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NEW CULTURAL COUNSELLOR PLEDGES SUPPORT TO ZIMBABWEAN UNIVERSITIES/// Report on the celebration of the birth anniversary of Imam Ali (as) in Harare///
Brief History

The Culture Centre of the Islamic Republic of Iran started its activities in Zimbabwe in an unofficially capacity in 1988 but was officially inaugurated in 1991 after the exchange of official cultural agreement between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Zimbabwe.
Currently, the centre in the Republic of Zimbabwe is one of the nine Cultural centres of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Africa under the supervision of the Organization of Culture and Islamic Relations.

The purposes for the establishment of the Cultural Centre of Islamic Republic of Iran in Harare was to introduce the following:

i) the culture, arts and civilization of Iran.
ii) the goals and achievements of the Islamic Revolution of Iran and the cultural thoughts and opinions of Imam Khomeini (R.A) the founder of Islamic Revolutions and Ayatullah Khamenei the current spiritual leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
iii) the cultural and social aspects of Zimbabweans and the Iranian people.
iv) Development and rejuvenation of the Islamic culture and civilization to the non-Muslims of Zimbabwe.
v) Promotion of Shia faith and Shiism culture among Zimbabwean Muslims.
vi) Strengthening of cultural and social position of Zimbabwean Muslims and stabilizing Islamic unity among them.
vii) Preservation of religious identity of Zimbabwean Shia and uplifting their social and cultural situation.
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