UNICEF representatives to visit Iran’s book clubs
Publish Date : Friday 23 November 2018 - 19:06
The representatives of UNICEF will visit Iran’s book reading clubs and will be informed of the latest programs which are underway there.
According to IBNA
correspondent, the representative of UNICEF world organization Will Parks and deputy director of UNICEF in the Middle East and North Africa Bertrand Benol accompanied by Ali Asghar Seyyed Abadi an adviser to Iran’s Culture Ministry will visit Nasim Shahr town to be informed about the latest developments of programs which are underway in the book reading clubs of the place period selection of Nasim Shahr for this purpose.
On the selection of Nasim Shahr for this purpose, Seyyed Abadi said: “Regarding the remarkable efforts made in Baharestan town at the contest of books reading clubs and specially Nasim Shahr as one of its environs which has more than 20 book reading clubs, the place was selected as the location to be visited by the UNICEF representatives.”
“The program is in line with the memorandum of understanding signed between the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance with UNICEF,” he added.