|Iran to expand cultural ties with Sri Lanka, Mexico||
TEHRAN — The ambassadors of Sri Lanka and Mexico have met with Iranian Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Ali Jannati during separate meetings in Tehran to discuss the expansion of cultural cooperation, the Culture Ministry announced in a press release on Saturday.
Sri Lankan Ambassador Mohamed Faizal Razeen and Jannati emphasized the development of bilateral ties and the establishment of friendship association between the two countries.
Jannati also said that Iran is ready to collaborate with Sri Lanka in cinema and film productions, the ministry announced in a press release published on Saturday.
There is also a good opportunity to expand cooperation on cultural heritage, Jannati added.
Razeen also said that both countries have had good relations since years ago.
He added that he will do his best to expand cultural relations and help the Muslims of his country.
In addition, in another meeting with the Mexican Ambassador Ulises Canchola Gutierrez, Jannati said that Iran is ready to collaborate with Mexico in cultural heritage activities.
He expressed hope both countries can take further steps in bilateral cultural activities.
Iran is ready to translate Persian books into Spanish and Mexican books into Persian to affect an exchange of the cultures between the two countries.
Canchola Gutierrez said that his country regards Iran as a country with a rich culture and civilization.
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