19 November 2019

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Leading body of the Ministry of Information and Culture (MoIC) in a message has congratulated successfully holding presidential elections to all Afghans and thanked the people for voting to democracy, republic, development and prosperous future.
In the message, leading body of the MoIC has also thanked the media for covering the elections’ voting process from beginning to end, updating the people from the process and successfully fulfilling their national and media duty.

Saturday September 28, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Hassina Safi acting minister of information and culture while casting her vote in Shahid Sardar Mohammad Daoud Khan high school’s voting center demanded from all people of Afghanistan particularly women to take part in the process.
According to BNA report, acting minister of information and culture said, I cast my vote and I wish to participate all proud and patriotic people of Afghanistan particularly women, sisters and mothers in the process.
Mrs. Safi added that such as women have participated in all campaigns and national programs, today is a historical day for having a stable and development country, women cast their votes.
Mrs. Safi also emphasized that all people particularly women must participate in national presidential election process and choose their candidate.

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Thursday, September 26, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Acting Minister of Information and Culture, Hasina Safi, paid a visit to Archeology directorate here yesterday, BNA reported.
The archeology directorate’s employees briefed the acting minister on their works, achievements and challenges, the agency added.
The head of excavations, Khair Mohammad Khairzada said the directorate could discover more than 350 artifacts, including coins, small statues and potteries from Mes-e-Aynak historical site since beginning of the solar year, adding 105 of which were registered and ready to be transferred to the national museum.
He also went on saying that archeologists were busy in excavations in Parwan, Kapisa, Nangarhar, Kandahar, Ghazni and Logar provinces, the agency quoted.
Praising the archeology directorate’s works, minister Safi said the main reason behind her assessments of different departments were to improve working affairs, bring about transparency and to address challenges exist before the employees, according to the agency.
The acting minister inspected different offices of the directorate and assured them of addressing their problems, the agency added.

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