Persian-Language Courses in Serbia
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Persian-Language Courses in Serbia

The National Library of Serbia hosted the opening ceremony of Persian-language courses to be held in different educational centers and in some cities of the country.
At the ceremony, Iran’s cultural attaché in Belgrade Mahmoud Shalouei said he was pleased “with the great number of people interested in Persian language and literature and the enthusiasm of Serbia’s academic circles in holding the courses,” IRNA reported.
Shalouei further said: “Expanding Persian-language courses in Serbia is a top priority. Currently the sessions are held at the cultural attaché office as well as in some universities including Belgrade and Novi Sad.
Persian-language courses are also planned to be organized in a Belgrade high school and in the cities of Uzice and Smederevo. Moreover Megatrend University, a private university in Belgrade, will also host the courses.
“Serbians’ great interest in the language indeed indicates mutual cultural ties,” he added.
Also speaking at the event, Saeed Safari, language instructor, explained that the courses will include educational workshops, poetry sessions, online support as well as other cultural events.


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