Korea and this country even dares to insult Iranians while it has frozen the country’s billions of dollars in its banks.
The South Korea ambassador to Iran has “donated” 2000 masks to a hospital in Tehran. The move angered Iranians, as they considered it an insult to the great nation of Iran.
Although the country is in under sanction and imports of foreign-made TVs is banned, LG, Samsung and Sony are dominating brands in Iran’s TV market.
Secretary General of Iran-South Korea Joint Chamber of Commerce Pouya Firouzi says Iran’s major assets in South Korean banks have not been unblocked yet and talks with this country will resume soon.
The U.S. State Department has waived sanctions on Iran's oil trade allowing the Islamic republic to access its frozen funds in South Korea and Japan to use them for importing goods from the mentioned countries, the Washington Free Beacon reported.
Head of the Iran-South Korea Joint Chamber of Commerce Mr. Hossein Tanhaei says the trade between Iran and South Korea has reached its lower level in the past 15 years.
An exchange of gunfire between North and South Korean forces in the Demilitarized Zone dividing the peninsula was a violation of the armistice agreement, UN says.
Korea Republic became the first 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.
Iran finished in second place at the International Fencing Federation (FIE) men’s Sabre World Cup in Padoue in Italy on Sunday.
Iranian animator Ashkan Rahgozar’s “The Last Fiction” will be competing in the 20th Bucheon International Animation Film Festival in the South Korean city during October. The movie is based on a story from the Shahnameh, the epic masterpiece of the Persian poet Ferdowsi. It is about Zahak’s treacherous rise to the throne in Jamshid in […]