2On 18 December 2017, a panel discussion titled "The Poetical World of Jalaluddin Rumi" was held in the ceremonial hall of the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo. The panel discussions, which is the result of cooperation between the Center for Iranian Studies of the Scientific Research Institute "Ibn Sina" and the Department for Persian Language and Literature, Department for Oriental philology.The event was attended by a large number of students of the Persian language and literature department, Arabic language and literature department, and other foreign language departments, students of comparative literature, psychology as well as professors of the mentioned departments.

The Speakers at this event were: prof. dr. Seyed Kazem Mousavi, visiting professor at the Ministry of Education and Science IR Iran, and doc. dr. Munir Drkić, prof. Persian language and literature of the Faculty of Philosophy in Sarajevo. The program was completed by students of the Department for Persian Language and Literature who recited the verses from the "Dīwān-e Kabīr " and "Maṭnawīye" and read the passages from the prose film "Fīhi mā fīhi". The moderator of the panel was Dr. Ahmed Zildžić, professor of Iranian and Islamic civilization.
Dr. Zildžić announced the beginning of the panel discussion and on that occasion he said a few words about Jalaluddin Rumi, and he reflected on the tradition of "mezhanism" in BiH, as well as the celebration of the "Šeb-arus" night. Dr. Zildžić also pointed out that with the book "Multilingualism in Masnawi by Jalaluddin Rumi",and his author Dr. Munir Drkić started the process of studying Rumi's works at the university level.
Dr. Kazem Mousavi in ​​his presentation spoke about Rumi's world and the world of his poetry. He looked at Rumi's perception of the relation between the real and the real world, and in two forms of time: the straight and circular time that Rums speaks especially in Masnawi.
In his presentation, dr. Munir Drkic spoke about the reasons for Rumi's popularity in the Balkans, especially in BiH. He pointed out five reasons for Rumi's popularity: Rumi's attachment to Islamic culture, its origins, its attachment to classical Persian literature, life in multiethnic and multicultural environment in Konya, and Rumi's fateful encounter with Shem from Tebriza and the influence that Shems had on the formation of Rumi's personality and his worldview.