The Meeting of the Kabul University Officials and the Cultural Advisor of the Islamic Republic of Iran Embassy in Kabul, in Connection with the better Performance of the Book Fair and the Academic and Cultural Discourse of Mysticism, Lyrics and Sufism

Professor Hamidullah Farooqi Chancellor of Kabul University and Advisor of Chief Minister in Higher Education Affairs of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has met Dr. Reza Maliki, Cultural Advisor of the Islamic Republic of Iran Embassy in Kabul in his office on Saturday, April 7th, during their visit they talked on the better work of the Book Fair and academic discourse and cultural, mysticism, lyrics and mysticism that will be held early in the month of May this year at Kabul University.

In the beginning, the chancellor of the Kabul University, welcomed the Iranian officials and continued to make preparations for the better plans for the Iranian authorities, making these programs a major and historic event for Kabul University and the cultural advisor of Iran. Prof. Farooqi said the program has a special cultural significance and importance in developing, and strengthening the cultural relations of both (Afghanistan and Iran) countries.

Prof. Farooqi called for the joint responsibility of Kabul University and Cultural Advisor to the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, calling on the deputy ministers of academic, financial and administrative affairs, in order to facilitate the successful implementation of the programs, and the collaborative support of the Department of Cultural Advice of Iran and Kabul University.

Then, the Academic Affairs Deputy of Kabul University, Dr. Mohammad Na'im Azimi, and Prof. Mohammad Reza Farzam, while some of the Islamic Republic of Iran's cultural advisers also attended, talked about the progress and done work to make this program better. On the other hand, the two seminars articles, which are planned to be presented in the academic and cultural discourse, have been discussed with the Iranian authorities.

Mr. Reza al-Maliki, the Iranian cultural adviser in Kabul, has also provided information on the undertaken activities to better organize the academic and cultural discourse and book exhibitions, and the eagerness to make the program better with Kabul University, and their efforts to coordinate.

The current meeting has been held in the previous sessions of the last year and early month of this year, during which the emphasis was put on better implementation of the programs. At the recent meeting, along with a visit to the academic and cultural forum, the responsibilities of the university's president and the Cultural Counseling Office of Iran in Kabul were identified, so that there would be an ongoing program of academic and cultural effort.