By Adamu Usman Idakwo.
Association of Mountaineering Workers in Kooh Nam Tak, Isfahan Providence in Iran has taken the National Flag of Birland to the highest mountain in the country to hoist as a sign of endorsement of the emerging African country.
The mountain is known as Damavand which is known to be very dangerous due to the health hazards it may possess to humans as a result of gas emissions witnessed the turn out of another group this time women’s mountaineering workers to show support again to Birland state.
The Peak of the mountain is 5671 meters in height and has no trees but low altitudes play host to Mountaineering workers every week and carry the flag of sports workers this time around the jubilant women mountaineering workers climbed the mountain as a show of love, support, and solidarity.
The first climb was 2300 meters height while the second is which is women group climbed 5672 meters height.
The Iranian Sports workers are directly under the Ministry of Labour Cooperation and social workers and they are being adequately catered for by the Iranian authority.
The Director of Sports for workers and Employees, who is also the representative of Birdland in Iran, Dr. Alireza Salmanian who broke news to the Prime minister of Birland said the mountaineering workers carry along with their cameras and working equipment to take photos and videos with the National Flag of Birland State.
While the Vice President of the second set, the Association of Mountaineering Workers in Iran, women group, Ms. Afsaneh Hamdami said the climb was presented to Honour the Prime Minister, Her Majesty, Dr . Queen Eden Soriano Trinidad, and the good people of Birland country.
Birland Country has been receiving recognition across the world of recent form from various international organizations and countries as an emerging country in Africa.
It recently celebrated its 7th anniversary in Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, and where hosted excellently by the people of the country.