Iran and Algeria Resolved to Promote Cultural Ties[:es]Irán y Argelia promueven sus lazos culturales

Ministros de Cultura de Irán y Argelia

As Algeria’s cultural week is underway in Tehran, Culture ministers of Iran and the North African country underlined the need for developing cultural relations between the two countries.[:es]En un encuentro mantenido en Teherán, los ministros de Cultura de Irán y Alergia abogan por estrechar los vínculos culturales entre ambos países.

Iran’s Culture Minister Reza Salehi Amiri in a meeting with his Algerian counterpart Ezzeddine Mihoubi on Monday pointed to the commonalities between the two countries in view of Iran’s Islamic Revolution in 1979 and Algerian War of Independence (1954–62), and said that Iran and Algeria have a long history of ties in the economic, political and cultural fields.

According to a report by IFP, Algerian minister of culture hailed Iranians’ hospitality and mentioned Ferdowsi as one of the most well-known literary figures in Iran.

Pointing to Iran’s achievements in recent years, he said that boosting cultural relations between the two countries is a necessity.

Mihoubi added that Algeria and Iran reached an agreement to cooperate in areas such as cinema, book fairs and restoring manuscripts.

Algerian Cultural Week began in Tehran on Monday in a ceremony attended by the culture ministers of the two countries.

Iran’s cultural week was held in Algeria last year with the participation of groups of Iranian artists.

The event took place within the context of a cultural agreement to make the people of the two countries more familiar with each other’s culture, customs and tradition.

The cultural week has been jointly organized by Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO), Algerian Ministry of Culture, Iran’s Cultural Center in Algiers as well as Iran National Library and Archives.

During the week, Algerian poets and writers are to hold meetings in Alzahra University and Allameh Tabataba’i University and Algerian musicians will perform traditional music, Iran Daily and ISNA reported.

There will also be an exhibition of visual arts, handicrafts and traditional attires. Five movies will be screened and an exhibition on local and traditional foods will be held during the event.[:es]

El ministro de Cultura de Irán, Reza Salehi-Amiri, en una reunión mantenida el lunes con su homólogo argelino Ezzeddine Mihoubi, ha señalado que los dos países comparten puntos de vista comunes en cuanto a la Revolución Islámica de Irán en 1979 y la Guerra de Independencia de Argelia (1954-62), informa la agencia de noticia de Estudiantes Iraníes (ISNA, por sus siglas en inglés)

Irán y Argelia gozan de una larga historia de relaciones bilaterales en los ámbitos económico, político y cultural, informa ISNA.

El ministro argelino de Cultura ha aclamado la hospitalidad de los iraníes, calificando al gran poeta persa Ferdowsi como una de las figuras literarias más conocidas de Irán.

Al subrayar múltiples éxitos de Irán en los últimos años, ha recalcado la necesidad que impulsar las relaciones culturales entre los dos países.

Mihoubi también agregó que su país e Irán llegaron a un acuerdo para cooperar en áreas como el cine, las ferias del libro y la restauración de manuscritos.

La Semana Cultural de Argelia comenzó el lunes en Teherán en una ceremonia a la que asistieron los ministros de cultura de los dos países.

La semana cultural de Irán se celebró en Argelia el año pasado con la participación de varios artistas iraníes.

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