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Diplomat: Iran, Armenia to make joint film
IRNA –Iran and Armenia will start a joint cinematic project in the coming days, Head of the Department of Bordering Countries of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia said.
Iran’s six-month exports to Armenia increase
IRNA- Iran’s exports to Armenia increased 15 percent in the first half of the current Iranian year (March 21-October 22), compared to the corresponding figure for the preceding year, announced an official with Iran’s Trade Promotion Organization (TPO).
Renewed swap agreement to double Iran’s gas supply to Armenia
Iran will double its natural gas supply to Armenia under an extended gas-for-electricity swap deal that will run until early 2031.
Minister underlines creating new transit corridor from Armenia to Persian Gulf
Iranian Minister of Roads and Urban Development stressed the full readiness of Iranian companies for developing transportation between Iran and Armenia, and creating a new transit corridor between Armenia and the Persian Gulf through Nurdouz village in East Azarbaijan.
Iran pres. warns against foreign meddling in Caucasus
Iran’s President Ebrahim Raeisi has told Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan that the peace and security in the Caucasus region is of high importance to the Islamic Republic.
Iran’s pres. welcomes Armenian PM
Iran’s President Ebrahim Raeisi has officially welcomed visiting Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan in Tehran.
Iranian carmaker to launch production line in Armenia
A senior official from Iran’s Industry Ministry said an Iranian carmaker and a private investor in Armenia will team up to launch a car production facility in the Caucasian country.
FM slams West’s double standards on riots
The Iranian foreign minister lambasted the West for defending government action against riots in Europe and describing the same action in Iran as suppression, stressing that Iran won’t allow any party to jeopardize its national security.
Armenia, Azerbaijan FMs hold peace talks
The foreign ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan held talks in Geneva on a future peace treaty, officials in Baku and Yerevan said Monday, following recent deadly clashes between the arch foes.
Armenia eyes deepening partnership with Iran: Pashinyan
Armenia is taking the most practical steps possible to deepen its partnership with Iran, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan said during an interview, addressing Iran’s statements made in support of Armenia’s territorial integrity.
Armenia, Azerbaijan trade blame for new ceasefire violations
Armenia and Azerbaijan accused each other of breaking a fragile ceasefire agreement that had brought the worst fighting between the two ex-Soviet countries since 2020 to a close last week.
Azerbaijan, Armenia urged to end clashes after worst fighting since 2020
Iran, Russia, France and the United States called for calm after border clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan killed scores of soldiers on both sides and raised fears of another fully-fledged war.
Iran, Armenia discuss expansion of economic cooperation
Head of Iran’s Trade Promotion Organization (TPO) Alireza Peymanpak hosted a meeting with Armenia’s Deputy Economy Minister Narek Teryan in which the officials talked about a variety of areas for economic cooperation between the two countries.

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