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  • هر زمان که نیاز به ویرایش این اطلاعات داشتید، با وارد کردن ایمیلتان تغییرات را ذخیره کنید
  • در صورتی که تمایل به ادامه اشتراک نداشتید، در ایمیلی که از سوی ما دریافت می کنید، عدم اشتراک را انتخاب کنید
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In an article, Da Silva urged investing in food security and rural development to change the future of migration.

Following is the full text of his piece:

Roots of Change: Make Migration Work for Rural Development

Throughout history, one of the most effective strategies for people to look for a better future has been to move. In most cases leaving impoverished rural areas in search of more productive opportunities elsewhere.

Indeed, migration has since our earliest days been essential to the human story — the source of multiple economic and cultural benefits.

But when migration is out of extreme need, distress and despair, it becomes another story.

Forced migration is rooted in conflicts, political instability, extreme poverty, hunger, environmental degradation and the impacts of climate change.

In these situations, people have no choice other than to move.

This year’s slogan for World Food Day (16 October), “Change the future of migration. Invest in food security and rural development”, addresses the structural drivers of large movements of people in order to make migration safe, orderly and regular.

This is all the more pertinent today because the numbers of hungry people are on the rise again after decades of progress.

According to the 2017 State of Food Security and Nutrition report (SOFI), 815 million people suffered from hunger in 2016, an increase of 38 million people compared to 2015 (777 million). This was largely due to conflicts, droughts and floods around the world.

In fact, conflicts have driven northeast Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen to the brink of famine and triggered acute food insecurity also in Burundi, Iraq and elsewhere. Globally there are now around 64 million people forcibly displaced by conflict and persecution, the highest number since the Second World War. Furthermore, drought, due to an unusually powerful El Niño, has sharply reduced access to food in much of Africa.

Rural households often bear the brunt of these drivers. Most of the world’s poor live in rural areas, and many rural youth, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, migrate in the absence of productive opportunities.  

But let’s set the story straight: Despite widely held perceptions, most of those who migrate remain in their countries of origin. There are around 763 million internal migrants worldwide, one in every eight people on the planet with the majority moving from the countryside to cities. Of the 244 million international migrants recorded in 2015, one-third came from G20 countries and consisted of people who moved to pursue more productive opportunities. South-South migratory flows are now larger than those from developing to the developed nations.

Make Migration A Choice

Conflict, rural poverty, and climate change, all demand increasing attention as they drive up distress migration as a last resort, which generates a tangle of moral, political and economic problems for migrants, their eventual hosts and the transit points in between. We all have roots and few of us wish to sever them. In fact, even in the most extreme situations, people would rather remain at home.

Inclusive rural development can help on all fronts, curbing conflict, boosting sustainability and making migration a matter of choice rather than desperation.

Decent employment opportunities – which can be generated by productive agriculture and supporting activities ranging from seed research and credit provision to storage infrastructure and food processing businesses – are urgently needed to convince a fast-growing number of young people in rural areas that there are better fates than hazardous journeys to unknown destinations.

Migration itself is part of rural development, seasonal migration is closely linked to the agricultural calendars, and remittances are a huge force for improving both rural welfare and farm productivity. Migrants’ contribution to development needs to be recognized and cherished, as they are the bridges between countries of origin, transit and destination.

FAO is working to address the root causes of migration. This means promoting policy options that favour vulnerable people. It includes youth job training and inclusive access to credit, crafting social protection programmes that offer cash or in-kind transfers, specific measures to support those returning to rural areas of origin, and offering assistance for the provision of seeds, fertilizers and animal-health services, fine-tuning early warning systems for weather risks and by working for sustainable natural resource and land use.

As co-chair in 2018 of the Global Migration Group, comprising 22 UN agencies and the World Bank, FAO will advocate for solutions that make migration an act of choice and not a desperate last resort. Agriculture and rural development have a key role to play in this.  

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  • هر زمان که نیاز به ویرایش این اطلاعات داشتید، با وارد کردن ایمیلتان تغییرات را ذخیره کنید
  • در صورتی که تمایل به ادامه اشتراک نداشتید، در ایمیلی که از سوی ما دریافت می کنید، عدم اشتراک را انتخاب کنید
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  • برای دریافت خبرنامه آدرس ایمیل شما ضروری می باشد
  • هر زمان که نیاز به ویرایش این اطلاعات داشتید، با وارد کردن ایمیلتان تغییرات را ذخیره کنید
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TEHRAN- Mauritius’ Minister of Foreign Affairs, Regional Integration and International Trade Seetanah Lutchmeenaraidoo and the Ambassador of Iran to Mauritius Mohammad Moniri Nik in Port Louis discussed expansion of cooperation on trade and economic exchanges as well as cultural, tourism and education sectors, reported on Thursday.

