Persian language course kicks off at Indonesia University
23 Sep 2019 - 15:39
IBNA- A course of Persian language and literature kicked off at University of Indonesia which was attended by Iran's Cultural Attaché to Jakarta.
According to IBNA correspondent quoting from the public relations department of Islamic Relations and Culture Organization, upon reopening of Indonesian universities and beginning of the new educational year, the first session of the Persian language and literature course was in the University of Indonesia held with Iran's Cultural Attaché to Jakarta Mehrdad Rakhshandeh in attendance.
In his speech, Rakhshandeh spoke briefly on the Iranian culture and art as well as the significance of Persian language and wished them success. Then, after the instructor of the course held a Q&A session, presents were given to 32 students in the class.
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