Iran IP Office Reduces Working Hours amid Coronavirus Outbreak

08 Mar 2020

TEHRAN - In light of the coronavirus outbreak in Iran, the Intellectual Property Office announced that it has decided to temporarily decrease working hours. The office decided to close its doors at 1 PM, and it may have to cease operations until further notice, if coronavirus continues to spread in the country.

While the situation is unpredictable, we assure our clients that our services remain uninterrupted in Iran, and they may still send us their instructions and queries to AGIP Iran Office at iran@agip.com; all their instructions and deadlines will be listed and inserted into our follow-up system.

We are monitoring the situation closely and will inform you immediately once further updates are received from the Intellectual Property Office.


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