Monday 25 June 2018 - 14:24

Dr. Mohsen SHATERZADEH

CEO & Chairman of TOPCO (Tadbir Ovard Payvar Co.)


Assistant Professor

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Iran's Ambassador to Brazil Mohsen Shaterzadeh Tehran's Ambassador to Brasilia says the Brazilian government's stance on Iran's nuclear issue is consistent with former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's foreign policies. Mohsen Shaterzadeh said the US and its allies launched an unsuccessful campaign to mar Iran's relations with Brazil when Dilma Rousseff took office in January this year. “Over the recent months some jealous, menacing sources have -- by fabricating news --tried to create ambiguities in the positive atmosphere of bilateral cooperation between Iran and Brazil,” IRNA quoted Shaterzadeh as...

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Madrid, Jan 11, IRNA – Iran’s Ambassador to Brazil Mohsen Shaterzadeh said that despite US pressures on Iran, the Islamic Republic enjoys active presence in the Latin American region.   Talking to IRNA, he announced that Tehran-Brasilia trade exchanges enjoyed an increase of 88 percent in 2010 compared to the preceding year. He reiterated that the unprecedented increase occurred in spite of the US pressures...

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Madrid, Jan 8, IRNA – Iran’s Ambassador to Brazil Mohsen Shaterzadeh said on Saturday that Tehran-Brasilia trade exchanges enjoyed an increase of 88 percent in 2010 compared to the preceding year. Talking to IRNA, he added that the unprecedented increase occurred in spite of the US pressures and anti-Iran sanctions. The Brazilian government has repeatedly announced its protest against anti-Iran sanctions which are beyond the UN Security Council’s resolutions, the envoy added. The two sides are interested in further expansion of all-out cooperation, he said that bilateral trade exchanges...

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The ambassador of Iran in Brazil, Mohsen Shaterzadeh, affirmed this Thursday that Brazil didn´t offer political asylum to the Iranian Sakineh Ashtiani, contradicting what Chancellor Celso Amorim said in the beginning of the week. According to Shaterzadeh, there was no formal offer of asylum or political refuge. The Iranian ambassador emphasized that this issue concerns only to Iran. Celso Amorim affirmed that the decision of allowing the asylum of Ashtiani in Brazil would be good for the image of the country. In the evaluation of the Iranian, the global repercussion of the issue is a way of...

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BRASILIA, Brazil: Iran's ambassador to Brazil says Tehran wants the Latin American nation and its president to play a role in any nuclear talks. Ambassador Mohsen Shaterzadeh also says his country will insist that any negotiations be based on a nuclear-fuel swap deal brokered by Turkey and Brazil in May.That deal has been rejected by the United States and other nations pressuring Iran over its nuclear program.Shaterzadeh told the state-run Agencia Brasil news agency Friday that Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva brings the "hope and support" of developing nations to the discussion.Iran says its nuclear program is for...

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TEHRAN (FNA)- Any future talks and negotiations with the West over Iran's nuclear program should be based on the Tehran Declaration endorsed by Iran, Turkey and Brazil on the swap of nuclear fuel between Tehran and potential suppliers, Iranian ambassador to Brasilia said. Iran will insist that any negotiations be based on a nuclear-fuel swap deal brokered by Turkey and Brazil in May, Mohsen Shaterzadeh said on Friday. Shaterzadeh also underlined that said Tehran wants...

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Ivanir Bortot and Renata Giraldi Reporters Agência Brasil Brasília – The Iranian ambassador in Brazil, Mohsen Shaterzadeh, refutes the Idea that the relationship between Brazil and Iran is based only on the friendship between presidents Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. In an exclusive interview with Agência Brasil reporters, the ambassador declared that no matter who succeeds Lula the tendency is for Brazil-Iran ties to increase. In Shaterzadeh’s opinion Brazil and Iran have complementary economies and for that reason there is no reason not get closer. “Our view is that the relationship is not based only on...

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Iran's ambassador in Brazil, Mohsen Shaterzadeh, refutes the idea that the relationship between Brazil and Iran is based only on the friendship between presidents Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The ambassador declared that no matter who succeeds Lula the tendency is for Brazil-Iran ties to increase. In Shaterzadeh's opinion Brazil and Iran have complementary economies and for that reason there is no reason not get closer. "Our view is that the relationship is not based only on friendship. It goes far beyond that," said the diplomat. "Of course, the...

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Talking to Brazil's government news agency Agência Brasil, the Iranian ambassador in Brazilian capital Brasília, Mohsen Shaterzadeh, declared that Sakineh Ashtiani, 43, an Iranian widow who had been sentenced to death by stoning for adultery, will not be allowed to leave Iran. The ambassador said that a formal offer from Brazil of asylum or political refugee for her had not been received by the Iranian government. Shaterzadeh explained that as the widow is an Iranian citizen there is no possibility of any other country being part of the process. The ambassador...

