"Iran-Kazakhstan relations are at a high level and we are looking for more friendship between the two nations," said the Consul General of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Golestan Province, Iran.
According to the ECO Cultural Institute, quoting Tasnim news agency from Gorgan, Aidjan Idashov said this afternoon at the screening of the documentary "Votbasi" (the family elder), which is related to the culture and customs of the Kazakhs living in Golestan province: It was interesting and a reminder not to forget many of our mirrors and rituals.
Expressing his satisfaction over the production of this documentary, he said: "Relations between Iran and Kazakhstan are at a high level, and in the 30 years since Kazakhstan's independence, several bilateral agreements and agreements have been signed between the two countries and excellent cultural relations between the two countries is established.
The Consul General of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Golestan Province said that the screening of the documentary "Votbasi" in Kazakhstan is interesting and added: "It will be interesting for our people to broadcast this documentary in Kazakhstan." It is not translated and our people will communicate well with it.
Regarding the coexistence of Kazakhs living in Iran, including Golestan, along with other ethnicities and other religions, he appreciated the hospitality of the people of Golestan and said: "We are looking for more friendship between Iran and Kazakhstan."