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IRAN’S PARTICIPATION AT ZIMBABWE INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR 2016 A SUCCESS

IRAN’S PARTICIPATION AT ZIMBABWE INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR 2016 A SUCCESS

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IRAN’S PARTICIPATION AT ZIMBABWE INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR 2016 A SUCCESS

2 May 2017

The Cultural Centre of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s participation at the just ended 58th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second largest city was quite a success.

Iran’s participation was highly successful because of the high quality and quantity of visitors who toured its pavilion.

Iran’s pavilion, located in Hall 3, home to all Zimbabwe’s institutions of Higher learning as well as some top government ministries, was always swarmed by people from all walks of life eager to know and learn about the rich and diverse cultural diversity of Iran.

This year’s exhibition was made more special by the prominent presence of Iran’s new ambassador to Zimbabwe, H. E. Ahmad Erfanian and his family as well as Iran’s Cultural Counsellor to Harare, Dr Mohsen Shojakhani.

His Excellency the Ambassador took time to view the exhibits at the pavilion. He was very much impressed by the pavilion set up.

It was quite exciting to see Dr Shojakhani taking the visitors through the historical journey that Iran has travelled in her quest to preserve her centuries old culture, seen through the various eye catching handicrafts, posters of the various archaeological and UNESCO recognised heritage sites, the various paintings and drawings by highly acclaimed Iranian artists, images of the majestic Imam Reza’s shrine, images of the highly rated climatic conditions of Iran, as well as the Images of the Supreme leaders of Iran and that of President Rouhani flanked by the colourful Iranian national flag as well as the flag of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organizatio, among many of the materials that were on exhibit.

Dr Shojakhani also had time to explain in detail all the art forms and their meaning to the host of mesmerised visitors who just drowned themselves in awe at the beauty of the goods on display.

He also had the opportunity to meet Zimbabwe’s top government officials as the Cultural Centre of the Embassy of Iran presses ahead with its thrust to expand cultural relations between Iran and Zimbabwe.

Almost all the people who passed through the pavilion requested to have pictures of them taken whilst posing at the pavilion.

Over the years Iran has been participating at the ZITF and the support has been overwhelming.

Visitors to the pavilion requested that Iran should bring handmade Iranian rags and carpets as well as a more diversified range of handicrafts to the next edition of the ZITF.

Visitors wanted to know more on what Iran can offer in terms of educational opportunities for Zimbabweans intending to pursue post graduate degree studies, the potential of Iran as a holiday destination and the prospects of Zimbabwean artists being granted opportunities to study Iranian art in Iran, among others. 

The trade fair was officially opened by the president of Namibia, Mr Hage Geingob. Before the official opening proceedings on Friday, 28 April, President Geingob accompanied by Zimbabwe’s President, Mr Robert Mugabe toured a number of exhibition pavilions, including Shirin Asal, one of the largest confectionary and sweet manufacturers from Iran who were housed in hall number 5.

H.E. the Iranian Ambassador, Mr Erfanian and Dr Shojakhani also witnessed the visit to Shirin Asal by the two presidents as well as the official opening of the trade fair.

The Trade Fair exhibition was held from the 25th to the 29th April.

 

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IRAN’S PARTICIPATION AT ZIMBABWE INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR 2016 A SUCCESS

2 May 2017

The Cultural Centre of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran’s participation at the just ended 58th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second largest city was quite a success.

Iran’s participation was highly successful because of the high quality and quantity of visitors who toured its pavilion.

Iran’s pavilion, located in Hall 3, home to all Zimbabwe’s institutions of Higher learning as well as some top government ministries, was always swarmed by people from all walks of life eager to know and learn about the rich and diverse cultural diversity of Iran.

This year’s exhibition was made more special by the prominent presence of Iran’s new ambassador to Zimbabwe, H. E. Ahmad Erfanian and his family as well as Iran’s Cultural Counsellor to Harare, Dr Mohsen Shojakhani.

His Excellency the Ambassador took time to view the exhibits at the pavilion. He was very much impressed by the pavilion set up.

It was quite exciting to see Dr Shojakhani taking the visitors through the historical journey that Iran has travelled in her quest to preserve her centuries old culture, seen through the various eye catching handicrafts, posters of the various archaeological and UNESCO recognised heritage sites, the various paintings and drawings by highly acclaimed Iranian artists, images of the majestic Imam Reza’s shrine, images of the highly rated climatic conditions of Iran, as well as the Images of the Supreme leaders of Iran and that of President Rouhani flanked by the colourful Iranian national flag as well as the flag of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organizatio, among many of the materials that were on exhibit.