As accorded, the two countries’ chambers of commerce will explore trade opportunities between Iran and Mauritius for further collaborative avenues specifically in energy sector.
Mauritius and Iran are members of the non-aligned movement, the Indian Ocean Rim Association and the G70.


TEHRAN - The first edition of Iran’s International Exhibition of Printing, Processing and Packaging (IPAP 2017) kicked off at Tehran’s Shahr-e-Aftab International Exhibition Center on Thursday.

Some 150 domestic and foreign exhibitors from different countries including Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Belgium, South Korea, Poland, Turkey and China are showcasing their latest packaging and printing-related products and services in this event.

The four-day exhibition aims to mark Iran as the region’s center for printing and packaging industry, and also to gather the companies active in the field to unveil the latest innovations and technologies in this area.


TEHRAN - Pakistan’s Cabinet Committee on Energy (CCE) has approved the purchase of additional 100 megawatts (MW) of electricity from Iran, Pakistan Today reported.

According to the report the Ministry of Power has been directed to make immediate arrangements and to complete the spadework expeditiously.

“For the additional 100MW, transmission line and grid station have to be constructed to meet immediate needs of Makran division, especially Gwadar Port and industrial area,” the report said.

Iran is currently providing 100MW of electricity to Pakistan based on an arrangement which is renewed annually. 

Earlier this month, Pakistan Today had reported that the country is considering the import of 100 megawatts (MW) of additional electricity from Iran to meet the growing electricity demand in Gawadar.

The electricity is going to be supplied to Gawadar area from Iran through 132kv interconnection lines between Pakistan and Iran.


TEHRAN- Iranian Ambassador to Sri Lanka Mohammad Zaeri Amirani said that Sri Lankan banks should come forward to facilitate trade with Iran in euro instead of dollar as they are concerned that some U.S. sanctions are continuing to be in place against Iran.

The ambassador made this remark on Wednesday while speaking at the National Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka (NCCSL) on the theme, "Bilateral Trade between Sri Lanka & Iran", where local business people and a few Iranian investors who have business interests in Sri Lanka were present, reported.

"This is only a concern of the banks that they would face problems if they facilitated transactions with Iran. Well, in the context of this concern, the euro channel of trading is available. Iran is trading with the EU and many other countries in euro and there has been no issue with that. As banking is crucial for trade, it is a responsibility of the banks to make the euro channel available", the ambassador emphasized.

"Negative people with a short-sighted approach would present problems for every solution. It won't help enhance our trade relations. Innovative, forward-focused thinking is an absolute necessity to increase the two countries' bilateral trade. That's the way forward to gain from our capacities and opportunities. From the time I took up my assignment as ambassador to Sri Lanka, I've received the fullest cooperation and I'm determined to take our historic relations to new heights, Zaeri Amirani assured.

Dr. Hossein Bamiri, the commercial attaché of the embassy of Iran, pointed out with data that bilateral trade volumes between 2009 and 2016 had fluctuated from time to time, always in favor of Iran.

At present Iran and Sri Lanka do not have banking relations. But at the meeting which was held on August 19, between Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Speaker of the Sri Lankan Parliament Karu Jayasuriya, both emphasized the need to develop banking relations between the countries.

"We hope that the establishing of banking relations between Sri Lanka and Iran would be possible towards the end of this year or in the beginning of next year, Bamiri said.


TEHRAN- Korea Airports Corp. said Thursday that it signed a contract with an Iranian company for selling navigational aid systems and airport equipment in Iran.

The contract with Iranian construction company Tolid Malzomat Bargh was signed Tuesday at the Inter Airport Europe (IAE) trade fair in Germany, the Korea Herald reported.

TMB Co., which designs and manufactures electrical equipment in Iran, will promote sales of instrument landing systems and signal analyzers on behalf of KAC. In particular, KAC hopes to promote sales of the new portable signal analyzer, which uses Wi-Fi to remotely monitor signals.

At Inter Airport Europe, KAC showcased its latest developments in airport equipment including passenger boarding bridges and baggage handling systems. 

IAE was held at the Munich Trade Centre in Germany from Tuesday to Friday.


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Iran’s national flag-carrier airline Iran Air has received two more turboprop planes from the Franco-Italian aviation player ATR. Iran’s national flag-carrier airline Iran Air has received two more turboprop planes from the Franco-Italian aviation player ATR. 

Franco-Italian aviation player ATR has delivered two more turboprop planes to Iran’s national flag-carrier airline Iran Air thus bringing the total number of deliveries to six from a package of 20. 

The planes can carry 70 passengers and would be used in flights over a maximum distance of 1,528 kilometers.

Iran Air took delivery of the first four ATR aircraft in May, with the rest due to be handed over to the country by the end of 2018, including a further three this year.

Iran Air’s deal with ATR that was signed in early 2017 includes options for a further 20 aircraft and a training program for Iranian pilots and engineers.

The planes will be operating among regional cities as part of a commercial plan, covering a populous crescent straddling Iran’s northwest and northeast.

Iran’s aviation officials had already said the ATR fleet may be based in the Caspian city of Rasht to connect small towns to big cities such as Tabriz and Mashhad in Iran and the Azerbaijani capital of Baku.

Iran is also renovating its aging fleet for international or long-distance flights under deals signed with Airbus and Boeing.

The deal with Boeing, signed in December, is for the purchase of 80 passenger planes. In January, Iran Air signed agreements to buy 118 planes from Airbus, before cutting the number to around 100.

Given the type of the orders, the total value of the three contracts for the purchase of 200 aircraft from Airbus, Boeing and ATR is less than $18 billion.

The country has so far received three Airbus jets and will get another by end-year. The first Boeing is due around May 2018.

Another EU bank unveils plan to fund Iran projects

Tehran (ISNA) – According to the market figures, Iran’s exports of crude oil have reached the highest level since February.

Figures released by Bloomberg show that Iran shipped 2.28 million barrels a day (mb/d) of crude oil to international markets in September.

The rise came as Iran – together with Iraq that exported 3.98 mb/d last month – took advantage of production cuts implemented by Saudi Arabia.  Lower exports by the Saudis provided an opportunity to the two neighbors to win buyers in key markets like China and the US.

Saudi Arabia’s exports were 6.68 million barrels a day, the second-lowest for this year, Bloomberg added.

While Iraq took over the Saudis in exports to the US and India, Iran outpaced the strongest forces inside the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) over exports to Asian heavyweight China.

The kingdom is expected to fall further behind Iran and Iraq in November as its state oil giant – the Saudi Arabian Oil Company, or Aramco as it is internationally known, is scheduled to make the deepest cuts in supplies to customers in its history in November, as officially announced by Riyadh.      

The difference between China’s imports of Saudi oil and Iranian crude is at an eight-year low, according to customs data from the East Asian country.

Saudi Arabia shipped 833,000 barrels of crude a day to China in September, compared with 600,000 barrels a day from Iran, Bloomberg added.

OPEC’s third-largest producer has ramped up output and doubled exports since sanctions on its energy industry were eased in January 2016.

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Tehran (ISNA) – Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to United Nations emphasized that Iran will continue implementing its commitments under the nuclear deal and any violation of it will be faced with a proportionate reaction by Iran.

Ambassador and permanent representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to United Nations Gholamali Khoshroo made the remarks before the first committee of the United Nations General Assembly on all disarmament and international security agenda items.

Here is the full text of Khoshroo’s statement:

In the Name of God, the Most Compassionate, the Most Merciful

Mr. Chairman,

I would like to begin by wholeheartedly congratulating you, Ambassador Bahr al-Ulum, distinguished Permanent Representative of Iraq, on your well-deserved election to chair this important Committee. I am confident that your able leadership will lead the Committee towards a successful conclusion. I also congratulate other bureau members for their election and assure you of the full support and cooperation of my delegation.

I should also thank the outgoing Chair, distinguished Ambassador Sabri of Algeria, for his successful leadership in steering the work of the Committee.

My delegation associates itself with the NAM statement delivered by Indonesia.

Mr. Chairman,

Since the previous meeting of the Committee, we have witnessed promising and unpromising disarmament developments.

The first promising development was the adoption by the Disarmament Commission of "Recommendations on practical confidence-building measures in the field of conventional weapons". It was achieved as a result of a flexible position by NAM. This needs to be complemented with the adoption of "Recommendations for achieving the objective of nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation of nuclear weapons", which indeed requires a strong political will and flexibility by the nuclear-weapon States.

The next and more important development was the adoption of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. It was indeed a strong collective reaction to the violation of obligations of the nuclear-weapon States on nuclear disarmament. As an active participant in its negotiations, Iran voted in favor of the Treaty and will continue to support its overall objective. This Treaty is a step forward in nuclear disarmament, which needs to be complemented by the conclusion of a comprehensive convention on nuclear weapons as called for by the Assembly for years.

We should also recall the successful conclusion of the 8th Review Conference of the Biological Weapons Convention as a promising development.

Mr. Chairman,

Nevertheless, regrettably, last year we have also witnessed the alarming trends of new nuclear arms race and new nuclear arms modernization race. These are real setbacks in establishing a nuclear-weapon-free world. Such trends would negatively affect the international peace and security as well as the existing legal regime on nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation. Therefore, they have to be stopped.

In this context, I should also refer to the continued stalemate in the establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East, as a result of the stubborn policies of the Israeli regime. The only way to start this process is the prompt and unconditional accession of the Israeli regime to the NPT, as a non-nuclear weapon party, and placing of all its nuclear installations and activities under the IAEA full-scope safeguards. As the nuclear weapons of Israel continue to threaten the peace and security of the region and beyond, the establishment of such a zone proposed by Iran in 1974 and supported by the consensual UNGA annual resolutions over the past 40 years is very urgent.

While according to the UN reports “conventional arms are the predominant means of killing and destruction”, regrettably overproduction of these weapons by major arms producing countries and their export to regions of conflict continued unabated. The living example of these alarming developments is the excessive import, by certain oil-reach countries in the Persian Gulf, of conventional weapons, most of which are used for death and destruction in Yemen.

Mr. Chairman,

This year, we have also witnessed the continued implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), concluded by P5+1 and Iran and put an end to a manufactured crisis. As rightly mentioned by many distinguished delegates in this Committee, its conclusion proved the important role that diplomacy can play in international relations. Hereby, I would like to sincerely thank all distinguished delegates who acknowledged the JCPOA’s significance and called for its continued and full implementation by all its participants. In its part, Iran fully implemented all its nuclear related commitments under the JCPOA, as verified and confirmed by the IAEA, reflected in its 8 consecutive reports. Iran will continue implementing its commitments under the JCPOA in as much as it gains all the intended benefits, which intrinsically and necessarily, requires its full and continuous implementation by all other JCPOA participants too. To make it clear, any continued significant non-implementation of the JCPOA commitments by one of its participants will definitely be faced with a proportionate reaction by Iran. Expectations from the JCPOA implementation needs to be proportionate and adjusted with its limited scope. As acknowledged by the international community, conclusion of the JCPOA was a win-win achievement, and to remain so, its full and continued implementation by all its participants is essential. Diplomacy and such a cardinal principle of international law as the pacta sunt servanda (agreements must be kept) would be the main losers and victims of a possible withdrawal from the JCPOA or continued significant failure in its implementation by one of its participants. Therefore, such a party has to bear the responsibility, and be aware, of all the ramifications of its act.

To conclude, Mr. Chairman, I wish to stress that we have a special collective responsibility in addressing alarming trends in disarmament and international security realm. In its turn, my delegation stands ready to cooperate with the bureau and committee members in fulfilling this responsibility and creating a safer world for the present and future generations.

I thank you, Mr. Chairman.

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Tehran (ISNA) - The Iranian President Hassan Rouhani welcomed development of relations with African countries as a key principle in foreign policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Mr. Rouhani met with Tanzanian foreign minister Augustine Mahiga on Wednesday and expressed interest in promoting the level of relations and cooperation between the two countries in all fields, especially economy.

"Tanzania is Iran's gateway to access the East African market and the 12th Administration is determined to develop relations with friend countries around the world, especially in Africa," he said.

Rouhani also thanked the Tanzanian President for his invitation to make an official visit to Dar es Salaam, saying: "Tanzania is a friend country with 900 years of cultural and historical ties between the two nations, which is a valuable investment in the development of cooperation".

Powerful Iranian companies in the field of engineering are ready to advance development projects in Africa, including Tanzania, said Rouhani adding, "Economic cooperation should be developed and deepened along with the existing historical, cultural and political ties between Iran and Tanzania, and the first step in this direction is developing monetary, financial and banking relations".

He also called for establishment of a joint economic commission between Iran and Tanzania and said, "In the session of the commission, the scope for developing commercial and economic cooperation as well as ways to strengthen scientific and technological relations will be discussed".

Terrorism is a major global scourge, said the President adding, "All countries should unite in the fight against this scourge".

"The fact that no one dares to openly support terrorist groups of various names, including Jabhat al-Nusra, al-Qaeda, al-Shabaab, Boko Haram or ISIS, is a major progress".

The president went on to say, "The Islamic Republic of Iran is ready to provide its friends with its experiences in combatting terrorist groups".

The minister of foreign affairs of Tanzania also emphasized that Tanzania was determined to cement its relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran in all fields of mutual interest.

Augustine Mahiga added, "Tanzania welcomes the presence of Iranian companies in the implementation and development of its developmental projects".

"Iran is a friend country in historical, cultural and political fields, and we are interested in deepening and strengthening economic relations and Iranian products can be supplied to the East African market through Tanzania".

He also referred to the scourge of terrorism in regional and global stages, saying, "Tanzania wants to take advantage of the Islamic Republic of Iran's experiences in countering not only terrorism and extremism, but also the fight against organized international crime, human trafficking and money laundering".

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Tehran (ISNA) - UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson announced that he spoke to his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif about the nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

“Spoke to Zarif. UK committed to Iran nuclear deal and I underlined serious concern for dual national detainees including Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe,” Johnson wrote on his official Twitter account.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Theresa May has also reaffirmed Britain's commitment to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal in a telephone conversation with U.S. President Donald Trump.

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مصاحبه با علی اکبر صالحی رییس سازمان انرژی اتمی ایران در ایسنا

Tehran (ISNA) – The head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi arrived in London.

Salehi traveled to London upon an invitation from UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

During the visit, Salehi is expected to hold meetings with British officials including Boris Johnson.

Salehi and Johnson will discuss the bilateral relations and cooperation.

