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Two streets in Tehran have been renamed in honor of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, who died in a plane crash, and one street has been named after Foreign Minister Hosein Amir Abdollahian, who flew with him. This was announced by Narges Madanipour, head of the cultural commission of the Iranian capital's city council.

‘In Tehran's 15th district, Beyesat Highway from its intersection with Basij Square to Bahman Square is named in honor of martyr Ayatollah Raisi,’ IRIB TV quoted her as saying. ‘Also, the eastern part of Pasteur Street is named after’ the martyred president, Madanipour added. The office of the Iranian president's administration is located on this part of Pasteur Street.

The head of the cultural commission noted that ‘Kushk Street is named in honor of martyred Foreign Minister Hosein Amir Abdollahian.’ It houses the Iranian Foreign Ministry.

On May 25, the press service of Iran's Nuclear Uranium Processing Centre in Isfahan said that the center would bear the name of the deceased president of the republic.

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