Pakistan-Afghanistan to promote literary relations

NationalPakistan-Afghanistan to promote literary relations

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Chairman Pakistan Academy of Letters (PAL) Professor Dr. Muhammad Qasim Bughio on Tuesday said that Pakistan and Afghanistan would promote literary relations between each other.

He stated this in a meeting with Cultural Attache Afghanistan Embassy Professor A Rehman Habibzai here at PAL, said a press release.

   

Chairman PAL proposed that exchange of literary delegations between the two countries would make it easy to understand the literature of two countries.

Professor A Rehman Habibzai said that Pakistan and Afghanistan would establish literary corner at Institute of Literature in Afghanistan.

“Similarly, PAL would establish a separate corner for the literature of Afghanistan in Academy Library”, he said.

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