Iran is Going to Turn Abu Musa Island Into Tourist Resort

Iran is going to turn Abu Musa island which is a disputed land between Iran and UAE, into tourist resort.

Hassan Mousavi, the Cultural Heritage, Tourism, and Handicrafts Organization (CHTHO) director, announced this news on Tuesday. He said the organization plans to provide facilities to encourage tourists to visit the island. He also added the island is one of the best and most beautiful islands in Persian Gulf and base on estimations it will attract a lot of visitors and tourists.

The CHTHO chief said the cabinet has also agreed to provide tourist facilities for Bandar Lengeh on the shores of the Persian Gulf.

Also Foreign Minister, Ali Akbar Salehi, made a comment on Abu Musa subject. He warned UAE about the dispute between Iran and UAE over the land. Salehi said that, although Iran wanted good relations with the UAE and was willing to hold discussions, “Our rule over the islands is not negotiable, and Iran’s sovereignty over the islands is certain and on the record.”

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