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Serbia backs JCPOA, wishes Tehran success in Vienna talks: FM
Serbian Foreign Minister Nikola Selaković reiterated his country's support for the Iran nuclear deal, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and wished success for Tehran in the ongoing Vienna talks.
Tehran, Belgrade stress expansion of agricultural ties
Iranian Agriculture Minister Kazem Khavazi in a meeting with Serbia’s Foreign Minister Nikola Selakovic stressed the need to expand trade and agricultural relations between the two countries.
Tehran, Belgrade keen on boosting industrial, trade ties
Iran and Serbia agreed to expand cooperation in the fields of industry, mining, investment and increase the level of foreign trade.
Rouhani: Iran ready to work with Serbia in COVID-19 fight
President Hassan Rouhani voiced Iran’s readiness to collaborate with Serbia in the combat to contain the coronavirus pandemic.
Iran, Serbia sign MoU to improve cooperation, international consultation
Iran and Serbia have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to enhance bilateral cooperation and hold consultations on regional and international issues.
Serbian PM stresses Belgrade willingness to boost ties with Tehran
Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabić in a meeting with Iran’s Ambassador in Belgrade Rashid Hassanpour on Thursday said her respective country was determined to expand and improve ties with Tehran, particularly in the fields of economic activities.
Serbia starts to clean up garbage-filled lake
Two barges sailed up and down a vast stretch of floating trash on the Potpecko artificial lake in Serbia, collecting tons of garbage that almost clogged the dam that crosses it.
Iran, Serbia seeking to improve agricultural ties
Iranian Ambassador to Serbia Rashid Hassanpour in a meeting on Thursday with Serbian Agriculture Minister Branislav Nedimovic discussed existing potentials in the two countries to boost mutual cooperation.
US withdrawal from JCPOA eliminated all its positive effects: Serbian speaker
President of Serbian National Assembly Ivica Dacic said the US withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear agreement eliminated all its positive effects and replaced them with a crisis.
Montenegro, Serbia expel each other's ambassadors
Montenegro and Serbia expelled each other's ambassadors, both countries' foreign ministries said, in a move likely further to strain already tense relations between two former Yugoslav republics.
Iran, Serbia vow to broaden trade cooperation
Iranian Ambassador to Serbia Hassan Rashidpour and Serbian Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Tatjana Matic in a meeting in Belgrade stressed the need for the expansion of mutual cooperation in all areas.
Virtual panel on Iran-Serbia coproduction held
The first virtual panel on the Iran-Serbia cinematic coproduction was held with Miroljub Vuckovic and Mirko Bojovic from Serbia and Ali Mosaffa and Ra’ed Faridzadeh from Iran.
EU warns Serbia over Al-Quds embassy move
The EU voiced “serious concern and regret” on Monday over Belgrade’s commitment to move its embassy in Israel to Al-Quds (Jerusalem), casting a shadow over the resumption of Serbia-Kosovo talks.
Palestine ‘victim of Trump electoral ambitions’: PLO official
Palestinians slammed decisions’ by Serbia to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Al-Quds and Kosovo to recognize Israel, suggesting they were more to bolster US President Donald Trump's reelection prospects in two months while victimizing Palestine.
Iran, Serbia hold talks to develop trade ties
The head of Iran’s Trade Promotion Organization (TPO), Hamid Zadboum, and Serbian Ambassador to Tehran Dragan Todorovic exchanged views on the problem of money transfers in bilateral trade, efforts to reestablish direct flights from Tehran to Belgrade, and also issues relating to agriculture and tourism.

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