Reporters from 29 countries to cover President’s endorsement
Tehran, August 2, - General Bureau at the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance said Wednesday that reporters from 29 countries are to give full coverage to the upcoming endorsement ceremony in Tehran on Thursday.
The official endorsement ceremony will be held in the presence of Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei at the Supreme Leader's compound.
Some 131 reporters and cameramen from 29 countries are to give a full coverage to the endorsement ceremony.
Reporters from Austria, Spain, Australia, Afghanistan, the UAE, the US, Britain, Italy, Azerbaijan, Germany, Turkey, China, Russia, Japan, Syria, Switzerland, Iraq, France, Palestine, Qatar, South Korea, Albania, Bulgaria, Pakistan, Moldova, Kuwait and Lebanon in 34 TV groups, 17 news agencies, one radio station, five journals, a news website and six international institutes are to give coverage to this international event.
The endorsement ceremony is to be held at the Supreme Leader's compound in Tehran on Thursday.
The swearing-In ceremony in Majlis will be held on Saturday in the presence of some 92 high-ranking political delegations.
After being in office for four years, Rouhani was granted by the Iranian nation to be reelected for another term as Iran's president.
Rouhani for the second time defeated the principlist camp in 2017 presidential election and was reelected on May 19 presidential election, sweeping over 23 million or 57 percent of the votes.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency