Iran General NewsIran cuts trade with Denmark: Iranian minister

Iran cuts trade with Denmark: Iranian minister

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Reuters: Iran has cut all trade ties with Denmark because of the publication of satirical cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, Iranian Commerce Minister Massoud Mirkazemi was quoted as saying by the Iranian student news agency ISNA. TEHRAN (Reuters) – Iran has cut all trade ties with Denmark because of the publication of satirical cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, Iranian Commerce Minister Massoud Mirkazemi was quoted as saying by the Iranian student news agency ISNA.

“All trade ties with Denmark were cut,” he was quoted as telling a news conference.

He said from Tuesday Iran would stop any Danish goods from entering its customs areas. Iran imports $280 million worth of goods from Denmark a year.

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