Dushanbe (IP) - Director General of Cultural Cooperation and Affairs of Iranians Abroad, in an exclusive interview with Iran Press News Agency, stressed the expansion of Iran's cultural relations with different countries.

Iran PressAsia: According to Iran Press News Agency, Mohammad-Ali Kiani, the director general of cultural cooperation and Iranian expatriates’ affairs of the Islamic Culture and Communication Organization, who is attending the occasion of Iran's Cultural week at the National University of Tajikistan, while describing and praising this cultural event and the presence of Iranian students and artists to perform music, reading of the Shahnameh, minstrelsy (Naghally) and Pahlevani and zourkhaneh rituals (Iranian martial arts), he once again emphasized boosting bilateral interactions and expanding relations.

Kiani further said: "The presence of more than 400 students in various fields is a good opportunity to introduce the culture of the two countries, and the continuance of these programs can be very effective."



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