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CBI governor urges South Korean banks to pay damage on Iran’s frozen funds
Governor of Central Bank of Iran (CBI) Abdolnasser Hemmati said the country expects South Korean banks holding some $7 billion in Iranian funds to pay damages because of their failure in the past two years to release the resources amid constant pressure by the United States.
Middle East largest refinery to be officially open in SW Iran
Khuzestan Bid Boland gas refinery will be officially open in Southwest Iran on Thursday as the largest gas refinery in the Middle East and West Asia.
Iran’s nine-month coal concentrate production tops 1.2m tons
Iran produced over 1.2 million tons of coal concentrate during March 20-December 20, 2020, according to the data released by the Industry, Mine and Trade Ministry.
Iran stock regulator resigns amid steep fall in share prices
The regulator of Iran’s stock market resigned amid a steep fall in share prices on Tuesday.
Iran starts oil terminal pipe-laying operation
The operator of Jask oil terminal project in southern Iran announced on Tuesday the beginning of the pipeline extension operation for the project.
Minister: Iran ready to build railway in Afghanistan
Iranian Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami referred to sustainable development as Iran’s strategy in the region, saying Iran is ready to connect Khaf-Herat railway to Mazar-i-Sharif in Afghanistan.
Iran attracts 57% more investment in free zones
The amount of investment attracted in Iran’s free zones increased by 57 percent during the nine months to December 20, 2020, as compared to the corresponding period last year, according to Morteza Bank, the secretary of Iranian Free Zones High Council.
Tehran Int’l Short Film Festival to open
The 37th edition of the Tehran International Short Film Festival (TISFF) is set to inaugurate on Wednesday.
Qatar calls for Persian Gulf Arab states’ talks with Iran
Qatar’s foreign minister called for Persian Gulf Arab countries to hold talks with Iran, saying that Doha believes that the dialogue between the neighboring countries should happen.
Iran tells E3: Uranium metal also has peaceful application
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said the uranium metal also has peaceful application, noting that right now many countries use the uranium metal-based fuel for reactors.
Iran: Biden should act indiscriminately to undo Trump mistakes
Iran said Tuesday the global community wants the incoming administration in the United States to reverse course and honor international law, calling on the new White House team to avoid a selective approach in making up for the “stain of shame” it will inherit from its predecessor.
Iran kicks off Ground Force drill in south
The Iranian Army’s Ground Force on Tuesday launched a new drill along the coast of the Sea of Oman, the latest in a series of exercises that the country has held to assess the combat readiness of its military units.
No side effect from domestic COVID-19 vaccine in Iran
All 14 individuals who have injected domestic COVID-19 vaccines are in good health, the chairman of the Executive Office of the Order of Imam Khomeini announced on Tuesday.
Iran, Azerbaijan sign agreement to bolster economic ties
Iran and Azerbaijan have inked a key document to expand bilateral economic cooperation as Baku welcomes Iran’s increased investment and technical assistance to rebuild regions around Nagorno-Karabakh that were liberated following a deadly conflict with ethnic Armenian forces late last year.

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