Baghdad International Book Fair, held in December saw the participation of Arab publishing houses from the region and beyond. Despite the Corona pandemic, Emirati printing houses decided to attend the exhibition and contribute to the success of the show.
The Baghdad International Book Fair has enjoyed the participation of top publishing houses from around the world displaying a variety of book including children and pedagogical works by distinguished authors.
The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, inaugurated the Iraq International Book Fair, which was called Muzaffar al-Nawab, in honor of the great Iraqi poet.
More than 300 publishing houses from 21 Arab and foreign countries participate in the exhibition, and its pavilions include about one million titles covering various fields of knowledge, creativity and art.
The exhibition was held in five large halls, and the street that separated the halls was devoted to booksellers and booksellers in Al-Mutanabbi Street, and the best-known cafes in the country.