The 10th of Ordibehesht, the second month on the Iranian calendar, has been designated as the National Persian Gulf Day.

Iran (IMNA) - The occasion which usually falls on April 10, represents the anniversary of a historical event; Shah Abbas I of Safavid have Portuguese occupiers driven out from the strait of Hormuz in the 1622 capture of Ormuz.

Each year, Iranian celebrate its historical identity to show unto the world that Persian Gulf remains Persian Gulf forever.  In recent years, some certain Arab states have tried hard to rename it into the Arab Gulf, however their dream will never come true.

Happy Persian Gulf Day.

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