Center of Farsi language, Iranian culture opens in Kyrgyzstan

The Kyrgyz State University, named after Ishenaly Arabaev, has established the center for Farsi language and Iranian culture.
The university aims to delve into the historical heritage of Iranian people, extensively explore the Farsi language, gain insight into the customs and traditions of one of the earliest civilizations, and broaden the enrollment of students in this field, according to’s report.
“The center for Farsi language and Iranian culture is a big step in strengthening bilateral ties between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Kyrgyz Republic, aimed at mutual enrichment, cooperation and development of friendly relations between the two countries in the higher education sector,” the statement said.
The center was founded on the basis of the Department of Fundamental and Applied Linguistics of the Institute of World Languages and International Relations.
The opening event was attended by the Ambassador of Iran to the Kyrgyz Republic Gholamhossein Yadegari, representative of the Al-Mustafa International University of Iran for Central Asia, Ali-Purman Mohseni, Deputy Minister of Culture, Information, Sports and Youth Policy of the Kyrgyz Republic Kairat Imanaliev, rector of the university, Aigul Abdraeva and others.

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