Foreign Embassies in Iran Offer Rial Services Amid Currency Crisis
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Thursday, October 11, 2018

Foreign Embassies in Iran Offer Rial Services Amid Currency Crisis

As a months-long currency crisis continues to afflict Iran's economy, a number of foreign embassies in the country are offering visa issuance services in rials to facilitate the process.
According to ISNA, which has received a list from the passport and visa department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, embassies of Switzerland, Japan, Kuwait, Mexico and Tunisia are now offering their visa issuance services in rials.
The move is aimed at helping ease the process of receiving the travel document to those countries by Iranians. In the past few months, Iran has been battling steep currency fluctuations due to the US unilateral withdrawal from the nuclear deal Iran signed with world ...


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