It is the fourth year that a pavilion has been specified for the center to display its publications and digital works at the international exhibition.
Akram Al-Najafi, director of the Quranic information office of the center, said that its digital library includes 50 Quranic software products which are unique among the Quranic works displayed at the book fair.
She added that 230 publication institutes from Iraq, and other countries have taken part with precious works in the exhibition.
Comparing with the previous edition of the book fair, this year’s exhibition has been held with the participation of 30 more institutes, she said.
Al-Najafi expressed hope that the academic-cultural event will get increasing success in disseminating the Quranic culture.
The 9th edition of Najaf international book fair got underway in the Iraqi holy city on March 9. The Tousi courtyard of the holy mausoleum of Imam Ali (AS) is hosting the event, which will run until Sunday, March 19.