Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian will leave for New York on Monday and will meet with representatives of the nuclear deal member-states
Media reports suggested that President Raisi expressed Iran’s sincere desire to strengthen its relations with the UAE
The UK Maritime Trade Operations said there was a “potential hijack” roughly halfway between Iran and the UAE on Tuesday
OPEC+ ministers are due to meet June 1 to consider the state of the market and the group’s production policy
The ban is effective immediately and will last until September 22
Talks between Iran and world powers will continue in Vienna this week to resolve outstanding issues
Some analysts estimate Iran could return to pre-sanctions production of almost 4 million barrels a day in as little as three months
The company is seeking between $7bn and $10bn of five, 10- and 30-year notes
The commercial vessel was slightly damaged in the attack, according to reports
The move follows an escalation in drone and missile attacks by the Houthis on the energy infrastructure and airports of the world’s largest oil exporter
Fujairah International Oil & Gas Corp claims it’s an intermediary seller of the cargo and that it is Iraqi oil
The guard corps took the ship to Bandar Abbas port in Iran
Several weapons and explosives have been confiscated at a house and a farm
Israel and the UAE disclosed on Thursday that they had decided to put aside decades of official animosity in favour of normalising ties
Tehran termed the pact as a strategic mistake
The deal is all about the UAE, Israel and the United States, says Gargash
Last week, the cabinet agreed to resume flights from Kuwait International Airport in three phases
Iran has sent the aircraft’s black boxes to France for analysis after months of delay
Border Guard officials said they were forced to fire warning shots at the boats
Missiles and a swarm of drones set off fires at the crude processing plant in Afif in May 2019, causing extensive damage and causing a spike in global oil prices
The flights operated to Afghanistan, Croatia, Egypt, Iran, Russia, Sudan, Somaliland and Thailand
Mohammed bin Salman was speaking to Time magazine for an April cover story
The country signed a 160,000 bpd deal with France’s total over the weekend
Several industries in Iran will see increasing investment
The International Monetary Fund expects Iran’s economy to expand 1.5 per cent in 2014.
South American nation Venezuela tops the list, followed closely by Saudi Arabia.
New York’s top bank regulator has threatened to revoke the bank’s state licence over alleged Iran ties.
New York’s top bank regulator has accused the UK-based bank of hiding $250 billion in transactions tied to Iran.
Supply from OPEC members fell by 450,000 barrels per day (bpd) in July to 31.2 million bpd, a survey has found.
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