Mogherini: JCPOA regional and European pillar of security
Federica Mogherini, High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/Vice-President of the European Commission, met today in Brussels with Ali Akbar Salehi, Vice-President of Iran and Head of the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran (AEOI), in the margins of the third EU-Iran High-level Seminar on International Nuclear Cooperation: Achievements and Prospects.
Iran-EU to expand nuclear collaboration
The third EU-Iran High-level Seminar on International Nuclear Co-operation: Achievements and Prospects was held in Brussels on 26-27 November 2018. The seminar provided a platform for follow-up of the two previous seminars, including fruitful high‑level exchanges on how to advance peaceful nuclear co-operation, as foreseen under Annex III of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which makes an essential contribution to the successful implementation of the overall JCPOA.
Salehi warns EU: Iran patience running out
Iran’s nuclear chief said on Tuesday he was warning the European Union’s top diplomat that Iranian patience was running out on the bloc’s pledges to keep up oil trade despite U.S. sanctions.
Iran among safest countries in the world
- Iran is as safe as the UK when it comes to security, according to a new interactive map showing the risk level around the world.
Is Iran a safe destination for tourists?
One of the most important questions on the minds of tourists interested in traveling to the Orient, especially to Middle Eastern countries, is whether these are safe destinations. Iran is a special country with a wide range of natural and cultural attractions. Its high, barely seen tourism potentials make it a perfect destination for tourists.
The encounters of an American tourist in Iran
John is an American tourist who is visiting Iran for the second time. This is what he has posted on his Instagram page about the country: “I hope I can show everyone that Iran is not a scary place after I have traveled 3000kms in 75 days. More importantly, the people of this country are not terrorists. They may be terrible drivers, but in no way are they terrorists.”
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.