Kazakhstan ready to transfer copies of Persian manuscripts to Iran

February 25, 2008 - 0:0

TEHRAN -- Iran National Library and Archives (INLA) Director Ali-Akbar Ash’ari recently held talks with Issakhov Orynbassar director of the National Library of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Issakhov Orynbassar referred to his recent visit to Iran and announced that the National Library of Kazakhstan is ready to transfer copies of all its Persian manuscripts to INLA.
He also stated that Iran National Library and Archives is a good example of development in library sciences and activities.
Ash’ari referred to the relationship Kazakhstan and Iran as being very close and said, “Bilateral ties must deepen through more extensive cultural activities. We can increase cooperation and help provide facilities for students and researchers to readily access the scientific achievements of both countries.”
Iran’s Ambassador to Kazakhstan Ramin Mihanparast also attended the meeting and said that the libraries and their experts in the two countries play major roles in the provision of information.
The holding of joint seminars and the indexing of technical researches in collaborative efforts by both countries was also discussed at the meeting.