Head of Iran's Islamic Culture and Relations Organization Mohammad Bagher Khorramshad described Iran as a role model for the regional nations, and said Tehran is ready to transfer its experiences and achievements to other Muslim states."Iran is a good model for religious populism," said Khorramshad to a delegation of 31 Egyptian women visiting Iran, "This model can have good usage for the people of Egypt.""It has taken a lot of hardship for the Iranian revolution to get to the point where it stands right now. The Islamic Republic has managed to advance in many scientific fields," said Khorramshad to the Egyptian women delegation. The Egyptian group was invited to visit Iran by the Iranian government's Women and Family Affairs Organization. In similar remarks earlier this month, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei told a gathering of local officials in the western Kermanshah province that the growing wave of Islamic Awakening in the region reveals that the interest of the regional nations in the Islamic discourse of the Iranian nation and shows that the Islamic Republic has set a role model for these nations. "In these sensitive conditions in which the Iranian nation has turned into a model for the regional nations, all of us should present a more beautiful, more attractive and more harmonious picture of Iran to the nations of the region in order to thwart the constant efforts of the enemies to distort the image of the Iranian nation," Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei said. The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution said that constant conspiracies of the enemies of the Iranian nation are indicative of the progressive movement of the Islamic Republic. "The constant propaganda, political, economic and security campaigns of the camp of the arrogant powers is a testimony to the accelerated movement of the Iranian nation towards the realization of its goals and ideals because if the nation were suffering from stagnation, backwardness and weakness, the enemy would not be trying so hard."