Envoys of 50 countries visit historic monuments in Iran's Shush
Ambassadors of 50 countries to Tehran Friday evening visited historic monuments of Choqa-Zanbil of Shoush in north of Iran's Khuzestan Province.
According to IRNA, the top diplomats from five continents around the globe who were in the province to get acquainted with the economic, cultural, industrial, tourism, and naval capabilities of Iran's Khuzestan Province in the evening visited the historic monuments of some cities in the northern parts of the province.
The Ambassador of Palestine Salah Zawavi said on the sidelines of his visit of the ambassadors' visit of Choqa-Zanbil monuments of Shush in an interview with IRNA, "Iran is an advanced country and Khuzestan is a unique province with a very rich and attractive natural habitat."
He added, "Saddam regime war against Iran was great injustice against both the Iranian and the Iraqi nations, and if he had not launched that war, beyond doubt with the unity of the two countries the holy Qods would have been freed today."
Kyrgyzstan's Ambassador Nourjan Toursin Beigove, too, told IRNA, "Khuzestan Province enjoys good weather and very has beautiful and unique tourism attractions, such as the Choqa-Zanbil historic monuments, which are in need for introduction to the other world nations, particularly the other Muslim nations."
Ambassadors of fifty countries, including Cuba, Nigeria, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Russia, China, Japan, Malaysia, Armenia, Czech, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and some other countries were present at the tour of Khuzestan Province, along with their family members on Friday.