He recently had traveled to Italy and attended the 20th Edoardo Amaldi Conference in Rome.

During his visit to Rome, Salehi also met IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano.

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Tehran (ISNA) - Iran will show a “proper” reaction to any move aimed at violating or undermining the landmark nuclear agreement it signed with the P5+1 group of countries more than two years ago, Iran’s nuclear chief says.

“If others question the nuclear agreement, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and violate it, Iran will definitely show a proper reaction,” the head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi said on the sidelines of the 20th Edoardo Amaldi Conference in Rome, Italy.

The conference focused on the 60th anniversary of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and of the treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) under the theme of international cooperation for enhancing nuclear safety, security, safeguards and non-proliferation.

“During the conference, we announced the Islamic Republic’s stance on the JCPOA and said as long as others remain committed to the JCPOA, Iran will also remain committed,” Salehi said.

He added that most of the participants at the Edoardo Amaldi Conference believed that the JCPOA was a very valuable achievement which must be sustained by all members of the international community.

In a statement on Monday, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano once again confirmed that Iran was in compliance with its commitments under the JCPOA.

Iran and the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council – the United States, France, Britain, Russia and China – plus Germany signed the nuclear agreement on July 14, 2015 and started implementing it on January 16, 2016.

Since the JCPOA Implementation Day, the IAEA has been verifying and monitoring Iran’s compliance with its nuclear-related commitments under the nuclear deal and has consistently verified the Islamic Republic’s compliance.

However, the administration of US President Donald Trump, which took over a year after the JCPOA had come into force, has repeatedly attacked the agreement and desperately sought a pretext to scrap or weaken the deal.

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Tehran (ISNA)-British ambassador to Iran after 4 years of tensions and cut ties between Tehran and London, started his work here in September 2016.

After 2 years in Tehran, Nicholas Hopton expressed satisfaction over the development of political and economic relations between the two countries.

Pointing out that UK would remain in strong support of full implementation of JCPOA, he stressed that the deal is the best solution to establish peace, safety and security not only for Iran but also for the region in general. And could be a basis for building up ties with Iran and promoting relations between Iran and Britain.

British ambassador also said that establishment of trade relations between Iran and Britain, particularly in banking sector would take time and hoped it would improve in near future within the framework of JCPOA.

Nicholas Hopton, the British Ambassador answered the questions raised by ISNA in an interview:

Q: Since Iran and the UK have resumed their political and economic ties for two years, what is the precise volume of bilateral relations including trade?

A: The bilateral ties have expanded very well in the past two years. The important point is that our focus has been on expanding economic ties wherever possible since the Embassy re-opened. The British Embassy tried hard to link Iranian and British companies following removal of sanctions and implementation of the JCPOA since January 2016. It is an honour to say that the growth of economic ties have been quick and many important contracts have been concluded between Iranian and British companies and that many other negotiations are on the way.

The precise extent of bilateral cooperation cannot be easily estimated, but we are sure that the growth of trade between the UK and Iran has at least doubled. This is important and the British government stresses supporting the JCPOA and endeavours to increase the bilateral trade in the future.

As far as the priority of the UK for investment in trade, tourism, oil and gas, etc. in Iran is concerned, the relations between Iran and the UK are historical and we have had many close interactions during different eras. Our relationship has been complicated at times, but there have been many positive periods in bilateral relations and our priority is to support implementation of the JCPOA in order to deepen bilateral ties.

The JCPOA is a great diplomatic achievement. As part of our support for the JCPOA, our team at the Embassy has been doing its best to interact with different bodies in the country not only in Tehran, but also throughout Iran, including Chamber of Commerce.

I recently visited Golestan and Gorgan provinces and met the Governor General and Head of Chamber of Commerce. I visited Tabriz and Rasht and was in Shiraz last weekend. We are doing our best to have a vast interaction and have mutual understanding of our bilateral trade which makes the JCPOA stronger and shows that the JCPOA has really been an achievement.

Q: One of the outcomes of the JCPOA was removal of sanctions, particularly in oil, gas and petrochemicals and many countries have already got involved in interaction with Iran in different fields, but there is no sign of the British Companies in oil sector yet. Considering the new oil contracts that were signed with Iran, particularly the one that was signed with French Total, do you think there are appropriate grounds available for the activity of big British Companies in Iran?

A: It is a reality that that establishment of trade relations between Iran and European companies, particularly the British ones has not been easy. The international sanctions against Iran have been lifted for two years. Some expect to witness immediate changes to the economic ties, but these developments need time to happen. As we have noticed, building confidence in banking relations between Iran and the West takes time. Some financial institutions and banks are interacting and some British companies operate under the current circumstances, but the reality is that it takes longer than we hoped. The British government is trying hard to assure its economic sector to facilitate conclusion of contracts in both directions.

