Manouchehr Mottaki

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Manouchehr Mottaki (Persian: منوچهر متکی; born 12 May 1953) is an Iranian politician and diplomat. He was the Iranian minister of foreign affairs. Whilst technically appointed by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, he is considered to be closer to more pragmatic conservative factions and during the 2005 presidential election, he was the campaign manager of Ali Larijani, the conservative candidate. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Manouchehr Mottaki has received more than 53,376 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia. Manouchehr Mottaki is the 14,128th most popular politician (down from 12,800th in 2019), the 341st most popular biography from Iran (down from 281st in 2019) and the 162nd most popular Iranian Politician.

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Among politicians, Manouchehr Mottaki ranks 14,128 out of 15,710Before him are Whitney Smith, Erkki Liikanen, James Marape, Ulf Kristersson, Sheikh Mukhtar Mohamed Hussein, and Mohamed Said Fofana. After him are Roy Welensky, Connie Hedegaard, Rand Paul, Harlem Désir, John Jacob Astor, 1st Baron Astor of Hever, and Indulis Emsis.

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Among people born in 1953, Manouchehr Mottaki ranks 431Before him are Mindy Sterling, Lynn Whitfield, František Štambachr, Christine Ebersole, Walter Novellino, and Lamberto Leoni. After him are Greg Evigan, Freddie Aguilar, Miguel Ángel Guerra, Kay Lenz, Yang Jung-mo, and Mazarópi.

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Among people born in Iran, Manouchehr Mottaki ranks 341 out of 463Before him are Mohammad Reza Aref (1951), Sardar Azmoun (1995), Guity Novin (1944), Reza Hosseini Nassab (1960), Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani (1967), and Kayhan Kalhor (1963). After him are Jasmin Tabatabai (1967), Hossein Rezazadeh (1978), Vahid Hashemian (1976), Caucher Birkar (1978), Shahab Hosseini (1974), and Javad Nekounam (1980).

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Among politicians born in Iran, Manouchehr Mottaki ranks 162Before him are Eshaq Jahangiri (1958), Mohsen Rezaee (1954), Darius Khondji (1955), Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf (1961), Nusrat Bhutto (1929), and Mohammad Reza Aref (1951). After him are Hossein Rezazadeh (1978), Hadi Khosroshahi (1939), Saeed Jalili (1965), Abdolmalek Rigi (1979), and Valerie Jarrett (1956).