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Behrouz Afagh says: "The BBC has broadcast news to the region – Iran, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan and the Persian Gulf – in Persian for 68 years, and the BBC enjoys considerable reach and is widely listened to, and respected." BBC Persian draws upon the BBC's unmatched newsgathering resources across the globe, with eye-witness reportage and expert analysis from over 250 correspondents in more than 70 offices and bureaux around the world.BBC Persian also has journalists stationed around the world including the key locations of Beirut, Dushanbe, Islamabad, Istanbul, Jerusalem, Kabul and Washington.If you want to meet Iranian girls, all we can say is “great choice! These women will definitely not disappoint you — but only if you’re looking for serious, long-term relationship.
BBC Persian is designed to reach audiences on radio, TV, the internet, mobile phones and handheld computers in whatever way best suits the audience.However, most Iranians are hard-working and very motivated people.When they immigrate to other countries, a lot of them lead a good lifestyle because they work hard to earn a high status in society.It will bring a context to global issues and reflect the impact of these issues on the daily lives of its audiences.
Nigel Chapman, Director of BBC World Service, hailed the arrival of the new channel.The closest people of Aryan decent are Iranians and Afghanis and they certainly do not have blue eyes, blond hair and white skin.