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The Iranian Foreign Ministry has summoned Poland’s charge d'affaires in Tehran over the country’s bid to co-host an anti-Iran conference in Warsaw.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has lashed out at an anti-Iran conference due to be held by the US in the Polish capital of Warsaw next month, describing it as a “desperate circus” that will disgrace the participants.
Certain individuals have possibly been trying to smuggle out of Iran old tombstones of Poles at an historical cemetery in the capital, Tehran.
Iranian Foreign Ministry has released the names of new representatives and ambassadors appointed to ten countries and international bodies across the world.
Iran’s president says showing commitment to the Iran nuclear deal can be a base to establish closer cooperation between Iran and the European Union, and this will in turn ensure peace and security in the region and the world.
A play named “Isfahan, the City of Polish Children” written by the Iranian dramatist Mohammad Charmshir and choreographed by Roxana Mehrafzun will be staged in City Theatre of Tehran from November 27 to December 3.
The Iranian-Islamic mourning plays known as Ta'zieh is going to be performed in a number of German and Polish cities as of Thursday, October 5.
Iran is set to hold a number of events to mark the 75th anniversary of hosting the Polish who took refuge in the central Iranian city of Isfahan during the World War II.
Efforts are underway to restore the cemetery of World War II Polish refugees in northern Iranian port city of Bandar Anzali.
Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski hailed Iran’s historical importance for Poland, and underscored that Tehran is an important political and economic partner for the European country, “an important state in an important region.”
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Polish counterpart Witold Waszczykowski discussed a range of issues at a meeting in Warsaw, and signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on periodic political consultation between the two countries.
At a ceremony in Warsaw attended by Iran’s Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli, a number of Polish officials and veterans paid homage to the Iranian nation for hosting a huge number of Polish refugees who had fled from the Second World War more than 70 years ago.
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