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Second International Conference on “Bushehr, Basra and Muscat: Socio-Cultural Relations”

The second international conference on “Bushehr, Basrah and Masqat: Socio-Cultural Relations”, co-organized by the Persian Gulf University of Bushehr, Basrah Univeristy and the Center for International Research and Education, kicked off on Sunday March 10, 2013. Officials and scholars from the Islamic Republic of Iran, Oman, Iraq, Turkey, France and India attended this two-day conference and discussed different aspects of interactions, cooperation and relationships between these coastal cities of the Persian Gulf. Ayatollah Safaei Bushehri addressed the audience in the opening ceremony and discussed different cultural and social aspects of Basrah-Bushehr-Masqat axis and accentuated the role of the clergies and scholars in this regard. Mr. Daman Pak Jami, research deputy at the Center for International Research and Education, the message of the minister of foreign affairs on his behalf in which the importance of regional cooperation in the Persian Gulf region particularly among scientific and research centers was stressed and the need for creating mechanisms for bringing about durable relationships between these centers was emphasized. The message reads: bringing order to research and scientific cooperation among the countries in the west of Asia is seen as a necessity to the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Dr. Hadi Soleimanpour, the head of the Center for International Research and Education, referred to recent developments in the region and mentioned the fact that the people are distancing themselves from the authoritarian regimes and are approaching intra-regional relations and this makes regional convergence an inevitable requirement of the period of transition.


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