IBNA- At a press conference with his Tajik counterpart, Iran's Culture Minister Mohammad-Mehdi Esmaeili said Iran's culture week will be held in Dushanbe, Capital of Tajikistan.
In that press conference, Esmaeili said that Iran and Tajikistan are two great countries with a common history, culture and civilization. Iranians and Tajiks see each other as members of one nation and have mutual interests and emotions toward each other.
"The two countries have a common literature history and of course, a common language. When we speak to our Tajik sisters and brothers in the sweet Persian language, we can find out such commonalities more,” Iran's Culture Minister said.
“In my upcoming visit to Tajikistan which will take place on the occasion of Iran’s cultural week, I will discuss various topics for cultural cooperation such as cinema music and books,” he added.
Tajik Minister of Culture Zulfiya Davlatzoda said for her part: "During my 2-day stay in Iran I have experienced a good atmosphere. Regarding its culture and language, Tehran is a well-known city throughout the world.”
“I am looking forward to our great cultural cooperation which will enable us to continue our plans step by step and develop them," she added.