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Iran's ambassador to Brazil says Tehran wants the Latin American nation and its president to play a role in any nuclear talks. Ambassador Mohsen Shaterzadeh also says his country will insist that any negotiations be based on a nuclear-fuel swap deal brokered by Turkey and Brazil in May. That deal has been rejected by the United States and other nations pressuring Iran over its nuclear program. Shaterzadeh told the state-run Agencia Brasil news agency Friday that Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva brings the "hope and support" of developing nations to the discussion. منبع: updates 

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Brasília – In an exclusive Agência Brasil interview, the Iranian ambassador in Brazil, Mohsen Shaterzadeh, declared that Sakineh Ashtiani, 43, an Iranian widow who had been sentenced to death by stoning for adultery, will not be allowed to leave Iran. The ambassador denied that a formal offer from Brazil of asylum or political refugee for her had not been received by the Iranian government. Shaterzadeh explained that as the widow is an Iranian citizen there is no possibility of any other country being part of the process. The ambassador claimed that the case had become an international cause célèbre because of manipulation by the...

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Flag of Brazil (Available at Wikimedia Commons)    Reaction to June 2009 Iranian Presidential Election: Although the Brazilian government did not immediately announce the issuing of a letter of congratulations to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad following his re-election in June 2009, Brazilian President Lula da Silva did felicitate his...

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Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu will travel to Tehran Sunday for talks with his Iranian counterpart on the country's disputed nuclear program, a Turkish diplomatic source said. "Mr Davutoğlu received a call from Mr Mottaki who invited him to come to Tehran as soon as possible, preferably to coincide with the visit of Brazilian President" Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, said the Turkish diplomat upon condition of anonymity. "We plan to leave tonight after midnight," the source added. Lula will be in Tehran on Sunday for a non-aligned summit that the United States and Russia have said might...

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Mohsen Shaterzadeh, ambassadeur d'Iran au Brésil. Malgré le dîner organisé jeudi 6 mai 2010 pour les membres du Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU, l’Iran ne semble pas avoir rassuré sur sa volonté de coopérer sur son programme nucléaire. Des sources diplomatiques européennes ont annoncé vendredi que le groupe des Six, les cinq membres permanents du Conseil de sécurité plus l'Allemagne, préparent une nouvelle série de sanctions contre la République islamique. ...

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Iranian technicians are seen at the Isfahan Uranium Conversion Facilities (UCF), 420 kms south of Tehran in 2005. Iran is open to negotiating a key condition that has stalled a deal over a swap of its enriched uranium and raised the specter of UN sanctions, its ambassador to Brazil said Friday. Iran is open to negotiating a key condition that has stalled a deal over a swap of its enriched uranium and raised the specter of UN sanctions, its ambassador to Brazil said Friday.Iran now stands ready to discuss its demand that the...

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BRASILIA — Iran is open to negotiating a key condition that has stalled a deal over a swap of its enriched uranium and raised the specter of UN sanctions, its ambassador to Brazil said Friday.Iran now stands ready to discuss its demand that the swap happen on its territory, ambassador Mohsen Shaterzadeh told a media conference in Brasilia.While Tehran remained "firm" that any exchange of its uranium stocks for more highly enriched uranium from other countries be immediate, "a solution can be reached" on the condition that the swap happen on Iranian soil, he said.The words appeared to signal a softening of Tehran's position in a...

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BRASILIA (AFP)--Iran is open to negotiating whether a swap of enriched uranium takes place on Iranian territory, Iran's ambassador to Brazil said Friday. "A solution can be reached" on Iran's insistence that the swap happen on Iranian soil, said Ambassador Mohsen Shaterzadeh. The ambassador also said Iran remains "firm" that any exchange of its uranium stocks for more highly enriched uranium from other countries be immediate. The remarks appeared to signal a softening of Tehran's position in a standoff with Western powers over its nuclear program. Shaterzadeh said Tehran was "ready to move forward with this uranium swap operation, but the...

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Mohsen Shaterzadeh, ambassadeur d'Iran au Brésil. agenciabrasil.gov.br Par RFI Malgré le dîner organisé jeudi 6 mai 2010 pour les membres du Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU, l’Iran ne semble pas avoir rassuré sur sa volonté de coopérer sur son programme nucléaire. Des sources diplomatiques européennes ont annoncé vendredi que le groupe des Six, les cinq membres permanents du Conseil de sécurité plus l'Allemagne, préparent une nouvelle série de sanctions contre la République islamique. ...

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Tehran has widened its presence in Latin America to reduce the influence of the US in the region, Iranian Ambassador to Brazil Mohsen Shaterzadeh Yazdi said on Tuesday, describing South America as a battlefield of Iran-US confrontation. "Iran's powerful presence in Latin America is aimed at diminishing the US's influence in this region and we witness that the countries of this region welcome Iran's presence (in Latin America) since they are also in pursuit of the same goal," Shaterzadeh Yazdi said, addressing...

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IRI’s Ambassador to Brazil, Mohsen Shaterzadeh said that a new chapter in the relations between Iran and Brazil has opened and its main characteristic is death of unilateralism and coming up of new powers in the world which promises formation of a multilateral world. In a joint press conference in Brasilia with Brazilian ambassador to Tehran, he said that the era of a bipolar world has been ended and new powers have entered the international scene and Brazil is one of these powers. The IRI ambassador said the two countries are determined to expand relations in a short-term period. Shaterzadeh pointed to President...

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