Iran finds a way to facilitate foreign tourist arrivals?
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani issued a decree on facilitating foreign tourist arrivals in the country, saying that visa-stamping waivers should be extended to all airports across the country.
From all the airports of the country, foreign tourists can travel to Iran without their passports being physically stamped or marked, the government spokesman Ali Rabiei said.
"This decision could help bringing more tourists to Iran, and people can travel easily and without fear [of possible U.S. penalties for ones visiting the Islamic Republic]," IRNA cited the official as saying.
He added that arrangements in this regard will be ready soon to be implemented at all airports in the country.
In 2018, the U.S. announced those travelers who would visit certain countries including Iran would face restrictions to enter the U.S.