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  • Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran in a series of tweets on Tuesday night, referring to his recent meeting with the Prime Minister of the UAE on the sidelines of the Baghdad Summit, stated that working with neighbors is a priority for Iran.

  • The Head of Iran Export Confederation said"Neighboring countries have been less affected by sanctions due to historical connections, and trade with them going on."

  • Deputy Head of Iran-Iraq Joint Chamber of Commerce says statistics show that Iran’s exports to Iraq in the last month of Iranian calendar year, Khordad, soared from $950m to $2.350b and it was almost doubled and this rise is not normal and it seems major part of exports belongs to gas revenues whose bill and payment in several months has been accumulated in the last month statitics.

  • OPEC+ agreed on Friday to add more oil to the market from August and extend the duration of their pact on their remaining production curbs for longer, even though the United Arab Emirates still opposed the extension, an OPEC+ source said.

  • Iran reacts to news of Iran's non-permanent membership in the Security Council

  • Abu Dhabi has started to issue travel visas for the Iranian nationals, which had been stopped due to the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Deputy Head of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) for International Affairs Mohammad-Reza Karbasi believes the trade between Iran and the UAE is a win-win one for both sides, adding both sides are fully aware of it and they should take advantage of capacities desirably.

  • The head of the Iran-UAE Joint Chamber of Commerce, Farshid Farzanegan told Sunday that relation between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the United Arab Emirates has improved and UAE officials have softened their stance on Iran.

  • “The bilateral trade between Iran and the UAE has not changed significantly,” the chairman of Iran-UAE joint chamber of commerce Farshid Farzanegan told ILNA.

  • Deputy Head of Iran Trade Development Organization Farhad Nouri said on Thursday that Iran has imported and exported goods worth 60 billion dollars since the beginning of the current Iranian year (stared on March 21 2019) despite economic sanctions and maximum pressure.