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History of Cultural Relations

The history of relationships between Iran and England, from its inspection, that is, from second half of thirteenth century when the king of England, Edward the first, established [diplomatic] relations with Iran until present time, have undergone through many developments and changes over past centuries. Under Safavi, Zand and Qajar dynasties the relations between two countries increasingly grew in dept and diversities, and reached its apex under reigns of the Palavis the first and second. It must be accepted that although remembering some of the historical conflicts and events might be bitter and hurtful for the Iranian nation, but development genuine cultural relations are far more important to be effected by those events and to prevent the establishment of mutually respectful and enriching cultural relations in future. We hope that two British and Iranian nations take steps in direction of greater understanding of both traditions, customs and beliefs based on our mutual cultural interests and establish a friendly interrelationships in exchanging of scientific achievements and cultural  knowledge. 

 

History of cultural agreement between Iran and England dates back to 1959. Although this agreement involves positive points on different aspects of cultural, scientific, educational and art, however, it is necessary that this agreement should be revaluated in the light of the developments taken place over past three decades

 

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