Iran, Zimbabwe Writers, Publishers Meet at Harare Book Fair
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian and Zimbabwean writers and publishers exchanged views on the sidelines of a book exhibition in Harare on July 31.
The meeting held at the Iranian pavilion in the book fair aimed to pave the ground for more cultural interactions between the writers and publishers of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Zimbabwe.
Iran's cultural attaché to Harare described the meeting as an interaction to begin a new move in the development of the two countries' cultural relations.
He also announced Iran's interest in translating into Persian books written in different African languages, and termed the possibility for the further interaction between Iranian and Zimbabwean writers and publishers "important".
Also Makari, a Christian Zimbabwean writer who has published a book on the life of the late Imam Khomeini, Founder of the Islamic Revolution, in Iran elaborated on his understanding and impressions of the culture and history of the Islamic Iran.