The scholars are coming from Uzbekistan, Turkey, Syria, Albania, Serbia, Kenya, Tunisia, India, Lebanon, Bangladesh and Uganda, the foundation announced in a press release published on Thursday.

A review of the problems of teaching the Persian language in different countries and the educational needs of non-native Persian language learners are among the major topics to be discussed at the meeting.

Several other scholars from Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO) are also expected to attend the meeting.

The meeting is part of the 85th Persian Language and Literature Refresher Course held annually at the foundation for a selected group of Persian literature aficionados from around the globe.

Source: Tehran Times