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This is a list of ambassadors from Iran

Current Iranian ambassadors Host country Location Ambassador
 Afghanistan Kabul Abolfazl Zohrevand
 Albania Tirana Ali Amoee
 Algeria Algiers
 Argentina Buenos Aires Ali Pakdaman
 Armenia Yerevan
 Australia Canberra Mahmoud Movahedi
 Austria Vienna Hassan Tajik
 Azerbaijan Baku Mohammad-Bagher Amoee
 Bahrain Manama Hossein Amir Abdullahian
 Bangladesh Dhaka Mohammad Beheshti Monfared
 Belarus Minsk Abdulhamid Fekri
 Belgium Brussels Ali-Asghar Haji
 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo Ahmad Fard-Hosseini
 Brazil Brasilia Mohsen Shaterzadeh Yazdi
 Bulgaria Sofia Gholam-Reza Bagheri Moghadam
 Cameroon Yaoundé
 Cambodia Phnom Penh
 Canada Ottawa Vacant
 Chile Santiago Kambiz Jalali
 China Beijing Amin Hossein-Pour
 Colombia Bogotá
 Costa Rica San José
 Croatia Zagreb
 Cuba Havana
 Cyprus Nicosia Alireza Bigdeli
 Czech Republic Prague
 Denmark Copenhagen Morshed Zadeh
 Egypt Cairo
 Ethiopia Addis Ababa Mohammad-Javad Zamanian
 Finland Helsinki Rasoul Mousavi
 France Paris Mehdi Mir-Abotorabi
 Georgia Tbilisi
 Germany Berlin Alireza Sheikh-Atar
 Greece Athens
 Hungary Budapest Alireza Irosh
 India Delhi Mehdi Nabi-Zadeh
 Indonesia Jakarta Behroz Kamal Vandi
 Iraq Baghdad Hassan Danaifar
 Ireland Dublin Hamid-Reza Nik Kar
 Israel Tel Aviv
 Italy Rome Mohammad-Ali Hoseini
 Ivory Coast Kinshasa Mohammad Amin Nejad
 Japan Tokyo Seyed Abbas Araghchi
 Jordan Amman
 Kazakhstan Almaty Ghorban Seyfi
 Kenya Nairobi
 Kuwait Kuwait Ali Jannati
 Kyrgyzstan Bishkek Mohammad-Reza Sabori
 Laos Vientiane
 Latvia Riga
 Lebanon Beirut Ghazanfar Rokn Abadi
 Liechtenstein Bern Alireza Salari
 Lithuania Vilnius
 Libya Tripoli
 Luxembourg Luxembourg
 Macedonia Skopje
 Madagascar Antananarivo
 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Mohammad Mehdi Zahedi
 Mexico Mexico City Mohammad-Hassan Ghadiri
 Moldova Chişinău Mohammad-Hassan Ghadiri
 Montenegro Podgorica
 Morocco Rabat
 Netherlands The Hague Kazem Gharib Abadi
 New Zealand Wellington Morteza Rahmani
 Nigeria Abuja
 Norway Oslo
 Oman Riyadh
 Pakistan Islamabad Mashaallah Shakeri
 Panama Panama City
 Peru Lima
 Portugal Lisbon Rasoul Mohajer
 Qatar Doha Abdullah Sohrabi
 Romania Bucharest
 Russia Moscow Seyed Mahmoud-Reza Sajjadi
 Senegal Dakar
 Serbia Belgrade
 Singapore Singapore
 Slovakia Bratislava
 Slovenia Ljubljana
 South Africa Pretoria Asghar Ebrahimi Asl
 Sudan Cairo Reza Ameri
 Sweden Stockholm Rasoul Imami
  Switzerland Bern Alireza Salari
 Syria Damascus Ahmad Mousavi
 Tajikistan Dushanbe Ali-Asghar Sheer Dost
 Thailand Bangkok Majid Biz-Mark
 Tunisia Tunis
 Turkey Ankara Bahman Hossein Pour
 Turkmenistan Ashgabat Mohammad-Reza Ferghani
 Uganda Nairobi
 Ukraine Kiev Mousa Kazemi
 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Hamid-Reza Assefi
 United Kingdom London Vacant
 United States Washington, D.C. Vacant
 United Nations New York City Mohammad Khazaee
 Uruguay Montevideo
 Uzbekistan Tashkent Mohammad Keshavarz-Zadeh
  Vatican City Vatican City Ali Hosseini
 Venezuela Caracas
 Vietnam Hanoi Javad Ghavam Shahidi
 Yemen Sana''a Mahmoud Hassan-Ali
 Zimbabwe Harare Rasoul Momeni
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