Managing Director of the 36th Tunisia International Book Fair Mabrouk Al-Mannai met Iran’s Cultural Attaché to Tunisia and welcomed the nomination of our country as the next guest of honor of the event.
On the sidelines of the event and in a meeting with Mr. Al-Mannai, Iran’s Cultural Attaché to Tunisia Maisam Farahani referred to the key role played by books and reading in the development of the general culture and raising awareness in any society, public relations department of Islamic Culture and Relations in Tehran reported.
He also indicated to the active participation of Iranian publishers in the earlier editions of the Fair is proposed the nomination of Iran as the next guest of honor in the event. Tunisian President Kais Saied visited the Iranian stand at 36th Tunisia Book Fair.
He referred to the status of Iranian culture among Tunisian thinkers and elites and stressed that during his career as a university instructor he has always tried to introduce and discuss the Iranian civilization.
Around 300 publishing houses from 20 Arab and foreign countries, including the UAE, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Egypt, France and Canada, in addition to 150 Tunisian publishing houses, are participated in the 36th Tunisia International Book Fair.