China new export destination for Iranian domestic handicrafts

The Director General of Fars Province's Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts organization, Mosayyeb Amiri, emphasized the need for introducing the province's traditional arts and handicrafts in national and international arenas and hailed China as the new export destination for the city's local and traditional arts.

Iran (IMNA) - On the sidelines of the Ancient Civilizations Summit which is now running in China, an exhibition has been set to display local handicrafts of Fars. Crafts, engravings, traditional jewelries, mosaic works, copper  and engraving artworks, seven-color tiles and wooden artifacts have been showcased in the exhibition.

"This specialized exhibition is a mean to familiarize the Chinese people with the crafts and traditional arts of Fars province, especially the city of Shiraz," Mosayyeb Amiri said.

"Currently most of the province's handicraft products are exported to the Arab states of the Persian Gulf and European countries; this exhibition is a great opportunity to offer the potentials of the province's handicrafts to the new export destination," he noted.

Referring to the warm welcome of Chinese, Amiri added, "We hope that China would soon become a prominent destination for the province's handicraft exports."

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