16 August 2018

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Saturday August 4, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Acting and Nominee Minster of Information and Culture Ms. (MoIC) Ms. Hasina Safi in a meeting with Minister of Counter Narcotics (MoCN) Ms. Salamat Azimi discussed expansion of cooperation between the two ministries.
According to BNA report, calling Ministry of Information and Culture’s role key in growing and supporting cultural and publication affairs, the Minister of Counter Narcotics wished further success to Acting and Nominee Minister of Information and Culture in her working affairs. She asked MoIC to enhance its cooperation in term of publishing and broadcasting that ministry’s messages via media on raising awareness to people on harms of narcotics. Acting and Nominee Minister of Information and Culture assured Minister of Counter Narcotics to do her best to expand cooperation and coordination between the two ministries.
 

Saturday August 4, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Acting and Nominee Minister of Information and Culture Ms. Hasina Safi in a meeting with Herat provincial information and culture department’s theater in-charge and actors heard their demands and problems, BNA reported.
During the meeting, representing others, Herat provincial information and culture department’s theater in-charge Faridoon Fakoori briefed the session about their activities. He also shared a number of their problems and demands with the Acting and Nominee Minister of Information and Culture, asking her attention to Herat Theater and the actors. He added a group of ten theater actors from Herat that also included one actor from Jawzjan and another from Daikundi have started a theater show titled ‘Peace for All’ in Kabul and intends to organize it in other provinces of the country as well. Calling theater and its actors’ role precious in delivering peace, national solidarity and national unity messages, Acting and Nominee Minister of Information and Culture assured the participants of her Ministry’s attention in art and cultural sections, particularly theater.
 

Wednesday, August 01, 2018

Kabul (BNA) In a meeting with Charge de Affairs of Chinese Embassy in Kabul, acting and nominee minister of information and culture Ms. Hasina Safi emphasized on strengthening bilateral cultural ties between the two countries, BNA reported yesterday.
Both sides discussed surveying of the archaeological sites in Badakhshan’s Wakhan by the two countries’ archaeologists, holding of cultural week of Afghanistan-China and role of the Silk Route, the agency added.
Meanwhile charge de affairs of Chinese embassy in Kabul assured of his country’s further cultural cooperation with Afghanistan.
Praising Chinese support of Afghanistan in different spheres, including that of culture and peace, Ms. Safi said culture and art were playing key role in bolstering bilateral cultural ties between the two countries.
 

Tuesday July 31, 2018

Kabul (BNA) In a meeting with three members of a Chinese MCC company, the country’s acting minister of information and culture, Ms. Hasina Safi said that her led ministry would make effort to accelerate work on excavation of historical relics around Mis-e-Ainak areas, where the move would help the mining process to get accelerated, according to a report from BNA on Monday.
The MCC delegation shared information with the minister about the company’s activities and plans and assured her of their cooperation with the archeologists in the Mis-e-Ainak project area, the state-run agency said. The acting minister, while praising China for its continued cooperation in different fields with Afghanistan, said such cooperation in various areas, highlights good relations between the two countries.
“These relations provide more cooperation opportunities between the two governments and nations,” the acting minster said. She said, had closely visited Mis-e-Ainak project area, where a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was also signed with the Ministry of Mines and petroleum, under which, the personnel of the ministry, if faced with historical relics during their mining works, should let the archeologists of the ministry of Information and Culture know about it. Ms. Hasina Safi also emphasized on speeding up the works of excavation of the historical relics around the Mis-e-Ainak project area.
 

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