British companies have already started working with their Iranian counterparts. Companies like Shell, Rolls Royce, British Airways and Airbus (which is partly British) have started interacting with Iran. They have concluded important and big deals with Iran and this will undoubtedly contribute to strengthening bilateral relations.

Q: The British and European banks have not started working with Iran despite the two years past from conclusion of the JCPOA, can you make any promises or give some hope that this will happen in the near future?

A: The challenge that we, as the UK and the European parties as well as Iran face at the moment has two sides. The British banks and financial institutions based in London are not sufficiently confident to start their activity in Iran and support trade yet. This confidence is built when bilateral cooperation increases and when Iran gradually joins the international economy.

On the other hand, we need more changes and revisions to the Iranian banking system. This trend has started and I am very pleased that FATF announced following the latest important meeting it had with Iran that Iran has made very good progress to reach the required standards.

There is no doubt that the global financial system has moved forward during the decade that Iran was under sanctions. During this time some rules were made to create different conditions and that is why it takes time for the Iranian banks to be able to reach the required level of international standards and deal with the international and British banks. At the same time, I am confident that, as I said, we need to work in Iran, in the UK and generally in Europe on this issue as it is a priority in order to facilitate bilateral trade.

Q: Why is it that the European banks, particularly the British ones do not trust the Iranian side? Is it because of the pressure imposed by the US or the British government?

A: The British Prime Minister, in a meeting with President Rouhani at the UN General Assembly in New York, said that they had a transparent dialogue regarding different issues including bilateral and multilateral subjects. She made it clear that the UK supports the JCPOA strongly and the UK will have close cooperation with all parties of the nuclear agreement to make the JCPOA successful. This is the policy of the UK and whatever happens, we keep repeating that the JCPOA is the best solution to establish peace, safety and stability as well as more welfare not only for Iran, but also for the other member states of the nuclear agreement and for the region in general. 

To answer your question about why the British banks are not yet fully confident about conducting business with Iran, I have to say that this is a two-way road. The British government does everything possible to assure that the British banks and financial institutions will resume interacting with Iran following removal of sanctions. It should also be said that it is the banks’ own decision. They are private banks and make decisions independently from the government.

Some of these banks face issues due to the remaining American primary sanctions including the financial institutions that trade using USD. They have restrictions for working with Iran. There are financial institutions active in the UK that have trade with Americans and use USD for their transactions. This reduces the possibility of cooperation between big international banks including British banks with Iran.  But I hope that confidence will increase in the future and financial institutions manage to work with Iran again and help make the JCPOA successful.

Q: There are problems with issuing visas like the middlemen that take advantage of the situation and make Iranians upset. What are the latest arrangements made by the Embassy to resolve the issue?

Of course part of the reason for resuming bilateral ties and normalizing relations was to make sure that the citizens and businessmen of the two countries could travel freely back and forth. Since we re-opened the visa service in Tehran in February 2016, the British government has tried hard to increase the number of appointments available to Iranians applying to travel to the UK. We started from small numbers as this process takes time to progress. Resuming normal activity and provision of a full visa service takes time. We were closed for four years from 2011.

I am pleased that we have made good progress and we will be able to offer more visa appointments in Tehran in the future. I know that the number of appointments available at the

moment is not commensurate with the demand from Iranian citizens. We do our best to eliminate any opportunity for the criminals to abuse the system.

Iran should also help to facilitate this. One of the ways to do so will be to make sure that the number of Iranian citizens who travelled and stayed illegally in the UK will return to Iran.

The ongoing discussions between the Iranian and British officials have progressed well, but the two sides still need to take some actions. Hopefully, as negotiations continue we will see an increase in the number of Iranians able to travel to the UK.

The other option available to Iranians is to apply from a third country such as Turkey or UAE. I appreciate that this is not ideal, but our eventual goal is to be able to offer more appointments here in Tehran.

Q: Ms. Teresa May made some comments two years ago during her visit to the region against Iran. Should we expect the UK to put all its eggs in the basket of the littoral states of the Persian Gulf or create a balanced relation between Iran and the other countries?

A: The UK has had old ties with many countries in the Middle East. We have had close cooperation with Gulf states and this is part of UK foreign policy. We have traditionally good ties with Iran and the UK has been willing to expand those ties since the JCPOA was concluded in order to use the relations for contribution to the peace, stability and welfare of the region.

The British government does not find contradiction between its ties with both sides of the Gulf. We can have close ties with all our partners and at the same time maintain relationships across the region. We work to reduce any political problems and differences that we face in the Middle East in favour of strengthening bilateral relations.

Q: What is the UK’s policy toward the countries that violate the JCPOA?

A: The JCPOA is an agreement among five permanent members of the UNSC as well as Germany, the EU and Iran. Thus it is an agreement made by all these parties and is well supported by them. The UK continues working with the partners that are committed to successful implementation of the JCPOA. We will also continue working with them all to encourage them to be faithful to the nuclear agreement of 2015 and its clearly specified terms and conditions.

