Council of Minsters of Iran

This is a list of Iranian officials with their titles.





Heads

Vice Presidents

Council of Ministers

  • Sadeq Khalilian, Minister of Agricultural Jihad
  • Mehdi Ghazanfari, Minister of Commerce
  • Reza Taqipour, Minister of Communication and Information Technology
  • Mohammad Abbasi, Minister of Cooperatives
  • Mohammad Hosseini, Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance
  • Ahmad Vahidi, Minister of Defense and Logistics
  • Hossein Samsami, Minister of Economy and Finance Affairs
  • Hamid-Reza Haji Babaee, Minister of Education
  • Majid Namjoo, Minister of Energy
  • Ali Akbar Salehi, Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Marzieh Vahid Dastjerdi, Minister of Health and Medical Education
  • Abdolreza Sheikholeslami, Minister of Housing and Urban Development
  • Aliakbar Mehrabian, Minister of Industries and Mines Supervisor
  • Heyder Moslehi, Minister of Intelligence
  • Mostafa Mohammad Najjar, Minister of Interior
  • Morteza Bakhtiari, Minister of Justice
  • Ali Nikzad, Minister of Labour and Social Affairs
  • Masoud Mir Kazemi, Minister of Petroleum Supervision
  • Hamid Behbahani, Minister of Roads and Transportation
  • Kamran Daneshjoo, Minister of Science, Research, and Technology
  • Sadeq Mahsouli, Minister of Welfare and Social Security

Other members of cabinet

Other

See also

External links

  • CIA
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