How the Iranian nuclear deal has tied US hands
Author of the following article is Mohsen Moheimany, PhD Student at the School of Law & Government at Dublin City University. You can read excerpts here. ISNA recently reported this comment from Javad Zarif, the Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs: "For a year and two months, Trump has been saying that he will undermine the nuclear deal with Iran, but has not done it yet because he knows the cost of doing it".
Turkish company investment in Izeh Petrochemicals
An MoU has been signed between Khuzestan Province Governorate, southwestern Iran, and the Turkish Gama Enerji company. At the signing ceremony, Turkish Gama Enerji representative acting on behalf of the CEO relayed his company’s interest in investing in Khuzestan, and said: “Our company began its activities in Iran 18 months ago and we have been interested in making a large investment here.”
Iran-Germany sign technical cooperation agreement
A trilateral cooperation agreement was signed between Iran's Technical and Vocational Training Organization, Iran Chamber of Commerce, and Germany’s Training and Skills Development Foundation for the implementation of the cooperation plan on professional and vocational training.
“Tanav’o” diversity festival for Iranian arts
“Tanav’o” diversity festival for the Iranian arts has been organized by a group of Persian speaking Germans in Hamburg, Germany, and includes a play, films, concerts, and works by visual artists from Iran. “Tanav’o” is a festival for the arts of Iran. A group of young Germans who have studied Persian literature have endeavored to organize a festival to introduce Iran and its arts. They are fluent in Persian and have spent the last three years working and organizing the first edition of the festival.
International scientists travel to Iran
Over the past eleven months, 230 foreign scientists have traveled to Iran to expand scientific cooperation with this country. Speaking at the Iran-German Science Day at the University of Science and Technology in Tehran, Hossein Salar-Amoli said: “Over the past eleven months, 230 scientists from Germany, Austria, Italy, and China have traveled to Iran for extensive scientific cooperation.”
Health Ministry concludes 150 projects with Germany
The Research Deputy at the Ministry of Health and Education has announced the conclusion of over 150 research projects with Germany, and said: “Most of the joint projects to be conducted with the German Ministry of Health are cancer research projects.”
Dr med, Deputy Malekzadeh, added: “The Ministry of Health has conducted many joint research programs with Germany over the years and a number of the 22 scientific research projects reviewed at the Science Day ceremony also belong to the Ministry of Health.”
“Tiki-taka” by Atila Pesyani
“Tiki-taka” by Atila Pesyani will go on stage at Termeh Festival in Germany on 1 March 2018. The play was staged in Tehran six years ago. Termeh Festival in Munich is hosting the play next month.
Leading investors in Iran
Published statistics on the process of attracting foreign direct investment during the first nine months of this year indicate that Afghanistan with sixteen projects, Turkey with six projects, China and Germany each with five projects, and France with four projects rank first in injecting money to Iran’s industry, mining and trade sector.
Iran and Germany sign nuclear cooperation agreement
A bilateral cooperation agreement has been signed between Iran and GRS of Germany in the presence of German Ambassador to Iran, Michael Klor-Berchtold, and the Head of Iran Nuclear Safety Center, Hojatollah Salehi.
Iranian movies at the Berlinale
On 17 February 2018, the Berlin Film Festival will screen “Invasion” by ShahramMokri and “Damascus time” by EbrahimHatamikia, both from Iran.
Fajr Visual Arts Festival hosts 39 artists from 15 countries
The 10th international section of Fajr Visual Arts Festival will host 67 works by 39 artists from 15 countries this year in various visual art fields alongside its other sections.
Fereydoun Majlessi: Trump is seeking war with Iran
In an interview with the Persia Digest reporter, former Iranian diplomat Fereydoun Majlessi, has answered questions about the future of the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement, officially known as the JCPOA. Majlessi is presently a foreign policy and international affairs analyst.