According to the report from Khabarnegaran Javan from Bojnurd, Ali Mostofian said in a meeting held at the General Directorate of the province to exchange views on how cultural and economic relations are based upon tourism and handicrafts with Yerevan will be.
On the other hand, the news that the indigenous tales of North Khorasan are being recorded as intangible heritage is very important and Yerevan could be a great exhibition to announce that.
The head of the General-Directorate of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts of North Khorasan, referring to the visit of a delegation with the governor of North Khorasan to Yerevan, added: “We are trying to make appropriate plans in the field of tourism, handicrafts, and cultural heritage to make the most of this opportunity.”
Mostofian said: “Setting up a booth for handicrafts and introducing the tourism capacities of the province by the private sector in the permanent exhibition of the Blue Mosque in Armenia is one of these programs.”
He said: “Holding a festival for travel enthusiasts and tourism activists in Armenia and familiarizing them with the tourist attractions of North Khorasan province is also one of our plans.”
Referring to the cultural commonalities of North Khorasan with Yerevan, he said: “Proposals in the field of cultural heritage, tourism and handicrafts have been presented to be discussed during the upcoming visit of the Governor of North Khorasan to Armenia and to be implemented in the form of multilateral agreements.”
After hearing the meeting of the Minister of Tourism of Iran and Germany and the agreements between the two countries to share the culture of their nation, the exhibition in Yerevan for North Khorasan, whose music has been registered as a UNESCO World Intangible Heritage, the future of Iranian Tourism Makes could be promising. Culture can compensate for the political isolation of Iran today.