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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Kabul (BNA) A meeting was held by the Ministry of Information and Culture, with the Acting Minister, Mohammad Rassoul Bawari on the chair, to review the draft strategy of the ministry’s five-year-plan, BNA reported the other day.
In the meeting attended by a number of University lecturers, members of Afghanistan Academy of Sciences and the ministry’s related directors, Prof. Bawari spoke first saying the get-together was held to discuss how to help enrich the ministry’s five year strategy, said the agency.
“Two things are the most important points, the strategy should be strengthened by patriotism sentiment and the strategy codification should enjoy a good implementation aspect,” said Bawari, as quoted by the agency.
Meanwhile, the ministry’s legislative advisor, Delawar Nazirzoy spoke at the meeting saying the draft strategy was provided considering the ministry’s capacity and possibilities and seriously paid attention by the ministry.
Dr. Farid Ahmad Munib, a lecturer of the Al-Biruni University also spoke about the issue and then the participants talked on open discussions and presented their suggestions on the issue, said the agency.
The five-year strategy has been provided for better management of the affairs, with the ministry has to implement it during the next five years.
According to another report, Prof. Bawari met with the member of tourism institute and said the meeting was held to arrange well the textbooks of the tourism institute, said the agency.
The institute would take two years to train the professional cadres of the related organ and that experiences from other countries should be used in this field.
 

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Kabul (BNA) On the occasion of Book Week, special child book exhibition was opened in Babur Garden of Kabul.
The exhibition was held in cooperation with MoIC, Goete Institute, Kabul University, Children Support Post and Publishers Association.
In a ceremony held yesterday on this occasion, the message of President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani was read out.  In his message, President Ghani said, “Experiences, memories and information are delivered by book from generation to generation and it is worth mentioning that book is the most valuable product of human’s hand.
If there were not book, definitely human civilization would no reach to this destination”.
In the message, ministry of information and culture was praised for celebrating the Week of Book and encouragement of book-reading culture in Afghanistan society.
In the ceremony, deputy minister of publication affairs for information and culture Sayed Fazil Aqa Sancharaki spoke and said no considerable attention has been paid to book-reading culture during the past 15 years, therefore, it was needed to promote book-reading culture among youth and children in the country.
 

Monday, May 15, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Countrywide youth affairs managers provided their reports in a meeting chaired by deputy to the youth affairs of the ministry of information and culture, Dr. Kamal Sadat, a statement from his office said the other day.
The meeting was held to assess the reports about the activities of the related in-charges in the provincial youth affairs and that to help improve the youth situation, said the statement.
The participant, alongside their reports discussed their problems with the deputy youth affairs minister and asked the related organs and the government for meeting the challenges.
The youth’s situation improvement and development of the country was the main aim of the meeting, said the deputy minister.
Insecurity was also the main problem in some provinces, where the participants said should be removed, according to the statement quoting the deputy youth affairs minister, Dr. Sadat saying the youth should do their best to improve their situation, by using little facilities for more and effective development.
 

Monday, May 15, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Chaired by Mohammad Rassoul Bawari, Acting Minister of Information and Culture, the commission on “Paktika In The Course of History Seminar” held first meeting, Bakhtar News Agency said the other day.
According to the agency quoting the acting minister of information and culture, Mohammad Rassoul Bawari the meeting was held to further introduce Paktika province.
“The meeting was held to discuss the provincial culture, social, economic and political situation of the Paktika through the seminar,” said the agency.  He said his led ministry would do its all-out efforts to well manage and hold the seminar, the agency reported adding issues on set the timeline for holding the seminar and how to invite the guests and visitors and procurements of the facilities were also discussed.
The participants presented their suggestions on the issue and emphasized on well holding the seminar.
 

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