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Monday June 25, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Second Vice President, Sarwar Danesh introduced Hasena Safi as nominate and acting minister for Ministry of Information and Culture (MoIC) to the ministry’s staffs.
According to BNA correspondent report, in a ceremony held at the conference hall of MoIC first, Wais Hedayat deputy office of President Readout the decree of president on introducing and appointing of Hasena Safi as nominate and acting minister for the ministry.
At the outset, Second Vice-President Sarwar Danesh said, Mrs. Hasena Safi is an active manager who has worked in different government and non-government administrative.
Second Vice-President also talked about achievements, challenges, responsibilities and missed opportunities of ministry of information and culture and wished further success to Mrs. Safi in her new career.
Then, Mrs. Hasena Safi spoke and thanked the President Ghani’s attention toward women, saying for the first time a woman has appointed as leader for Ministry of Information and Culture.
At the end of the ceremony, Mohammad Rasoul Bawari deputy minister of information and culture on cultural affairs talked about challenges and achievements of the ministry said, insufficient budget, insecurity and lack of capacity building are the main problems of the ministry.
M.A.Ansari
 

Monday, June 25, 2018

Kabul (BNA) The CD of the country’s historical monuments and touristic sites have been handed over to the Deputy Minister of Information and Culture on Cultural Affairs, Prof. Mohammad Rassoul Bawari, BNA reported the other day.
In a meeting attended by the Afghan Art Film Production head, Mohbobullah Khan, the deputy minister said:  “Afghanistan, after long break, could finally provide a better catalogue of pictures from the country’s historical and touristic sites and ethnography under the name of “Afghanistan in Picture” in cooperation with the Afghan Art Film Production, said the agency.
The CD of the country’s historical and touristic sites pictures has been handed over to the deputy minister by the head of the Afghan Art Film Production to be published, according to the agency.
 

Sunday, June 24, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Deputy Minister of information and culture on youth affairs Dr. Kamal Sadat met with Helmand peace convoy members, BNA reported the other day.
According to the agency, the Helmand peace convoy moved from Helmand 38 days ago, and arrived in Kabul last week.
The convoy’s demand in ensuring peace throughout the country, ceasefire extension and stopping of war, BNA added.
Praising the convoy’s peaceful movement, Dr. Sadat said peace was one of the Afghan people key demands, adding war continuation has caused to take many opportunities from youth.
He added his office has always made effort to encourage the youth to peace.
Furthermore, he said the country’s youth would always support you and your civil move.
 

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Deputy Minister of youth affairs for information and culture Dr. Kamal Sadat met yesterday with members of Helmand peace convoy.
In the meeting, deputy minister of youth affairs for information and culture by praising the peace activists for their initiative and move towards peace in the country said peace is the desire of the people of Afghanistan as ongoing war hast taken lots of opportunities from the country’s youths, adding that deputy ministry of youth affairs has always encouraged Afghan youths to work towards peace in the country.
He added that all Afghan youths were supporting the civil move of Helmand peace convoy.
 

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