Nasim— Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt announced in his twitter account that is heading to Isfahan, to visit “UNESCO World Heritage,” to start his four-day visit aimed at bolstering Iran’s interim nuclear deal with the West.
“Taking off for Isfahan in Iran after a couple of hours of interesting talks with friends in Istanbul; Isfahan has UNESCO World Heritage,” he wrote.
Erik Zsiga, Swedish Foreign Ministry Spokesman, called the visit an “opportunity for us to weigh in so that the temporary deal becomes permanent.”
By Nasim Online
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