Q: Why did the UK object to Iran’s purchase of yellow cake from Kazakhstan when everybody was for it? Was there a technical or political reason?

A: The JCPOA has defined clearly all technical limitations of Iran with regard to nuclear arms. Part of that is concerning yellow cake that Iran can buy and store. This was a very technical issue, but the main problem that the UK had with this in the joint committee was that London was not convinced that Iran needs that large volume of yellow cake from Kazakhstan and that is why the UK found it in contradiction with the JCPOA terms and conditions.

The Joint Committee of the JCPOA is held regularly and the opinions of the members are discussed explicitly. It is not right for me to discuss the details, but I have to say that the UK’s position has completely been for supporting successful implementation of the JCPOA.

Q: Are the technical questions and ambiguities in this regard still in place?

A: We have had transparent and constructive discussions with Iran and other members of the joint committee and have received clear answers from Iran. I am pleased that this is one of the areas of mutual cooperation that is progressing. 

Q: Is the UK completely against purchase of this consignment by Iran or will change its mind in the future?

A: Things could certainly improve and we continue our discussions. The issue of purchasing yellow cake is one of the many technical issues which have been raised in the regular meetings of the joint committee and I am confident that it will be discussed further.

Iran is able to raise similar issues, so do the other parties of the JCPOA and all have the right to express their views whether for or against it. This is why the joint committee is important and the UK continues contributing to it.

Q: The American President continues making comments against the JCPOA. Don’t you think that this approach by one of the parties to the nuclear agreement will damage the spirit of the agreement seriously?

A: I cannot talk about the position of the American government. What I would say is that the British government strongly supports the JCPOA. We work with our partners to contribute to the success of this agreement and to ensure that the financial and economic aspects of the agreement grow so that President Rouhani can demonstrate the positive effects of the JCPOA to the Iranian people.

The British government is fully and strongly committed to the successful implementation of the JCPOA because it believes that this presents the best option for the establishment of peace, stability, security and welfare for the region. The UK continues to have better ties with the Iranian government in order for Iran to return to its constructive and normal position in the international community.

Q: How did you feel when the Embassies re-opened in Iran and the UK and was your impression of the Iranian diplomats’ reaction to it?

A: I was very pleased about resuming diplomatic ties with Iran in September 2016 and both sides took important steps to support it in order to advance bilateral ties and cooperation, and help those relations reach a new level which is happening.

I work closely with my counterpart in London, Hamid Baeidinejad, who represents Iran very well to present Iran’s views and promote Iran’s position in the UK. Many Iranians live in the UK and I think that he supports them and their interests very well. As far as the British government is concerned, we are committed to upgrade bilateral ties to a new level and use the JCPOA as an infrastructure in doing so. We have different opinions in some cases such as regional conflicts and we need to have more discussions to find solutions to them and to be able to have a better understanding of our positions and manage to resolve difficult issues through diplomacy.

Q: You participated in the soccer match where Persepolis was exercising, are you interested in soccer?

A: Yes, I am very interested in soccer and I am happy that my son attended the training session in Tehran. I watch Iranian soccer matches and I am pleased to say that your national soccer team plays very well. I also congratulate you for qualifying the World Cup in Russia. I am looking forward to watching the matches involving Iran and British teams in Russia next year.

Mr. Hopton did not respond precisely to the question of naming his favourite Iranian or British soccer player, but added, “I don’t think that it is right to mention specific players but Iran’s performance in qualifying for the World Cup is an excellent achievement.”  When Iran was in China and I was watching the matches, Iranian team played very well and the atmosphere was very good as the players were very good. I enjoy watching football.

Q: What do you think about Dr. Zarif as an expert diplomat?

A: I met Mr. Zarif. His role in the nuclear negotiations was very important. He showed what a skillful diplomat he is. He has a long experience in international relations, particularly when he was working at the UN in New York. I had the honour of meeting Mr. Zarif several times and we had very good discussions. I respect his diplomatic ability and find interaction with him very constructive.

Q: Mr. Obama and Mr. Kerry named the JCPOA a historical agreement, what do you think?

A: As my Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary said clearly, the UK finds the JCPOA a ‘massive achievement”. It is one of the most important new diplomatic achievements. The UK will remain committed to it.

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Tehran (ISNA) - Iranian documentary “Advantage” directed by Mohammad Kart will be screened at the 60th edition Dok Leipzig, Germany’s International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film.

The festival will be held from October 30 to November 5, 2017.

“Advantage” narrates the life of a few recovering homeless people who are struggling to improve their life conditions.

This will be the first international screening of ‘Advantage’ which is coproduced by Aban Askari and Mohammad Kart.

Founded in 1955, DOK Leipzig is the oldest documentary festival in the world. The International Leipzig Festival for Documentary and Animated Film is the largest German and one of the leading international festivals for artistic documentary and animated film as well as interactive storytelling.

