Hezbollah said on Tuesday that it was in talks with Lebanon’s government about the possibility of Iran supplying the country with refined oil products in exchange for Lebanese pounds.
Iran’s rank in bankruptcy and debt payment has fallen even further. In the latest report of the World Bank about the bankruptcy and debt payment, Iran’s ranking has decreased by two points and fallen to 133rd position globally.
Iranian experts believe that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is working to strengthen its relations with Tehran, in parallel with the rapprochement with Israel.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani ordered the upgrade of a border crossing with Iraq and turning it into a trading route, daily press Baghdad Today reported.
As the United States continues to increase pressure on two adversarial nations, a U.S. judge issued a warrant for the seizure of more than 1 million barrels of gasoline being shipped by four Iranian tankers to Venezuela.
The Al-Benaa newspaper reported that “Iranian ships are preparing to head to Lebanon with foodstuffs, fuel and other essentials, within the framework of Iranian support to break the siege imposed by the Americans.”
A Toronto export manager for a Mississauga company has been sentenced to prison in the United States for illegally exporting gas turbine engine parts to Iran, in violation of long-standing U.S. embargo and trade sanctions.
The Iranian authorities announced that their institutions export oil derivatives to several countries in Asia, Africa, and Europe, including Arab and Gulf countries.
An Iranian ship carrying foodstuff has arrived in Venezuelan waters amid a shortage of basic goods and is nearing Puerto La Guaira, Iran’s government news agency IRNA reported on Monday.
Trade between Iran and EU member states during January-April stood at €1.47 billion to register a 2.5% decline compared with last year’s corresponding period, latest data provided by the European Statistical Office show.
In this respect, the previous Iranian Parliament [Majlis], known as the tenth Majlis, did nothing despite providing rhetoric and arguments. For instance, lawmakers passed a law that banned government offices from recruiting retirees. However, Majlis had not supervised the law’s implementation