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Iran, Kazakhstan Signed Cultural MOU.

The agreement is aimed at expansion of cooperation between both countries on religions and ethnics as well as exchanging cultural books. This cultural agreement was signed in twelve articles between Rasoul Rasoulipoor Chairman of Center for Dialogue among Religions in the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization of Iran and Aydar Abuyev Chairman of International Center for Cultures and Religions in Kazakhstan`s Ministry of Justice. Based on a three-year period, the agreement will focus on convening conferences, educational workshops, international roundtables about culture and religion, enhancing cooperation among governmental and non-governmental organizations active on religion and culture, setting up exhibitions and cultural events, exchanging books and cultural journals, as well as linguistics and language studies in Persian, Russian, English and Kazakh. Both countries would try their utmost to boost cultural ties and friendly relationships based on equal principles and freedom of choice, the agreement emphasizes. 2009/04/07

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Publication:Moj News Agency (Tehran, Iran)
Date:Apr 7, 2009
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