IBNA- Golchehreh Azamava, an Uzbek scholar of Persian language and literature, professor of Tashkent University and author of books on teaching Persian passed away on April 21. She was 68.
According to IBNA correspondent quoting from the public relations department of Islamic Culture and Communication Organization, the late Azamava died of kidney failure in Tashkent.
She was a diligent promoter of Persian language in Uzbakistan- a country which has roots of Persian culture and historical ties with Iran- and authored two books and several treatises on teaching Persian to her compatriots.
A graduate of Persian language and literature from Tashkent University of Oriental Studies, Azamava cooperated with Iran's Cultural Attaché to Tashkent as well as many cultural and educational institutes in Uzbekistan.
Iran's Cultural Attaché to Tashkent sent a message expressing condolences over the demise of the hard-working Uzbek professor who loved the Persian language.