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Iran’s NIOC names new head of international affairs, Shana says

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Bloomberg: Mohsen Qamsari was appointed as the National Iranian Oil Co.’s new international affairs director, Shana. the Oil Ministry’s official news website reported.

Bloomberg

By Ladane Nasseri

Mohsen Qamsari was appointed as the National Iranian Oil Co.’s new international affairs director, Shana. the Oil Ministry’s official news website reported.

Qamsari will replace Ali Asghar Arshi, Shana said, citing a statement by the company’s managing director Ahmad Qalebani. The report did not give the reason behind the change.

Qamsari also serves as acting managing director for the National Iranian Gas Export Co., Shana said.

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