IBNA- The new free Persian language courses kicked off in Belgrade with maintaining ‎health protocols following the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus by Iran’s Cultural Attaché to ‎Serbia.‎
New Persian language courses open in Belgrade
At the opening ceremony of the training courses, Mahdi Shirazi Iran’s Cultural Attaché to Serbia and the representative of Sa’di Foundation referred to the very good cultural ties between Iran and Serbia, public relations department of Sa’di Foundation reported.
 
“Undoubtedly, one of the most significant elements of strengthening cultural ties between the two friendly countries of Iran and Serbia is the knowledge of both parties and students of Persian language and Iranian culture as well as civilization, which is important in training courses and therefore one of the main objectives. And our job as cultural attaché is to organize Persian language courses,” Shirazi said.

Following the ceremony, Sa'eed Safari, Professor of Persian language at the University of Belgrade and director of Persian language courses referred to the enthusiasm in learning Persian language, literature and culture in Serbia.

"Here, at the University of Belgrade students are very interested in learning Persian language and holding Free training courses in Iranian cultural counseling which provides a good opportunity to improve cultural and academic ties between Iran and Serbia, and fortunately this trend continues,” he said.
 
 
 
 
Story Code : 298227
http://www.ibna.ir/vdcj8oe8auqeh8z.92fu.html
Post a comment
Your Name
Your Email Address