Islamabad (IP) - As Iranians head to the polls for the country's 14th presidential election, the ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Pakistan, Reza Amiri-Moghadam, emphasized the significance of this historic day.

Iran PressAsia: In an exclusive interview with Iran Press, Amiri-Moghadam stated that the presidential election is one of the most important elections in the history of the Islamic Republic of Iran. The ambassador noted that the election is being held in five polling stations across Pakistan, located in Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, and Quetta.

The election comes at a critical juncture for Iran, following the martyr of President Ebrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash last month. The snap election, called to replace Raisi, is being closely watched both within Iran and internationally. 

Amiri-Moghadam's comments underscore the significance of this election for the Iranian people and the country's future direction. As Iranians cast their ballots, the world will be closely monitoring the outcome and its implications for the region and global affairs. The ambassador's remarks provide a glimpse into the importance that the Iranian government places on this election, which will shape the policies of the Islamic Republic in the years to come.


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