Hassan Ghashghavi

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Hassan Ghashghavi
Persian: حسن قشقاوی
Hassan Ghashghavi 2016
Hassan Ghashghavi 2016
Representative of the 4th session of the Islamic Majlis-ash-Shura And a member of the Foreign Policy Commission
In office
1993–1997
Iranian ambassador to Kazakhstan
In office
June 1996 – June 2000
Preceded byAlireza Bigdeli (Karvard)
Succeeded byMorteza Saffari
Representative of the Sixth Islamic Majlis-ash-Shura Rabat, Iran Karim's constituency
In office
June 2000 – June 2004
Preceded byMohammad Hassan Fadaifard
Iranian ambassador to Sweden
In office
September 2004 – June 2008
Preceded by1987-1992: Mehdi Danesh-Yazdi
Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran
In office
July 2008 – November 2009
Preceded byRamin Mehmanparast
Succeeded byMohammad Ali Hosseini
Iranian ambassador to Spain
Assumed office
2019
Preceded byMohammad Hassan Fadaifard
Personal details
Born (1957-04-22) 22 April 1957 (age 62)
Babol
NationalityIranian
Spouse(s)Qashqavi is married and has two children.
Alma materHe holds a bachelor's degree from Shahid Beheshti University, and has completed his course in Qom Seminary.

Hassan Ghashghavi or Qashqavi (Persian: حسن قشقاوی‎) is the current Iranian Ambassador to Spain. He is the former Deputy Foreign Minister of Iran.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][excessive citations] He previously served as Iran's foreign ministry spokesman.[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Anne Gearan (6 August 2014). "Iranian deputy foreign minister: Jailing of Post reporter is an internal matter". Washington Post.
  2. ^ "Hassan Ghashghavi". Trend.az.
  3. ^ Mahmoud Sarvari (2013-05-14). "Hassan Ghashghavi Asks Other Countries to Assist Islamic Republic". Pars Herald.
  4. ^ "Hassan Ghashghavi - Iran Pulse: Must-Reads from Iran Today". al-monitor.com.
  5. ^ "Deputy Foreign Minister Meets with the Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister in Consular affairs". mfa.gov.af.
  6. ^ "Abducted nuclear expert Shahram Amiri arrives in Tehran today". 2010-07-14.
  7. ^ "Hassan Ghashghavi". Zee News.
  8. ^ Ladane Nasseri (5 August 2015). "Iranian Exiles Are Having Second Thoughts". Bloomberg.com.
  9. ^ "Hassan Ghashghavi: Latest News, Photos, Videos on Hassan Ghashghavi - NDTV.COM". NDTV.com.
  10. ^ "Tehran Warns Malaysia Against Executing Iranians". RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty.
  11. ^ Saudi Gazette. "Hassan Ghashghavi". saudigazette.com.sa. Archived from the original on 2015-09-26.
Diplomatic posts
Preceded by
Mohammad-Ali Hosseini
Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran
2008–2009
Succeeded by
Ramin Mehmanparast