In the presence of the ministry of culture and Islamic guidance

Meeting for planning the Int'l Islamic World Publishers' Conference held

Publish Date : Monday 4 January 2010 - 12:01
The meeting for planning the 1st International Islamic World Publishers' Conference was attended by Seyyed Mohammad Hosseini, the minister of culture and Islamic guidance, Ayatollah Taskhiri, the general manager of The World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought, Dr Mostafavi, The head of the Organization for Islamic Culture and Relations, Dr Khoramshad, the secretariat of education and research in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Mohsen Parviz, the secretariat of culture in the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance. The aim of this meeting was to exchange ideas on how the conference could be held in the best way.
Meeting for planning the Int
IBNA: The general manager of The World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought explained the aim of this meeting and said: It was decided in the meeting that the permanent secretariat of the conference use all its capacities for providing the facilities for all interested publishers.

Ali Zarei Najafdori added: In this meeting the aims and goals of the conference including the issues related to Islamic countries shared ideas on religious, science, civilization and culture were ratified and it was decided that these aims should be reached by concentrating on the capacities of the Islamic World Publishers and by trying to unify the Islamic countries.

The president's counselor talked about updating and disseminating the science of printing in the Islamic countries and said that it is also one of the aims of the conference. He also said: Introducing the latest technologies and the successful experiences related to publishing and printing is very important. We will try to prepare the grounds for publishers from different countries to cooperate.

This meeting was held yesterday evening January 2.

The 1st International Islamic World Publishers' Conference will be held in May 2010 in Tehran.
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