0846 GMT May 23, 2019
“Regarding Iran-Pakistan warm relations there can be a good mutual cooperation on sharing experiences of Qur’an exhibitions,” the Pak ambassador said.
She also thanked Iranian culture ministry for selecting Pakistan as the especial guest of the 27th edition of International Qur’an Exhibition, Mehr News Agency wrote.
The 27th edition of International Quran Exhibition kicked off at Tehran’s Imam Khomeini Grand Prayers Ground (Mosalla) on Saturday with a special ceremony attended by Iran’s Culture Minister Abbas Salehi and a number of foreign guests.
Countries such as Pakistan, Turkey, Yemen, India, Iraq, Indonesia, Tunisia, Palestine, Afghanistan and Russia have been invited to participate in the event.