Iranian and Russian officials in a meeting in Moscow have discussed ways to enhance cultural cooperation in light of traditional amity dating back to the 16th to 20th centuries.
The meeting was attended by Iran's Cultural Attache in Moscow Qahreman Soleimani, Director of the Russian-Austrian Forum Maria Matveeva and President of Ibn Sina Islamic Culture Research Foundation in Moscow Hamid Hadavi.
The two sides reviewed different aspects of a plan presented by Russian Presidential aide Andrei Fursenko. They also expressed willingness to hold conferences on cultural issues.
Fursenko's plan, which is to be finalized after holding scientific conference in the near future, includes the process of cooperation between Iran and Russia in the last few centuries and the prospect for bilateral relations.
The two sides agreed to review implementation of the plan regularly.