Oct 29, 2021, 2:07 PM
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Iranian expatriates can help make brighter future for Iran

Tehran, IRNA – An Iranian deputy foreign minister has stressed that application of capabilities, talents and expertise of Iranian diaspora can create a more brilliant future for the Islamic nation.

Kazem Sajjadi, Deputy Foreign Minister for Consular, Parliamentary and Expatriates' Affairs, made the remarks in a meeting with some Iranians in Minsk, Balarus.
Conveying greetings from Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian, Sajjadi referred to attempts made by the Iranian Foreign Ministry to save lives of a few Iranian migrants stranded near border areas of Balarus and Poland, saying that such an important issue needs deep study.
He went on to say that the expatriates’ connection to their homeland should be kept, underlining the need for utilizing capacities of Iranians living abroad.
The Islamic Republic of Iran succeeded in overcoming all foreign pressures such as illegal sanctions; so, it can make a brighter future if capabilities, talents and expertise of Iranian expatriates are being used, because there are several diasporas, who are studying and preforming in important fields such as medicine, engineering or trading, Sajjadi noted.
President Ebrahim Raisi has attached great importance to the application of capacities of Iranian expatriates, he said, hoping that the cabinet is going to hold a meeting with the members of the Supreme Council of Iranians Abroad in the near future.
Iranian students, engineers, physicians and tradesmen, participating the meeting with Sajjadi in Minsk, expressed their views on problems for businessmen and suggested for reviewing of certain university majors in Belarus.
Three Iranians, who survived after being stranded for a week near Belarus-Poland borders, took part in the event.


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