UK-Iran green energy deal
On 20 September 2017, Business Green writes: “Quercus inks major new agreement with Iran's Energy Ministry to build one of the
Re-entry into the nuclear deal with Iran is fast becoming a litmus test for Democrats hoping to challenge President Donald Trump in 2020.
An Iranian expert of international affairs believes: “The main challenges of Iran’s foreign policy in the next Iranian calendar year has more domestic than international roots, particularly in economic issues and increasing poverty.”
The Met Office has warned of flash floods in Tehran. All emergency, rescue, and security forces have been placed on red alert.
An expert of Iran’s housing market believes: “Iranians will spend a larger amount of their money to buy property in other countries and survive political and economic risks if dollar fluctuations increase in the next Iranian calendar year (to start on 21 March 2019).”
Christie’s has been auctioning works for some Iranian artists for a number of years now. This year, on its 25th anniversary in Dubai, Christie’s will be holding an auction titled "Modern and Contemporary Art in the Middle East" on 23 March 2019 in which twelve Iranian artists will be participating with eighteen works.
'Trump & Co try to take credit for the 'defeat of ISIS”—which was created & nourished by their invasion of Iraq & their fomenting of unrest in Syria,' Mohammad Javad Zarif tweeted on Monday.
Flash floods in southern Iran have killed at least 19 people and injured at least 100 more, officials say.
An Iranian professor of economics believes: “During the next Iranian calendar year (1398 HS), there will be severe price hikes on the forex and goods markets; considering the highly possible intervention of security and government forces in potential social and economic unrests, security will be intensified.”
Iran’s renowned Persepolis World Heritage Site has remained safe from the flash floods which have devastated Shiraz.
The CEO of the Performing Arts in Iran has announced that traveling theater troupes will soon leave for flood damaged areas to help cheer up the residents, especially the children, who have been caught up in the disaster.