Advisor to the President of Iran

Advisor to the President of Iran (Persian: مشاور رئیس‌جمهور ایران) is an official appointed by the President of Iran with the responsibility to aid him as a consultant.


Mahmoud AhmadinejadEdit

Hassan RouhaniEdit

Ebrahim RaisiEdit

In popular cultureEdit

See alsoEdit


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