TEHRAN, Dec. 10 (MNA) – Iran’s FM has attended South African embassy in Tehran, signs Nelson Mandela’s book of condolence.
Mehr News reported that Mohammad Javad Zarif signed Mandela’s book of condolence in South African embassy in Tehran. The embassy has opened Mandela’s book of condolence so that the public could sign the book. The book will remain open for a week.
A number of cultural figures, celebrities and general citizens had signed and write on the book of condolences.
Mohammad Shariatmadari is in South Africa to attend the funeral ceremony of Nelson Mandela, South African first black president and anti-Apartheid leader, to be held today.
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