Iran-Russia Children Friendship Week starts

Moscow, Nov 19, IRNA – Iran-Russia Children Friendship Week started its work here with a special ceremony in presence of a number of Iranian and Russian cultural and social scholars.
The ceremony started on Monday evening in the venue of Moscow Young adults Public Library.

Deputy head of the library Ms. Natalia Arakchiva called the ceremony as an important event for cultural cooperation between the two countries and expressed hope that such programs help development of cooperation between Iran and Russia.

She appreciated Iran’s Cultural Attaché in Moscow and Iran’s Center for Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults for participation in the event.

Iran’s acting cultural attaché in Russia Seyed Hossein Tabatabaei also stated that holding such cultural programs will consolidate ties and cooperation between the two countries.

A young Iranian author “Malka Goli”, by referring to her enthusiasm for Russia said that her book is to be translated into the Russian language.

She promised that income from selling her books would be spent for parentless children in Russia.

The ceremony lasts until November 24, 2013.



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