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Nicaraguans interested in Iranian culture, art: Envoy

The Nicaraguan ambassador to Tehran Isaac Lenin Brawoujin said Nicaraguans are into Iranian culture and art.

The Nicaraguan ambassador to Tehran Isaac Lenin Brawoujin has said that Nicaraguans are interested in the Iranian culture and art.

In his meeting with Farabi Cinema Foundation director Alireza Tabesh on Monday, Brawoujin emphasized on strengthening and expanding culture and cinema between the two countries.

Pointing to the ancient history of cinematic productions in Iran's film industry and cinema, he said that Nicaraguans are interested in Iranian films and being acquainted with Iran's culture and art.

"We hope that by developing cooperation between the two countries' cinema centers and television networks, Iranian culture and art will be introduced to the people of Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Honduras," he added.

Tabesh, who introduced the structure and specialized cinematic institutions of Iran to the envoy during the meeting, for his part, underscored the significance of boosting mutual cinematic and cultural cooperation in the form of workshops and meetings, setting up cultural and artistic weeks, and joint productions.

Back in early September, the Nicaraguan ambassador met and held talks with the director of the National Museum of Iran Jebreil Noukandeh, where he expressed hope that joint cultural projects could lead to strengthening friendly relations between the two countries.