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Saturday, June 30, 2018

Kabul (BNA) With initiation of deputy minister of information and culture on finance, administrative and tourism affairs, a women handicraft
S exhibition held in Babur Shah Center, BNA reported the other day.
During the exhibition, women hand-made foodstuff were put on display, according to the agency.
In inauguration ceremony of the fair, Deputy MoIC Sayeda Mojgan Mostafavi spoke about the women role in different dimensions of political. , social, cultural and economic, adding I hope inauguration of such fairs that indicate the artistic fingers of women would have a good market, BNA added.
She stated that holding such exhibitions would help women sell their handicrafts in and abroad, BNA went on to say.
About the first women handicrafts’ exhibition being sponsored by some production companies, the ministry of women affairs as well as in cooperation with the ministry of information and culture to mark Mother Day, MoIC’s gender department head Mahbouba Saadat said, ‘It is a matter of pleasure and I praise the mothers’ sacrifices a person who shakes the cradle with one hand and the world with another.’
Shukria Khostani.

Saturday June 30, 2018

Kabul (BNA) In a gathering consists of women journalists and some provincial councils’ representatives, acting minister of information of culture Ms. Hasena Safi said the ministry of information and culture has been as cultural and national identity.
According to BNA report, she added we are proud of women journalists and freedom of expression is one of the key achievements. The ministry of information and culture would always support the journalists, she went on to say. Acting minister Ms. Safi also pointed out on reforms within the ministry’s departments in the capital and other provinces of the country in the future. Furthermore, the participants briefed Ms. Safi about their problems in the provinces and asked for women journalists’ safety. According to another report, MoIC hotels enterprise department’s staffs congratulated Ms. Safi who has recently been appointed as acting minister of information and culture.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Dr. Kamal Sadat, the deputy to the ministry of information and culture on youths’ affairs, in a meeting, on Tuesday appreciated three hard-working media women, Naqiba Barekzai, Samira Sharifi and Razia Mohammadi and called them the servants of the country’s society and the people, BNA reported.
According to the agency, in the meeting, the deputy to the youths’ affairs of the ministry asked the whole country’s youths to work for the country’s development.
Meanwhile, Naqiba Barekzai thanked the deputy minister for his appreciation of the women and said they would effort no time to work for the development of the country alongside their brothers, as she believed women build half part of the society and they are ready to work to help[ the country get rid of the ongoing situation, said the agency.
The deputy youth minister, according to another report welcomed the Afghan refugee youth peace convoy in Pul-e-Charkhi area and said: “Your Islamic and national movement would never be empty of positive result”.  He said youth play key role in peace restoration and pointing to the country’s president ceasefire initiative, added this measure was warmly welcomed by the people and international community.  Ten Afghan youth refugees started a peace march on food crossing the Torkham port and reaching to ten along the way to the capital Kabul.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Prof. Mohammad Rassoul Bawary, the cultural and art deputy minister of information and culture in a meeting with the US cultural representative and the in charge of the US embassy’s cultural affairs in Kabul, Dr. Laura spoke about the implementation of the cultural projects in the country, BNA reported the other day.
Dr. Laura discussed the issue of the implementation of the cultural projects announced by the US in Afghanistan and expressed cooperation in this field, the agency said.
According to the agency both sides also discussed the reconstruction process of 80 historical monuments, the initial work of which has been completed.
The deputy minister also emphasized on the implementation of the cultural projects in cooperation with the US, the agency said.

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