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Envoy praises Russian Iranologist for spreading Persian language

by www.irna.ir

Moscow, Oct 12, IRNA - Iranian Ambassador to Russia Mehdi Sanaei hailed the efforts of Russian scriptologist Mohammad Nouri Osmanov for spreading the Persian language and its learning in Russia.


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