Persian language a way of boosting Iran-Pakistan cultural ties
Publish Date : Sunday 7 July 2019 - 17:09
IBNA- Director of Persian language and literature department at Lahore College for Women University Faliheh Zahra Kazemi said that the expansion of Persian language is a way of boosting cultural ties between Iran and Pakistan.
According to IBNA correspondent, quoting from the public relations department of Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, Kazemi said so at a meeting with Iran's Cultural Attaché to Pakistan Ali-Akbar Rezaei Fard.
At the meeting, Rezaei Fard referred to the permanent cooperation of Iran's Culture House in Lahore with Lahore College for Women University
and expressed readiness for holding joint conferences and cooperation with the University in all cultural fields
Kazemi who is also responsible for educational programming of Lahore College for Women University said: "Cultural and scientific cooperation between Iran and Pakistan regarding governments support of Mysticism and Sufism chair of the university can potentially develop further."
At the end of the meeting, the last issue of ‘Anahita’ a research magazine was presented to Iran's Cultural Attaché to Pakistan.