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From being the trusted voice on U.S.- Iran relations, to pushing forth legislation that protects individuals of Iranian heritage from systematic discrimination, to celebrating our cultural heritage, NIAC creates a lasting impact in the lives of the members of our community.
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Washington, DC – The National Iranian American Council sent a letter today to Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Secretary of Treasury Janet Yellen calling
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Protests have broken out in many Iranian cities after the government cut subsidies, causing food prices to jump. Meanwhile, the JCPOA negotiations have made progress after a senior EU diplomat visited Tehran, and Iran says it will execute a Swedish dual national.
The U.S. says it is prepared for either scenario of the JCPOA negotiations succeeding or collapsing. Meanwhile, the EU’s coordinator for the talks seeks to go to Tehran to bridge the remaining talks. Meanwhile, a Swedish citizen Iran faces execution as the trial of a former Iranian official ended in Sweden. Teachers also rallied across Iran once again to demand higher wages.