Visitors from 180 Countries Can Obtain Iran Visa on Arrival

Visitors from 180 Countries Can Obtain Iran Visa on Arrival


A senior Iranian authority says the Islamic Republic issues visa for nationals from 180 nations upon their landing in the Iranian air terminals.

Representative Foreign Minister for Consular, Parliamentary, and Expatriates’ Affairs Hassan Qashqavi announced nationals from 180 nations can get Iran’s visa on landing.

He additionally focused on that Tehran has repudiated visa necessities for nationals of a few nations as a component of its arrangements to lift tourism industry in the nation.

He underlined that the Islamic Republic of Iran tries to host 20 million travelers every year by 2025.

The authority repeated that presenting Iran’s vacation spots and limits is on top of the Iranian envoys’ motivation, IRNA revealed.

He additionally called for development of tourism foundations went for baiting more remote vacationers inside the nation.

As a nation that is finding a way to simplicity visa rules for outside visitors, Iran has been suggested as a top travel goal for 2017.

Iran, One of the most inviting countries in the world: report

Iran, One of the most inviting countries in the world: report

An analysis of the Passport Index shows that the simple visa requirements for the visit of the Islamic Republic of Iran have made it one of the most inviting countries in the world.

The ease with which a person can travel to another country depends on their passport. Some countries are able to leave visitors as others.

For example, anyone with a passport can visit Cambodia, which offers visas or visas upon arrival at all.

Traveling to Turkmenistan, on the other hand, will prove to be quite difficult for most. All passport holders must apply for a visa before making a trip.

The Passport Index – Welcoming Countries Rank 2017 explores how inviting each nation is based on the number of countries that they accept visa-free or with a visa upon arrival.

Below is a map of Al Jazeera, which shows which countries are the least and inviting of foreign visitors.

In this map, Iran is shown as one of the most inviting countries in the world:


Iran ready to cooperate with Muslim countries in medical science

Iran ready to cooperate with Muslim countries in medical science

Health Desk

Iran is ready to work with Muslim countries in medical science and transfer the expertise in this field, said Minister of Health and Medical Education.

Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi said at the Mashhad 2017 ceremony to mark the investment of the city as the capital of Islamic culture that Iran has made great progress in the scientific fields especially in medicine.

He took 16th place in scientific growth worldwide and for the first time in the number of registered articles in international centers.

He underlined the need to foster relations between the Muslim countries, particularly through the exchange of scientific experience and knowledge.
Muslim countries can pioneer in scientific production and scientific progress in the Union and solidarity, he said.

He also said the Health Overhaul Plan is one of the achievements of the current government. It has positive results, he added.

It led to a reduction in medical costs and was recognized twice by the World Health Organization, he said.

He said the insurance coverage for all Iranians has lowered medical costs by paying the village residents only three percent of medical costs, while urban residents pay six percent.

Qazizadeh called for effective cooperation between Muslim researchers and the Islamic educational, scientific and cultural organization (ISESCO).

The minister said Mashhad has invaluable experiences in health tourism. Annually, a remarkable number of people from neighboring nations travel to Mashhad to get health services, he added.

Mashhad 2017 aims to promote interactions with the Islamic world.

Mashhad was chosen as the Asian Islamic cultural capital of the world in 2017 by ISESCO.