Boosting Iran-Russia publishing cooperation stressed
Publish Date : Thursday 5 September 2019 - 16:22
IBNA- On the sidelines of Iran's participation at Moscow International Book Fair, Iranian writers held a meeting with Persian language instructors and students of Moscow State Linguistic University and stressed on boosting publishing cooperation between Iran and Russia.
According to IBNA correspondent, quoting from the public relations office of Iran's Cultural Fairs Institute (ICFI), on the sidelines of Moscow International Book Fair, Iranian writers Jamal al-Din Akrami and Mahdi Rajabi met Persian language instructors and students of Moscow State Linguistic University.
The status of children and young adults literature and illustration in the books from Iran and Russia was discussed in the session. Furthermore, Rajabi referred to the role played by literature in promoting peace and friendship among the nations and said literature removes the borders between humans and enhances the feeling of sympathy.
Moscow State Linguistic University
(MSLU) is a state-financed institution of higher education in the Russian Federation. MSLU is a centre for linguistic education, scholarship and culture whose priorities include training high-level professionals in Linguistics and the Humanities in general, along with designing and conducting fundamental and applied research in the area of General Linguistics, Theoretical and Historical Linguistics, theories of specific languages, Literary History, and also of Pedagogy, Psychology, Logic, Philosophy, History, Economics, Political Science, Sociology, Law, Theory of Culture and other fields.