Wednesday, April 29th, 2020
The arrival of the 10th of Ordibehesht, the National Day of the Persian Gulf, is a reminder of the authority, glory and hope of Iran and Iranians and a precious legacy that free-thinking Iranians have left for us to always be a source of pride and pride for us and future generations. There is another title for this sea besides the Persian Gulf. The 10th of Ordibehesht in the national calendar of Islamic Iran is reminiscent of a historic and proud day, a day that ended with the courage andRead More
The Persian Gulf borders Iran to the north, Kuwait and Iraq to the west, and Bahrain, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates to the south. It covers an area of 240,000 km and is the third largest in the world after the Gulf of Mexico and Hudson Bay. The Persian Gulf is connected to the Oman Sea by the Strait of Hormuz and through it to the open seas.