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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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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.
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.
Iran Review's Exclusive ..., 21 Oct 2014 [cached]
Iran Review's Exclusive Interview with Alan Eyre
The U.S. State Department's Persian Language Spokesman Alan Eyre says that his government has received the message imparted by the government of President Rouhani, that Iran prefers the path of cooperation to the path of confrontation, and that it is trying to win the confidence of the international community.
Alan Eyre is the Director of Iran Media and Public Diplomacy Office at the U.S. Embassy in London. Alan Eyre speaks Persian language fluently and usually posts Farsi posts on his Facebook page which is followed by more than 100,000 users. He had previously worked as a diplomat with the U.S. embassies in Syria, UAE and Azerbaijan and maintains a blog hosted by the U.S. Department of State, in which he responds to questions by the Iranian citizens about the U.S. foreign policy and the Iran-U.S. relations. Eyre is closely familiar with the Persian literature and uses a lot of slang and proverbs in his writings, although he said he has never visited Iran.
In an exclusive interview with Iran Review before the start of the latest round of negotiations in Vienna, Alan Eyre spoke to us about the U.S. government's position on the nuclear talks, the anti-Iran sanctions and the Iran-U.S. relations. You can read the full text of the interview below.
Q: Alan; in a December 2011 interview with BBC Persian, you had expressed concerns that Iran was not willing to take part in negotiations with the world powers over its nuclear energy program and did not abide by its "international obligations".
State Dept Farsi language spokesman ..., 20 May 2011 [cached]
State Dept Farsi language spokesman Alan Eyre appearing on VOA's "Parazit" with host Kambiz Hosseini.
State Dept Farsi language spokesman Alan Eyre appearing on VOA's "Parazit" with host Kambiz Hosseini.
Washington, D.C. - May 20, 2011 - State Department spokesman Alan Eyre said Friday on Voice of America's Farsi language TV program Parazit, the United States is easing travel restrictions for Iranian students and will now issue multiple entry visas.
The State Department's new Farsi language spokesman said, "I have the pleasure to tell you and the honorable Parazit viewers that from today, the American government will give more travel privileges to Iranians with student visas."
State Dept spokesman Alan Eyre Eyre told Parazit Host Kambiz Hosseini that the new rules "mean instead of a single-entry three-month visa, students can get a multiple-entry two-year visa."
Iranians studying in the United States, until today, had been discouraged from visiting their families, in some cases for years, because of rules that required them to re-apply for a visa if they left the country for any reason and wanted to come back to complete their studies.
Eyre said the visa rules were being changed to make travel easier and further the U.S. "goal of promoting the free flow of information and ideas.
Eyre promised that Mrs. Clinton would come on the show, but did not give a date.
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