Iran appoints five new ambassadors
Tehran, Iran's foreign ministry has appointed five new ambassadors to be sent to their place of missions, it was announced on Tuesday.
The new ambassadors have been introduced as Hassan Ghashghavi, former deputy foreign minister for consulate, Majlis and Iranian repatriates who is going to Spain.
Mohammad Iravani, foreign ministry director general for Middle East and North Africa, is new Iran's ambassador to Kuwait.
Moreover, Morteza Abotalebi, Iran's former ambassador to Uganda, is Iran's new ambassador to Romania, Mohammad-Reza Nafar, deputy foreign minister for commonwealth countries, is to be sent to Bangladesh and Akbar Khosrawinejad, head of foreign ministry department for west of Africa is to be sent to Sierra Leone.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA