TEHRAN (FNA)- Commander of Iran's Law Enforcement Police's Unit for the Protection of VIPs Brigadier General Hedayat Alborzi announced the start of bodyguard career for women to protect foreign female guests visiting the country.
"At present, we have some mechanisms to use female bodyguards in missions of the Unit for the Protection of VIPs," General Alborzi said on Tuesday.
"Of course, the female bodyguards who have been trained will mostly take part in missions to protect the foreign female guests at international meetings so that they can easily carry out their protection responsibilities beside those figures," he added.
Asked if the female bodyguards are used for female Iranian officials too, General Alborzi said that the police unit is prepared to provide them with female bodyguards at their demand.
Related articles based on keyword density
Sealing off skies: Iran finalizes 360 degree early warning air defense...
rt.com 09/03/2015 Military
Iran is close to deploying an early-warning radar system of its own to detect missile launches, stealth aircraft and drones thousands of kilometers fr...View Details»
South Korea's Airline to Resume Direct Seoul-Tehran Flights ...
en.farsnews.com 13/03/2016 Auto
TEHRAN (FNA)- South Korean Airline confirmed that it will resume its direct flights from Seoul to Tehran and vice versa in the coming months. "A direc...View Details»
Deputy Oil Minister: Europe Final Destination of Iran's Gas Exports to...
en.farsnews.com 17/05/2016 Import-Export
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Deputy Oil Minister Hamidreza Araqi announced on Monday that the country's final goal of exporting gas to Iraq is paving the gro...View Details»
Iran Unveils New Drone from RQ-170 Class ...
en.farsnews.com 03/10/2016 Military
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's latest drone product was unveiled on Saturday in a ceremony in the presence of Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (...View Details»
Commerzbank settles US charges for Iranian deals ...
dw.de 13/03/2015 Economy
Commerzbank has agreed to pay a hefty sum in a settlement with US regulators over illegal transactions with companies in Iran and Sudan. The dealings ...View Details»