Mojtaba Amani, the former head of Iran’s interest section in Egypt, was appointed as Tehran’s new ambassador to Lebanon, replacing Seyyed Mohammad Jalal Firouznia who has been in charge of the Iranian embassy in Beirut since August 2017.
The goals of Mojtaba Amani is to monitor opposition groups in Lebanon and collect information that might help “export the revolution” to Lebanon.
Mojtaba Amani is involved, through MOIS/IRGC directives, in developing and maintaining business ties with firms which view the sanctions as business opportunities. At the most basic level, this activity includes setting up meetings with high ranking Iranian officials.
Mojtaba Amani is working with the terrorist organization Hezbollah to import Iranian fuel in Lebanon;
Mojtaba Amani, the former head of Iran’s interest section in Egypt, was appointed as Tehran’s new ambassador to Lebanon earlier. Amani spent 9 years of his diplomatic career in Egypt. Prior to beginning his mission in Egypt, he served as the deputy director-general of the Office of Political and International Research Center at the Foreign Ministry.
The new envoy met with Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian on the eve of his departure to Beirut.
At the meeting, Amir Abdollahian pointed to the importance of cooperation between Iran and Lebanon and insisted on the need to pay attention to strategic ties between the two countries.
Explaining his plans in Lebanon, Mojtaba Amani called cooperation with the Lebanese government and all different political groups in the country one of his most important plans.
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