Feb 9, 2019, 11:09 AM
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Iran, Japan enjoy immense cultural capacity

Beijing, Feb 9, IRNA- Head of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO) on Friday hoped for further expansion of Iran-Japan cooperation in various fields as the two countries enjoy immense capacity in the field of culture.

The Cultural Section of Iran's Embassy in Japan reported that Head of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO) Abuzar Ebrahimi Torkaman made the remark in a meeting with Chairman of the National Library of Japan Sawako Hanyou on Friday.

The Cultural Attaché of Iranian Embassy in Japan Hossein Divsalar and the Scientific Attaché in Iran Embassy in Japan Bani Hashemi were also present in the meeting.

'The two great nations of Iran and Japan have had a positive insight of each other and we hope that under present important juncture we will witness development of (the two-way) cooperation in various fields,' said Torkaman.

Torkaman said, 'National library plays a very important role in promoting insights and development of cultural relations and can provide a good basis for cooperation between the two countries.”

Commenting on the 90th anniversary of the official relations between Iran and Japan, Torkaman said, 'We are ready to develop library cooperation as well as establishing a more integrated relationship in the form of implementing a diverse range of programs between the two sides, including planning and observing the Book Day of Iran in Japan, and vice versa.”

The ICRO Head is on a visit to Tokyo to attend the First Islam-Shinto Dialogue meeting, sponsored by Iran and Japan. He is also in Japan on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution and the 90th anniversary of the official relationship between Iran and Japan.
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