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Germany, France and the UK have officially set up a payment channel with Iran called INSTEX, to help continue trade and circumvent US sanctions. The long-awaited special payment system will help save the Iran nuclear deal by allowing Tehran to keep trading with EU companies despite Washington re-imposing sanctions after US President Donald Trump abruptly ..
Topics: Decades • Foreign relations • Foreign relations of Iran • In Iran • Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges • Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action • Nuclear energy in Iran • Nuclear program of Iran • Politics by country • Politics of Iran
India decides to place four more reactors under International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) safeguards
India has decided to place four more reactors under the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) safeguards. Accordingly, two Russian-designed Pressurised Light Water Reactors and two Pressurised Heavy Reactors being built with Indian technology will be covered. With this, a total of 26 Indian nuclear facilities will be under the international nuclear energy watchdog IAEA. This ..
Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or JCPOA is an agreement of China, France, Germany, Russia, the UK, the US and the European Union (EU) with Iran signed in 2015. Features of the pact: As per the agreement, Iran agreed to make certain changes to its nuclear programme to ensure it does not threaten the regional stability. In ..
Topics: Economy of Iran • Foreign relations of Iran • In Iran • Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action • Marketing • Nuclear program of Iran • OPEC • Politics by country • Politics of Iran • Price of oil • Sanctions against Iran
Hassan Rouhani has been officially sworn-in as the 7th President of Iran for his second term on August 3, 2017. Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamanei gave his official approval for the president-elect by giving him a decree to assign him his duties. Rouhani won re-election in May 2017, after securing 57% of the votes ..
Topics: Government of Iran • Hassan Rouhani • In Iran • Iranian presidential election • Islamic branches • Islamic Consultative Assembly • Nuclear program of Iran • Oath of office • Rouhani • Sadeq Larijani • Twelvers
US imposed more sanctions on Iran to weaken its oil export dependent economy. It imposed Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability, and Divestment Act of 2010 (CISADA) and put penalizing action against those who continued to maintain ties with Iran. Due to sanctions, Bank of Kunlun in China and Elaf Islamic Bank in Iraq were punished for ..
Topics: Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability, and Divestment Act • Economic sanctions • Economy of Iran • International Relations • Nuclear program of Iran • Politics by country • Politics of Iran • Sanctions against Iran • United States sanctions against Iran