Persian language center opens in Yerevan

IRNA – A Persian language center was opened in a school in Armenian capital city, Yerevan, in a ceremony attended by Iranian Ambassador to Yerevan Kazem Sajjadi.

Addressing the gathering, Sajjadi encouraged the Armenian students to learn Persian language.

He said that the rising trend of ties between Tehran and Yerevan in different areas as well as the large presence of Iranian tourists in Armenia have augmented the significance of learning Persian in that country.

Touching upon the inauguration of Free Economic Zone by Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan at Meghri region in Armenia-Iran border point on Friday (Dec 15), the diplomat underscored that the zone would pave the way for expansion of mutual transaction.

He added that the presence of Persian translators can facilitate flourishing of mutual trade between the two countries in the newly-inaugurated free economic zone.

The envoy stressed that Iran Embassy in Armenia would do its best for preparing necessary facilities for teaching Persian language and introducing the Iranian-Islamic civilization and culture.