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Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The representative of the national security department delivered an historic relic to Temur Shah Ishaqzai deputy minister for information and culture in youth affairs. 
While receiving, the historical relic Ishaqzai thanked the employees of the national security department who have exerted efforts for seizing this relic having 300 years background.
Sakhi Muneer head of the National Achieve said that this relic is fa hand-written book indicating its connection with the Christianity era which was used during their religious ceremonies.
The historic book has leather cover and shows its affiliation with the Egypt.
The historic book has been delivered by Daoud Hesas representative of the National Security Department and it was submitted to the National Museum for preservation.
 

Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The center for regional studies and cultural commonality of Afghanistan and the region has been initiated by the academy of sciences of Afghanistan.
The seminar began with a message of president Karzai read out by Dr. Najmuddin Tareen acting chairman of the academy of sciences of Afghanistan in which the initiative of the academy of sciences for holding this seminar has been appreciated. 
The discussions on cultural commonality of Afghanistan are an outstanding issue for cultural bonds bring the nations closer and helps friendship among them.
The message appreciates the organizers of the seminar.
A message of Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen Minister of Information and Culture was readout by Jalal Noornai advisor of the ministry.
The message reads that Afghanistan is situated in a region of the planet surrounded by countries of Iran, Pakistan, India, Turkey, Iraq, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, China and Central Asian nations and our country is located in  between them as a brilliant shining land.
Those who called Afghanistan as the heart of Asia it is not incorrect.
Nabi Farahi, deputy minister of information and culture said at the seminar that Afghanistan is the cradle of different cultures of the region.  He faded that rehabilitation of the Silk Route and membership at the SARRC, Shanghai, ECO and others is not the demand of today’s policies but this is Afghanistan’s historic essence that is paving ground for solidarity among the cultures and peoples of this region.  Sharafuddin ambassador of Tajikistan said that relations of cultural cooperation have its high values making our ties historically more beneficial and further deeper.
The work of the seminar continues today as well.
 

Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The international biography center, Cambridge in Britain has chosen mathematician philosopher Mohammad Sediq Afghan as the Man of Year 2012.
Keeping in mind the research and work in the field of mathematics, the Britain-based scientific center has also designed a special medal in recognition of the research work of Sediq Afghan and authorized the Afghan philosopher to confer the medal to scholars of the world, the Britain-based center and the World Federation Massachusetts of America has invited Sediq Afghan and his team to attend the international conference to be held in US from June 28 to July 3,2013 and from July 3 to July 6 2013.
The academy of Science, Afghanistan while congratulates the pride to the whole Afghan nation also wishes more success for the philosopher Sediq Afghan.
 

Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr. Zalmai Rasoul handed over the document of 215 coins of Koshanides era to minister for information and culture Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen yesterday and Dr. Raheen submitted them to head of national Museum Omara Khan Masoudi for preservation.
The coins had been taken to London some 40 years ago and the Britain official’s returned them to Afghan ambassador to Britain Daudyar.
In his speech on the occasion, Dr. Raheen while expressed his gratitude to the foreign minister for his personal attention and Afghan diplomats, stated that it is a matter of pleasure that Afghan relics have been returned home.
Dr. Rasoul also expressed his happiness over the return of the artifacts.
Ambassador Daudyar in his address described the relics as cultural heritages of the country, saying they had been taken to London by British archeologist David Hague in 60s and had been used in teaching archeology of the region.