Blind terrorism does not affect the Iranian tourism industry
Blind terrorist activities would have no effect on Iran's flourishing tourism industry, says the deputy head of the Cultural Heritage, Crafts, and Tourism Organization.
The country's tourism industry is on the fast track and it is on the way to development with an even higher speed, said Morteza Rahmani Movahed on Saturday.
Rahmani Movahed, referring to the twin terrorist attacks of July 7 against the Iranian parliament and Imam Khomeini's Mausoleum, said terrorists were following to achieve political goals.
"It was an attempt by the terrorists to show," he said.
"Iran's flourishing tourist activity will not be affected by such attacks," he added.
Rahmani Movahed then continued praising Iran's permanent security and said that the security and safety that foreign and foreign tourists find in Iran are the results of sacrifices made by the country's military and police forces.