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UNESCO 2030 agenda plot by arrogant powers to control nations: Leader
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei slammed the United Nations for seeking to dominate world nations by introducing the UNESCO 2030 agenda.
Iran won't accept UN docs that go against its values, beliefs: Qassemi
The Iranian Foreign Ministry has stressed that the country will never accept any UN document that even minutely goes against the country’s beliefs and religious values.
Memorial stamp for Lut Desert's UNESCO registration published
Cultural Heritage Desk A memorial stamp to introduce Lut Desert, as Iran's first natural site to be registered on the global heritage list, was published.
Two new cases awaiting registration on UNESCO list
Iran has submitted two new cases to UNESCO for registration on the World Heritage lists this year, said the head of Iranian National Commission for UNESCO.
UNESCO rejects Israel sovereignty claims over al-Quds
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has approved a resolution that describes Israel as an “occupying power” and rejects its sovereignty claims over all of Jerusalem al-Quds.
UNESCO set to vote on anti-Israeli resolution
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is set to vote on a resolution that describes Israel as an “occupying power,” denying its sovereignty claims over all of Jerusalem al-Quds.
UNESCO: Fars tourism capacities a trump card for economic development
Senior Advisor to the Head of UNESCO World Heritage Registration Center Kishore Rao said on Sunday that the presence of a great deal of foreign tourists in the city of Shiraz could be a trump card for economic development of Fars province through tourism industry.
UNESCO chief condemns destruction of Palmyra
The United Nation's cultural body, UNESCO received several reports and satellite imagery released by UNITAR-UNOSAT confirming the destruction of Palmyra's tetrapylon and parts of the theater’s proscenium.
UNESCO chief: Latest destruction in Palmyra, 'war crime'
The head of the United Nations cultural agency said on Friday that the destruction of the Tetrapylon and the facade of the Roman Theater in the Syrian city of Palmyra by Daesh terrorists was a "new war crime."
Iran demands UNESCO register Shahr-e Kord as world feltmaking hub
Shahr-e Kord, a city in southern Iran, is seeking to have its name on the UNESCO list as the world’s feltmaking hub.
Chairman of UNESCO executive board issues condolences on Ayatollah Rafsanjani demise
The Chairman of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Executive Board Michael Worbs extended condolences on the demise of the late Chairman of the Expediency Council Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani.
UNESCO plans photo contest on Intangible Cultural Heritage
An international photography competition titled 'Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Context' is to be organized under the auspices of UNESCO.
Ancient Ilam mounds awaiting UNESCO recognition
Six ancient mounds which are possible sites of great civilizations in the southwest of Iran are awaiting inclusion on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
UNESCO registers Norouz
Norouz — the traditional Iranian festival marking the beginning of spring — was registered on UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List on Wednesday, announced the head of the Registration Office of Iran Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO), Farhad Nazari.

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