Najafi made the announcement while touring Iran’s stall at the 27th Muscat International Book Fair, IRNA wrote.
He said the center in Oman will respond to a growing interest in reading Farsi books in the Arab country.
During the envoy’s visit to the Iran’s pavilion, 11 children’s books, being translated into Arabic, were also unveiled.
The translated books have great illustrations, making them highly attractive for Omani book readers, the envoy said, adding that the Persian versions of the books also received kudos from Iranian families residing in Oman.
The 27th Muscat International Book Fair opened in the Omani capital on February 22 and will continue through March 3, as 826 publishers from 32 countries have participated in.