0438 GMT July 22, 2019
He made the remarks while visiting the Iran stall at an exhibition which will be underway until December 24 in Tunis and aims to acquaint Tunisian visitors with Iranian culture and civilization, IRNA reported.
“Iranian cultural attaché office has an active participation in any cultural event in Tunisia,” he said.
Zainal Abedin expressed the hope for developing cultural ties between the two countries and also exchanging cultural delegations.
Iranian cultural attaché office showcased traditional handicrafts, dresses, food, confectioneries, pistachio, saffron and olive.