1120 GMT November 28, 2020
Islamic Culture and Relations Organization announced on March 9 that the exhibition was held in Georgian National Youth Palace and was welcomed by Iranian and Georgian art lovers as well as Iran's ambassador to Georgia, IRNA reported.
Iran’s Cultural Attaché in Georgia Mojtaba Kamranfar expressed satisfaction over the participation of elites and art lovers in the exhibition, adding that Iran-Georgia art exhibition would help further promote bilateral cooperation in other fields, particularly the economic and political areas.
In addition, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said on February 8 that Tehran and Tbilisi should improve relations in all fields to serve the two nations’ interests.
“Economic and cultural cooperation between Iran and Georgia should be further strengthened in line with the two nations’ interests,” Rouhani said in a telephone conversation with Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili.
He added that Tehran and Tbilisi enjoy great potential to enhance cooperation and noted that the cancellation of visa requirements between the two sides can help improve ties.