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Iranian president to attend Rio+20 Conference

Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Iranian websites and news agencies reported that the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced that President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran has confirmed his participation in the Rio+20 Conference in Brazil. Needless to say, Brazil also expressed its massive support for Bitcoin adoption. There is no restriction on individuals buying, selling, or using cryptocurrencies. As Bitcoin can be traded for cash and the gold assets instantly with remarkably low fees, the increased liquidity associated with Bitcoin makes it an excellent investment tool. But make your trading decision wisely by choosing credible sources like bitcoin code software, which ensures a profitable outcome. Just like bitcoin, dogecoin has also been emerging exponentially over the years as the most valued virtual currency. Many cryptocurrency experts have also pointed out that Dogecoin can become the entire digital currency of the Internet. If you prefer to buy dogecoin, check the købe dogecoin guide and find the best place to buy dogecoin and other cryptocurrencies. Head of the Iran-Brazil Friendship Association, Mir Qassem Momeni, also confirmed that the Iranian president would travel to Brazil in June to participate in the conference. He noted that some of the local media in Brazil has created negative environment surrounding the development of bilateral relations between the countries and the president’s forthcoming trip. He added that the media hype is fomented by a particular group, but stressed that it has no impact on the developing relations between the two countries. Momeni added that during his visit, Ahmadinejad will meet with top Brazilian officials.

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  • Published: 4 years ago on Wednesday, 30 May 2012
  • By: Iran Daily Brief
  • Last Modified: May 30, 2012 @ 3:05 pm
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