Ambassador of the United States of Mexico: "We intend to expand our cooperation with the Centre"
On April 19, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of Mexico to Azerbaijan, Mrs. Victoria Romero, visited the State Translation Centre. During the meeting, the expansion of the Azerbaijani-Mexican literary and cultural ties, further steps in this direction and promotion of Azerbaijani literature in Mexico and Mexican literature in Azerbaijan were discussed. The creative heritage of world-famous Mexican writers such as Juan Rulfo, Octavio Paz, Carlos Fuentes, whose works had been translated and published by the Centre at different times in Azerbaijan, aroused great interest among the public. Besides, strong interest in Latin American literature, in general, was noted.
Victoria Romero: “As an embassy, we intend to expand our relations with the State Translation Centre and implement new literary projects within the framework of mutual cooperation. In this regard, we pay special attention to highlighting women's writing, the works of famous Mexican writers in Azerbaijan, as well as the works of leading women writers of Azerbaijan in Mexico.”
At the end of the meeting, the guest was presented with the book "Selected Works" by the outstanding writer Carlos Fuentes from samples of Mexican literature published by the Centre in the Azerbaijani language.
Azerbaijan State Translation Centre Announces Translation Qualifying Exams
The Azerbaijan State Translation Centre (AzSTC) is pleased to announce the next stage of translation qualifying exams with a view to improving the quality of language and translation, and identifying interpreters that meet certain standards of the translation profession across the country.
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Mustafa Abdel Halim: "We are interested in promoting Sudanese literature in Azerbaijan"
Mustafa Abdel Halim, the Charge d'Affaires of the Republic of Sudan in Azerbaijan, visited the State Translation Centre the other day.