|Iran to hold Quran week in Kazakhstan||
TEHRAN – Iran’s cultural attaché’s office in Kazakhstan will be holding Quran week, which will open in Almaty on the first day of Ramadan on June 29 this year.
A collection of Quran translations in different languages, handicrafts with the central theme of the Quran, calligraphy works and various copies of the Quran will go on display in the library of the National Academy of Sciences of Kazakhstan and the Central State Museum.
A number of Iranian Quran reciters and calligraphers have also been invited to attend the program, Iran’s Islamic Cultural Relations Organization (ICRO) announced in a press release on Saturday.
In addition, several Iranian Quran researchers have been invited to deliver speeches during the week.
This is the third year Iran’s Cultural Office is holding Quran week in Kazakhstan.
Iran’s cultural attaché’s office is also scheduled to hold a similar program in the eastern Kazakh city of Oskemen at the same time.
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