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Turkaman sends message of Condolence on the sad occasion of prominent Tajik scholar

The Chairman of Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, Mr. Abuzar Ebrahimi Turkaman, has sent a message of condolence following the death of the Tajik renowned Iranologist, the late Jore Beig Nazri.

According to Public Relations Department of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO), the message reads as follow:

Honorable Minister of Culture of Republic of Tajikistan,

Madam Zolfie Dolatzadeh:

With greeting and respect,

 On this sad occasion of the demise of the prominent Iranologist, scholar and researcher of the Persian language and literature, the late Jore Beig Nazri, hereby I would like to extend my deepest condolences to you and all other scholars, artists, co-linguists and cordial people in that ancient land of Persian language.

Undoubtedly, missing of such a great scientific and literary figure is a great loss and cause of sadness for the guardians and heirs of common culture, art and literature of our two nations and the only way to cope with the grief is to follow his path and honor those who are the themselves source of honor and prominent personalities.

The works of the diseased scholar are signs of his affection and devotion toward people who are well known for their cordiality beyond the limits of geographical boundaries and shared ancient art and cultural heritage, particularly the sweet Persian language.

I hope that the deep rooted and balky tree of the Persian language, through the joint cultural efforts of Islamic Republic of Iran and Republic of Tajikistan to become flourished and dinamic in the future.   



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