Archeology of Spain exhibition shows Tehran-Madrid strong ties: Spanish ambassador
The Spanish ambassador to Tehran said that Iran and Spain enjoy good relations in political, economical and cultural terms and 'The Archeology of Spain' exhibition is clearly the symbol of that.
Referring to the Iranian minister of handicrafts, cultural and Tourism, Ali-Asghar Monesan's remarks, the ambassador said that at the times of difficulties in international relations, it's good to make all kind of bridges with humankind.
"The first part of the exhibition was Iran's civilization which was shown in the Alicante Museum of Archaeology in Spain and visited by many people, who are also influencers, it means that people can share their experiences with the rest of the society," López Busquets said, adding: "In this case, the Alicante Museum of Archaeology, shows the legacy of the heritage of Spain and this is a good opportunity to build a bridge between the two countries."
The opening ceremony of 'The Archeology of Spain' exhibition has been kicked off on Saturday at Iran's National Museum in Tehran with the Iranian minister of handicrafts, cultural and Tourism, Ali-Asghar Monesan, the Spanish ambassador to Tehran, Eduardo Busquets, and Iran's foreign ministry spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi in attendance.