Fars / The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran said today: “Next year, we will register” Yalda Night “as an intangible heritage of the region in UNESCO.
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“Yalda, Regional Solidarity” webinar, on the occasion of preserving the ancient religion of Yalda night and explaining its role in the solidarity of the people of this region with the participation of the Public Diplomacy and Media Center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ECO Cultural Institute and Saadi Foundation and in collaboration with Allameh Tabatabai University this afternoon Saturday) was held.
In this webinar, “Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel”, President of Saadi Foundation and Academy of Persian Language and Literature, “Saeed Khatibzadeh”, Spokesman and Head of Public Diplomacy and Media Center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran, “Sarvar Bakhti”, President of ECO Cultural Institute, “Abdul Ghafoor Lival” The Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Nizamuddin Zahedi, the Ambassador of the Republic of Tajikistan, the Ambassador of the Kyrgyz Republic, Avazbek Abdul Razzaqov, and Ahmad Paktchi, a faculty member of the Institute of Humanities and the Director of the Encyclopaedia Research Institute, delivered speeches.
Saeed Khatibzadeh, spokesman and director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Center for Public Diplomacy and Media, said in a speech that the ancient religion’s role in convergence and peace among the people of the region: “Yalda Night” or “Night” “Cheleh”, the night of the victory of light over darkness and a symbol of equality and equality among Iranians.
He further emphasized: the cultural view of the civilization of the countries of the region is becoming stronger day by day and these cultural elements are unifying elements among the people of the region.
The spokesman and head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Center for Public Diplomacy and Media also said: “Next year, we will register Yalda night as an intangible heritage of the region in UNESCO.”