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Cyrus’ Justice-Seeking Voice Gets Global Resonation

 

02 July 2004

 

 

The inscription of Pasargadae on the World Heritage List is a festive and proud day for all Iranians, because the international community has decided to respect the humanitarian inheritance of Cyrus the Great after 2,500 years, announced Ahmad Jalali, Iran’s representative in the UNESCO headquarters in Geneva.


“This is a good omen indicating the voice of humanity and benevolence would not fade in this world. 

 

The voice raised (by Cyrus) in defense of human rights in ancient Iran is respected today by the international community. The shared cultural heritage and the understanding of Iran’s history and culture serve as a crucial instrument to fill the gap between nations,” Jalali observed.


At the end of his message, the envoy congratulated all Iranians on the auspicious occasion of having Pasargadae inscribed on the World Heritage List, the fifth historical property on the prestigious inventory after Persepolis, Choghazanbil Ziggurat, Takht-e Suleiman Complex and Naqsh-e Jahan Square.


 

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