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Tehran (ISNA) – Iranian President Hassan Rouhani stressed that his government was determined to develop cooperation friendly relations with neighboring countries, including Armenia, and there were no restrictions on this.

In a meeting with Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan on Tuesday, Rouhani described the two countries' relations and cooperation positive, saying, "Development of relations with Armenia, as a friend and neighboring country, has always been important for Iran".

Referring to the historical, cultural and civilization relations of Iran and Armenia in the region and the common positions of the two countries in various international stages, the president noted, "Today, political, social and cultural relations of Tehran and Yerevan are in good conditions, but in the field of business and economic relations and cooperation, more effort is needed to maximize the potentials of developing relations to serve the two nations".

He mentioned to Iran's readiness to provide more technical and engineering services and encourage the private sector, including in the field of roads, housing, dams and power plants in Armenia.

"Development of bilateral and multilateral cooperation and relations will be very important in strengthening regional relations," Rouhani said during the meeting, adding that Iran and Armenia could work together in different sectors, including energy, transit and industry.

Pointing out that Iran's membership in the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) has a key role to play in establishing new relations and cooperation in the region, the president said, "We need to build on the capacities and capabilities of the free trade zones on the borders of the two countries to develop cooperation and mobilize commercial and economic relations of Iran and Armenia".

He also emphasized the need for durable peace and stability in the region, saying, "Wars and intensification of regional disputes are not in the interest of any country, and all regional governments need to work for sustainable peace".

Rouhani also described the situation in the region, including Syria, Yemen and Iraq, alarming and said, "Resolving the issues and crises in each of the countries will bring happiness and benefit the whole region, and Iran and Armenia can cooperate well in this regard".

The Prime Minister of Armenia also referred to the necessity of developing relations and cooperation between the two countries in different sectors, saying, "We should use the potentials and capabilities in Iran and Armenia to maximize economic and commercial cooperation".

Referring to the good potentials of the free zones in the border of Armenia and Iran for the development of economic relations between the two countries, Karapetyan called for participation of more Iranian companies and investors in Armenia's free zones.

Pointing to the trilateral cooperation between Iran and Armenia with Georgia in the field of transit and with Turkmenistan in the energy sector, he emphasized the need for more joint cooperation commissions between the two countries to work to organize these relations.

Highlighting the position of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the international stages in the development of friendly relations among countries, Karapatian said, "Iran's balanced positions in resolving the issues of the region ensure peace and stability in the region".

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ایران و آلمان

Tehran (ISNA) – The Neu-Ulm University of Germany and Mashhad University of Medical Sciences have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for scientific and research cooperation.

The MoU was signed in the field of education, research and using joint capabilities for conducting scientific project and training students.

The funds required for each of the projects will be agreed separately.

The MoU is including the programs of exchanging students and faculty members in near future.

The Neu-Ulm University has already signed MoU with different countries such as China, Russia and Asian and African countries.

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Today it is not clear whether Trump is ready to confirm Iran’s commitment to the nuclear deal or he would just shatter it by not approving and giving it in to hands of the US congress. While his possible disapproval may be considered as a disaster, his possible approval could not be taken as so positive since he simply can refuse to accept it the next time. However, there is one thing to be sure about his behavior which is, to say, he is either really disordered at making decisions and dealing with others, or he wants to keep himself absolutely unpredictable.

Since the beginning of his term as the US president, he has not been capable of accomplishing none of his promises or denouncements no matter it was about Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton, republicans, congress, China, Mexico or even North Korea. Thus, there has been a wide gap between his speech and his actions, implying that either he has been disabled or he simply wants to cry out without engaging in real action, that in both cases, there is a very low possibility that he wants to dismantle JCPOA and becoming able to carry it out at the same time.

Moreover, the congress, which was a strong opponent of the nuclear deal against Obama, has not shown any concord with the way of Donald Trump, probably not so eager to endanger reputation of the United States by negating its own international commitments and losing the credibility of the U.S. against possible nuclear negotiations with North Korea, taking into account the current clash between Mr. Trump and republicans noticing that they have not supported him within a single case yet. Even military officials and hardliners such as James Mattis have opined the US may be better stay at the deal.

The overall picture is not so clear and its obscurity may not change soon. Even if Trump approves the deal this time, there will be another three months of uncertainty to the next time. Nevertheless, there is no sign of any support to annulling the nuclear deal except some countries in the region. Europeans including the UK have strongly insisted on their commitment to their word on the deal along with Russia and China. In the US, democrats mostly support the deal. Republicans are in favor of taking harder stance against Iran but not likely to back the way of Trump’s denouncement.

The uncertainty around so called nuclear accord is here to stay for long, but considering the wise play of Iran and other international players, it is very unlikely that Trump can really explode the deal and return the situation to what was before JCPOA, although he seems to continue his way of bullying, threatening and staying unpredictable.


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