Iranian Regime Delegation Heading to New York


Controversial Iranian Regime official Esfandiar Rahim-Mashai has applied for a visa to the US. Rahim-Mashai’s daughter is married to Ahmadinejad’s son Mahdi, a civil engineer in Iran. Mahdi is pictured above on the far left. That’s Mrs. Ahmadinejad in the white sheet.

Banafsheh Zand Bonazzi reported this at The Tatler:

While the Iranian regime’s propaganda apparatus continues to call the U.S., ‘The Great Satan’, BBC Persian reveals that Esfandiar Rahim-Mashai, Ahmadinejad’s highly controversial chief of staff, has applied for a U.S. visa in order to travel to New York with a political delegation.

The Beeb writes:

“In an interview with the BBC, a high ranking official from the U.S. Department of State who wished to remain anonymous, has confirmed that an Iranian political delegation has applied for visas in order to travel to New York. Reliable sources have informed the offices of BBC Persian in Washington that the delegation will be headed by Esfandiar Rahim-Mashai. The aim of the delegation’s trip is to participate in the United Nations’ Earth Day which coincides with Norooz (the Iranian New Year) and according to the anonymous State Department source, it is likely that various meetings with American officials to discuss the prospect of the improvement of relations between the two countries will also take place. The U.S. Department of State has not yet announced whether the visa applications have been granted.”

Back in September Rahim-Mashai, whose daughter is married to Ahmadinejad’s son, accompanied Ahmadinejad to New York City for the U.N. General Assembly session.

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