The Islamic Republic of Iran introduced Iranian cultural and art achievements as the special guest in Denizli Book Fair, Turkey.
According to the Public Relations of Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, Denizli Book Fair, Turkey, was opened at the venue of international exhibitions in Denizli with the participation of more than 223 Turkish publishers and the Islamic Republic of Iran as the special guest.
In the opening ceremony of this Book Fair which was held with the presence of Ahmet Altiparmak, Denizli governor, and Osman Zolan, Denizli Mayor, appreciating the presence of the Cultural Center of the Islamic Republic of Iran in this Book Fair, Altiparmak stated that the establishment of this cultural event in Denizli is a great gift for the flourishing of reading books in this city.
Appreciating the publishers participating in the Book Fair, Altiparmak said that attention to books and reading books is one of the imperatives of cultural activities.
The Cultural Center of the Islamic Republic of Iran participated in this Book Fair with providing more than 100 books published in Turkish Istanbul language.
In addition, a part of books provided in this Book Fair which was exposed to public view were provided by the Cultural Center of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Izmir and Al-Mustafa International University (MIU) in Istanbul.
According to this report, this Book Fair will run for 10 days from March 31 to April 9 at the venue of international exhibitions in Denizli.