News ID: 236091
Published: 0303 GMT December 19, 2018

Envoy calls for translating Persian books into Bosnian

Envoy calls for translating Persian books into Bosnian

Books are the foundation of the society's development, said Iran's ambassador to Bosnia-Herzegovina calling for the translation of Persian books into Bosnian.

Mahmoud Heydari, who was speaking in a meeting with the heads of Iranian publishing companies participating in the Annual Winter Book Fair in the Bosnian capital of Sarajevo, highlighted the impact of books in developing cultural relations between Iran and Bosnia-Herzegovina, IRNA wrote.

He said that Iranians and Bosnians have many things in common and cited two Bosnian authors Fevzi Mostarac and Ahmed Sudi Bosnevi, who translated exquisite works by Persian poets and authors, as examples.

Head of Ibn Sina Institute said that their recently-published book 'Islam within European Identity' by Resid Hafizovic has received attention and has attracted the interested people to the book fair.

The 13th Annual Winter Book Fair is underway in Sarajevo's Collegium Artisticum on December 13-24 with the participation of Bosnian, Serbian, Croatian, and Montenegrin publishers.


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