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Ambassador`s interview published by IRNA

Iranian news agency IRNA in the Persian language published the talks with the Ambassador, who stated that cultural cooperation is the most important part of the relations between the countries, including Serbia and Iran. He said that culture is a prerequisite for good relations in all other spheres. He emphasized that Serbia and Iran have very good relations in the field of culture, that Serbia was a special guest at the International Book Fair in Tehran, and that at that time two books by Serbian authors were translated into Persian. It is further stated that numerous Iranian books have been translated into Serbian and there is good cooperation in the field of film, and that two culture ministers have agreed that the two countries will make a joint film. Recently, the Week of Serbian Film, which was held in three Iranian cities - Tehran, Shiraz and Tabriz - was completed.



Closing ceremony of the Serbian film week in Shiraz

On August 29th, a ceremony was held in Shiraz on the occasion of the end of the Serbian Film Week. The ceremony was held after the screening of Vuk Rusumovic's film "Nobody's Child" in the hall of the Cultural Center of Shiraz. After the screening of the film, Ambassador Dragan Todorovic spoke, and then a panel discussion was held where the audience asked questions to director Rušumović and coauthor Ana Tomović. Also a debate was held on which the director and coauthor, a representative of the Film Center of Serbia Mirolljub Vuckovic and the Iranian hosts took part.


Climbers from Krusevac in Iran

The members of the Mountaineering Society "Jastrebac" from Krusevac visited Embassy. They were  in Iran where they climbed to the highest volcanic peak of Damavand near Tehren.


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