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Persian Language Spokesman

the State Department
2201 C Street
Washington D.C. , District of Columbia 10520
United States

Company Description: The State Department maintains passport records for about 127 million Americans.

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As well, Alan Eyre, the State Department's only Farsi-speaking spokesperson, addressed the 2011 NIAC Leadership Conference and spoke of "partnering" with NIAC and other Iranian-American organizations in order to reach out to its expatriate community.
Al-Monitor: Like [State ..., 11 July 2013 [cached]
Al-Monitor: Like [State Department Persian-language spokesman] Alan Eyre.
And Alan Eyre is a good example. He is a really fine officer, and without that kind of a feel for not only languages but cultures and political systems, it's really hard to navigate effectively diplomatically.
Their designated "Farsi Spokesman" was ... [cached]
Their designated "Farsi Spokesman" was Alan Eyre, whose Facebook page currently has over 84,000 followers.
In fact, Eyre caps his post with a fragment of a Persian poem by Saadi from the book of Golestan (The Rose Garden) having to do with the virtue of leaving a good name behind after one is gone.
U.S. State Department Farsi Spokesman Alan Eyre Obviously, this is significant because of the history. The 1953 coup is still a sore point in US-Iran relations, so Eyre's recognition of the crime could have some healing value. Yet Eyre is, after all, in the realm of politics, so he tempers his goodwill gesture with a qualifier: Iranians, he suggests, should remember the past but not obsess over it.
Since advising aggrieved parties to "get over it" is a favorite aphorism of the oppressor, this might signal a golden opportunity for America to teach by demonstration.
Alan Eyre - March 5, 2014
U.S. State Department Farsi Spokesman Alan Eyre Alan Eyre's Facebook post received 5,540 likes, 590 comments and 564 shares.
Mr. Eyre, Mossadegh was not dismissed (legally), it was your government that removed him (illegally), there is a difference.
- Alan Eyre (@AlanEyre1) March 5, 2014
A spokesman for the US State ..., 27 Mar 2014 [cached]
A spokesman for the US State Department, Alan Eyre, called for the "swift release" of the abducted soldiers while expressing hope the reported execution was not true.
Alan Eyre, spokesman of the ..., 19 Feb 2014 [cached]
Alan Eyre, spokesman of the US Department of State, wrote on his Facebook page that the kidnapping of five Iranian border guards along the country's common border with Pakistan was unjustifiable. He added that the US Department of State condemned such unethical acts anywhere in the world and expressed hope that the Iranian border guards would return to their country and families as soon as possible.
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