Tehran and Caracas signed new memorandums of understanding to expand cooperation in the energy sector in the face of economic sanctions imposed on both countries, the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) reported.
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Javad Owji, Iran’s Oil Minister, and Pedro Rafael Tellechea, his Venezuelan counterpart, signed deals to expand bilateral cooperation in the energy sector.
IRNA reported on April 16 that while visiting Caracas, Javad Owji signed…
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The Iranian Foreign Minister arrived in Caracas, the capital of Venezuela, on Friday, February 3, 2023.
Iran Press/ America: The relations between Iran and Venezuela date back more than 100 years; yet in the 1960s, the Latin American…
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The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and the Islamic Republic of Iran have agreed to deepen their mutual cooperation in matters of science, education, technology, and energy security, the South American country's Minister of Science and…
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Britain’s High Court has denied the Venezuelan government's access to its nearly $2 billion worth of gold reserves held in the Bank of England, ruling in favor of the country’s US-sponsored opposition figure Juan Guaidó.
After a four-day…
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