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The Islamic Republic of Iran
Office of International Affairs
In the Name of God
[Date:] 30 Bahman 72 [19 February 1994]
[Address:] P.O.Box 285, Mona vate NSW 2103 – Australia
*In the name of God*
We are pleased to receive the letter dated July 6th 1993. We hereby declare that the Cemetery of the Baha’is in Tehran, has been one of the dozens of deserted Cemeteries existing on the outskirts- of Tehran which is now located within the city area because of urban population growth and urban space development, and like other deserted cemeteries of which a large number belong to Muslims and few of them belongs to others, the Municipality of Tehran for the sake of Protection of health and hygiene of citizens, has taken appropriate measures to change the conditions. Thus, permission has been given to persons who close relatives were buried in those cemeteries to transfer their corpses with the help of Municipality.
We further inform you that a newly built cemetery is at present at their disposal.
General Director for International
Affairs of the Judiciary
10 February 1994
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