Mohammad Reza Parvaz, the head of the Public Security Police in Kerman Province, said that the police would deal with all shops that showcased and supplied products for Valentine’s Day. “Since any promotion or supply of goods affiliated with Valentine’s Day is prohibited, stores such as clothing and cosmetics, bakeries, florists and printing shops will all be closely scrutinized by police forces. In coordination with the Directorate General of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism, and directors of tourism services, holding and dispatching any mixed gender or unauthorized tours are also prohibited, and offenders will be legally dealt with,” he added.
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