News ID: 343351
Publish Date: 10 April 2012 - 05:42
Navideshahed: In a ceremony held in the Armenian capital of Yerevan, Azim Edvard Haqverdian was honored for rendering the Holy Quran into Armenian.

Held on Haqverdians 60th birthday, the ceremony was attended by Iranian and Armenian writers and artists.

The Quran translator and artist received Armenian Culture Ministrys golden Medal of Honor at the function, IQNA reported.

Later in the program, Iranian Cultural Attaché in Yerevan Mehran Shiravand praised Haqverdians works and said such figures are an honor for the two neighborly and friendly nations of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Armenia.

The ceremony also featured the release of Haqverdians new poetry book as well as an exhibition of his paintings.

The Quran translation by Edvard Haqverdian was published in 1223 pages by Armenias Hyastan Publications in 2007.

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Source: ICRO

Held on Haqverdians 60th birthday, the ceremony was attended by Iranian and Armenian writers and artists. The Quran translator and artist received Armenian Culture Ministrys golden Medal of Honor at the function, IQNA reported. Later in the program, Iranian Cultural Attaché in Yerevan Mehran Shiravand praised Haqverdians works and said such figures are an honor for the two neighborly and friendly nations of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Armenia. The ceremony also featured the release of Haqverdians new poetry book as well as an exhibition of his paintings. The Quran translation by Edvard Haqverdian was published in 1223 pages by Armenias Hyastan Publications in 2007. The End Source: ICRO
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