Belgrade University presents Diploma of Honor to Iran

Publish Date : Thursday 12 October 2017 - 17:51
IBNA– Belgrade University’s Faculty of Philology presented a Diploma of Honor to Iran in recognition of our countries’ activities in promoting educational and research objectives.
According to IBNA correspondent, quoting from Sa`di Foundation in Tehran, a ceremony was held on the occasion of the establishment of University of Belgrade Faculty of Philology which was attended by the ambassadors of Asian and European countries as well as professors and the students of Belgrade University.
In this program, cultural services of Iran, Japan and a few other countries were praised for contributing to the cultural and educational goals of that faculty.
At this event, a diploma was awarded to the Ambassador and the Cultural Attaché of Iran in Serbia. Also, a letter of gratitude was presented to the Iranian Cultural Attaché to be granted to the head of the of the Islamic Relations and Culture Organization, Ebrahimi Torkaman (PhD) and Gholam-Ali Haddad Adel (PhD), who were not present at this ceremony.
Based on the old tradition of the Belgrade College of Philology, each year before the start of the academic year, which is named after the Belgrade College, those who have contributed to elevating the good reputation of the college in the previous year are praised with honorary diplomas. Among them are top students, professors, as well as personalities and countries that have played an active role outside in advancing the educational and research activities of the faculty.
It is worth noting that in addition to awarding the honorary diplomas, the names of these people are also recorded with the mention of their services in the history book of the Belgrade College.
This is for the first time that the College of Philology of the Belgrade University has officially awarded an honorary diploma to the Ambassador, Adviser and the cultural and literary authorities of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and will record their names and services in the history book of this college.
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