Mohammad Ali Hosseini

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Mohammad-Ali Hosseini
سید محمد علی حسینی
Ambassador of Iran to the Pakistan
In office
09 January 2020 – 7 June 2023
PresidentHassan Rouhani
Ebrahim Raisi
Preceded byMehdi Honardoost
Succeeded byReza Amiri-Moghaddam
Ambassador of Iran to Italy
In office
PresidentMahmoud Ahmadinejad
Preceded byFereydon Haghbin
Succeeded byJahanbakhsh Mozaffari
Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran
In office
10 September 2006 – 21 July 2008
PresidentMahmoud Ahmadinejad
Preceded byHamid-Reza Assefi
Succeeded byHassan Ghashghavi
Personal details

Mohammad-Ali Hosseini (Persian: محمد علی حسینی) was the deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran.[1] He was the Assistant to Minister for Foreign Affairs from 2017 until December 2019 and also vice minister of parliamentary affairs. he was formerly Ambassador of Islamic Republic of Iran to Pakistan.[2]

Seyed Mohammad Ali Hosseini in an exclusive interview with IRNA in Islamabad said Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi’s visit is considered very important at this critical time because Iran and Pakistan as two main neighbors of Afghanistan have been exposed to the consequences of the 20-year occupation of the country by the United States and its Western allies.[3]

With his efforts Pakistan and Iran Inaugurated the third border crossing point at Pishin Mand region in balochistan, The two countries inaugurated the Rimadan-Gabd border gateway in December last year, whereas the Taftan border has been operational for decades.[4]


  1. ^ "Iran: U.S., Britain, France violating NPT by helping Israel's nuclear program". Tehran Times. 6 May 2009. Retrieved 25 February 2011.
  2. ^ "Ambassador".
  3. ^ "Tehran, Islamabad desire peace, stability in Afghanistan: Iran envoy". 25 August 2021.
  4. ^ @HossainiSma (21 April 2021). "#IranPakistan political consultations in Tehran, #EconomicDiplomacy in border areas; Inauguration of the third bor…" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
Diplomatic posts
Preceded by Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran
Succeeded by