Permanent flow of Zayandeh-Roud as the right of citizens

Chairman of Isfahan City Council, Reza Amini, stated: According to the pledge of the president, we hope that appropriate decisions will be made in order to fulfil this significant demand of Isfahan nation.

Reza Amini expressed his condolences over the death anniversary of the first religious supreme leader of Iran, Grand Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, and continued: Imam Khomeini performed a vast area of activities before and after the Islamic revolution. He brought Iranian nation from darkness into light”, Amini explained and added that the population of over 10 million people for his funeral was unique all over the world.

The necessity of efforts to protect the environment

The chairman of the city council then referred to June 5 as the World Environment Day, saying: The world’s determination to protect the environment was first become public by establishing the first world conference of the United Nations on the subject of “Human & Environment”. It is also known as Stockholm Convention which was officially introduced in 1972. “It was signed in the conference that healthy environment is equally recognized as human rights”, Amini declared.

Amini then pointed out: Iran also attended some of these conventions and protocols. The Environmental Protection Organization as the national reference is responsible for all the activities.   

Elsewhere in his speech, Amini mentioned the sad news of closing the flow of Isfahan’s Zayandeh-Roud River, confirming: According to the pledge of the president, we hope that appropriate decisions will be made in order to fulfil this significant demand of Isfahan nation.  

Isfahan’s handicraft represents Iranian genuine art

Referring to June 10 as The National Handicrafts Day, Reza Amini considered handicrafts as inspiring spirit to the current harsh life.

 He went on: One of the outstanding features of crafts is that it indicates culture and spirit of a nation. So crafts are not just goods to be traded, but also a way of creating cultural ties between nations.

He was quoted as saying: Isfahan is inevitably known as the cradle of handicrafts because it has long been introduced to the world as the representative of Iranian genuine art.  

So the virtue, art, perseverance, and satisfaction of Isfahani art have made its handicrafts not only famous around the city, but also very eye-catching among travelers and foreign tourists from all over the world.      

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