Foreign Ministry officials offer condolences at Iran’s Embassy on president’s demise

by | May 21, 2024 | 0 comments

MUSCAT – A number of officials from the Foreign Ministry today offered their condolences at the Iranian Embassy in Muscat on the death of Dr Ebrahim Raisi, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and the delegation that accompanied him in a helicopter crash in Iran’s north-western province of East Azerbaijan.

The officials were received at the embassy by Mousa Farhang, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the Sultanate of Oman, and members of the Iranian diplomatic mission.

They expressed their sincere condolences and sympathy to the embassy members, as well as the government and people of the Islamic Republic of Iran. They commended the role of the late President of the Republic and his Minister of Foreign Affairs in strengthening the bonds of fraternity and developing relations between Oman and Iran. They also affirmed the strength of Omani-Iranian bilateral relations.

The Iranian ambassador expressed deep thanks and appreciation for the gesture of the Foreign Ministry, hoping that relations between the two countries would continue to grow and prosper.

Sheikh Khalifa Ali Al Harthy, Undersecretary of the Foreign Ministry for Political Affairs, signed the Condolences Register. He wrote expressions of sympathy on behalf of the Foreign Ministry, praying to the Almighty Allah to bestow mercy and forgiveness on the late Iranian president and the delegation that accompanied him. He also expressed wishes of security and prosperity for the Islamic Republic of Iran.

(Source: ONA)

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