Dr Shojakhani also had time to explain in detail all the art forms and their meaning to the host of mesmerised visitors who just drowned themselves in awe at the beauty of the goods on display.

He also had the opportunity to meet Zimbabwe’s top government officials as the Cultural Centre of the Embassy of Iran presses ahead with its thrust to expand cultural relations between Iran and Zimbabwe.

Almost all the people who passed through the pavilion requested to have pictures of them taken whilst posing at the pavilion.

Over the years Iran has been participating at the ZITF and the support has been overwhelming.

Visitors to the pavilion requested that Iran should bring handmade Iranian rags and carpets as well as a more diversified range of handicrafts to the next edition of the ZITF.

Visitors wanted to know more on what Iran can offer in terms of educational opportunities for Zimbabweans intending to pursue post graduate degree studies, the potential of Iran as a holiday destination and the prospects of Zimbabwean artists being granted opportunities to study Iranian art in Iran, among others. 

The trade fair was officially opened by the president of Namibia, Mr Hage Geingob. Before the official opening proceedings on Friday, 28 April, President Geingob accompanied by Zimbabwe’s President, Mr Robert Mugabe toured a number of exhibition pavilions, including Shirin Asal, one of the largest confectionary and sweet manufacturers from Iran who were housed in hall number 5.

H.E. the Iranian Ambassador, Mr Erfanian and Dr Shojakhani also witnessed the visit to Shirin Asal by the two presidents as well as the official opening of the trade fair.

The Trade Fair exhibition was held from the 25th to the 29th April.

IRANS PARTICIPATION AT ZIMBABWE INTERNATIONAL TRADE FAIR 2016 A SUCCESS

2 May 2017

The Cultural Centre of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Irans participation at the just ended 58th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair in Bulawayo, Zimbabwes second largest city was quite a success.

Irans participation was highly successful because of the high quality and quantity of visitors who toured its pavilion.

Irans pavilion, located in Hall 3, home to all Zimbabwes institutions of Higher learning as well as some top government ministries, was always swarmed by people from all walks of life eager to know and learn about the rich and diverse cultural diversity of Iran.

This years exhibition was made more special by the prominent presence of Irans new ambassador to Zimbabwe, H. E. Ahmad Erfanian and his family as well as Irans Cultural Counsellor to Harare, Dr Mohsen Shojakhani.

His Excellency the Ambassador took time to view the exhibits at the pavilion. He was very much impressed by the pavilion set up.

It was quite exciting to see Dr Shojakhani taking the visitors through the historical journey that Iran has travelled in her quest to preserve her centuries old culture, seen through the various eye catching handicrafts, posters of the various archaeological and UNESCO recognised heritage sites, the various paintings and drawings by highly acclaimed Iranian artists, images of the majestic Imam Rezas shrine, images of the highly rated climatic conditions of Iran, as well as the Images of the Supreme leaders of Iran and that of President Rouhani flanked by the colourful Iranian national flag as well as the flag of the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, among many of the materials that were on exhibit.

Dr Shojakhani also had time to explain in detail all the art forms and their meaning to the host of mesmerised visitors who just drowned themselves in awe at the beauty of the goods on display.

He also had the opportunity to meet Zimbabwes top government officials as the Cultural Centre of the Embassy of Iran presses ahead with its thrust to expand cultural relations between Iran and Zimbabwe.

Almost all the people who passed through the pavilion requested to have pictures of them taken whilst posing at the pavilion.

Over the years Iran has been participating at the ZITF and the support has been overwhelming.

Visitors to the pavilion requested that Iran should bring handmade Iranian rags and carpets as well as a more diversified range of handicrafts to the next edition of the ZITF.

Visitors wanted to know more on what Iran can offer in terms of educational opportunities for Zimbabweans intending to pursue post graduate degree studies, the potential of Iran as a holiday destination and the prospects of Zimbabwean artists being granted opportunities to study Iranian art in Iran, among others. 

The trade fair was officially opened by the president of Namibia, Mr Hage Geingob. Before the official opening proceedings on Friday, 28 April, President Geingob accompanied by Zimbabwes President, Mr Robert Mugabe toured a number of exhibition pavilions, including Shirin Asal, one of the largest confectionary and sweet manufacturers from Iran who were housed in hall number 5.

H.E. the Iranian Ambassador, Mr Erfanian and Dr Shojakhani also witnessed the visit to Shirin Asal by the two presidents as well as the official opening of the trade fair.

The Trade Fair exhibition was held from the 25th to the 29th April.

 

 


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