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Iran, Cuba call for further cooperation on health, medical areas

During a visit to Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines, and Agriculture (ICCIMA) by a visiting Cuban trade delegation, the two sides highlighted the significance of further health and medical cooperation between Tehran and Havana.


Iran to barter crude oil for grains from Cuba

Iran will barter its crude oil for grain shipments from Cuba as part of agreements reached between senior officials from the two countries in recent weeks, says a senior Iranian Foreign Ministry official.


Cuba seeks Iran’s help to expand its mines

Cuba is seeking Iran’s help to expand its mining and metals sector as the two countries move to raise their economic cooperation to a new level.

Mine and Industry

Cuban deputy PM to visit Tehran for economic talks

Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Diplomacy Mehdi Safari announced that Cuban Deputy Prime Minister Ricardo Cabrisas Ruiz is due to visit Tehran at the head of an economic delegation to enhance ties.


Cuban ambassador to Tehran visits Iran Chamber of Commerce

Cuban Ambassador to Iran Alberto Gonzalez Casals visited Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines, and Trade (ICCIMA) where he met with ICCIMA President Gholam Hossein Shafei on April 19, 2022.

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Iran, Cuba willing to boost economic ties

President of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines, and Agriculture (ICCIMA) Gholam Hossein Shafei and Cuban Ambassador to Iran Alberto Gonzalez Casals, in a meeting in Tehran on Tuesday, underlined the need for the removal of obstacles on the way of transportation between the two countries.

Iran Chamber

Iran’s Pasteur Institute, Cuba’s Finlay Institute to mass produce Covid vaccine

Iran and Cuba plan to create the capacity for the mass production of doses of a vaccine, named Soberana 2, to contain the coronavirus pandemic amid crippling sanctions imposed on the two countries by the administration of former US President Donald Trump.

Society Economy

Club of sanctioned countries: potential bloc against US ‘economic terrorism’

Iran has been resisting the US sanctions following the 1979 Islamic Revolution. 40 years on, many other countries are also suffering and withstanding those punitive measures. Now, Tehran is proposing that all these US-sanctioned countries join a club to better coordinate their efforts against its "economic terrorism".



Cuba’s doors are open to Iranian private sector businessmen: Envoy

Cuban Ambassador to Iran Alexis Bandrich Vega says Iran has a great opportunity to strengthen trade ties with the Caribbean island nation because the country depends very much on foreign trade.


Iran-Cuba business forum at ICCIMA in pictures

Cuban Ambassador to Iran Alexis Bandrich Vega and Cuban Embassy’s First Secretary and Commercial Counselor Tania Causse presented business opportunities to Iranian businessmen and women in a bid to lure Iranian investment.

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