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Monday, January 02, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Under a decree from the presidential office, new head of the MoIC Hotels Enterprise, Shamsul Haq Mubariz has been introduced during a ceremony held at the ministry’s international conference hall the other day, the state ran agency BNA reported.
In the meeting, Acting Minister of Information and Culture and Deputy to the Youth Affairs, Dr. Kamal Sadat briefed and called the works shouldered by the head of the MoIC related hotels a tough task. He hoped Mubariz could go ahead successfully with the related affairs and asked the ministry’s related personnel not to spare effort to extend cooperation with him in this field, said the agency. The acting minister called for cooperation to promote the culture of hospitality within the said hotels, the agency added. Deputy Minister to Finance and Tourism of the Ministry, Zardasht Shams also spoke at the meeting and said works for improvement of the hotels was very challenging and that there was a need for effort to well execute them. According to the agency, Zardasht hoped the new chief could successfully perform his duty related to the hotels affairs. Meanwhile, Shamsul Haq Mubariz promised to do more to bring positive changes in the hotels affairs, the agency said.

Monday, January 02, 2017
Kabul (BNA) In a meeting with the Acting Minister of Information and Culture and Deputy to the Youth Affairs, Dr. Kamal Sadat, chief and some members of Nayeb Aminullah Khan Logary Council asked him of naming Beni Hesar Avenue after him, BNA reported the other day.
Dr. Sadat said Nayeb Aminullah Khan belonged to the entire people of Afghanistan and his office planned to hold a seminar related to him and the activities he has done, quoted the agency. He said their suggestion would be taken to the Roads Naming Commission.

Monday, January 02, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Dr. Kamal Sadat, Acting Minister and Deputy to the Youth Affairs of the Ministry of Information and Culture in a meeting with three creative teenagers, said the deputy ministry was related to the youth and they should be introduced for further raising their capacity, BNA reported.
“In any corner of the country, the talented youth should be sought and introduced to the ministry to be helped build their capacity and encouraged to advance their talent,” said the deputy minister. Abdul Khaleq, Ahmad Baset and Ahmad Abubakr are the three youth who could successfully build power electric cradle, electric bed and electric pen used in any type of mobile, said the agency. The acting minister lauded them for the innovation they made, with the youth thanking Dr. Sadat for the praising and saying this was the first time, a government high-ranking official encouraged them for their talent.

Saturday December 31, 2016

Kabul (BNA) Ministry of Information and Culture and Naw Andish civil society organization signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish the youth educational government, BNA reported.
According to the agency, the MoU was signed by the acting minister of information and culture, Dr. Kamal Sadat and president of the Naw Andish civil society organization here in Kabul on Wednesday. Hinting to educational government, Dr. Kamal Sadat said that deputy ministry on youth affairs has been doing its best to provide better facilities for the country’s youth, adding establishment of the youth parliament eased many youth politicians to come to Kabul from different provinces and practice good governance instead of following the path of those who chose to take the power through military means, which led to devastation of the country. Meanwhile, Ahmad Hewad Rahiab president of the Naw Andish organization briefed the participants on education government, adding the government would include one president, two vice presidents, five advisors, 25 ministers, 50 deputy ministers, 34 governors, 8 mayors and 11 independent directorates. According to him, the educational government would further strength the pillars of the current government and is form based on the constitution. “The initiative has been taken by the Naw Andish organization and the deputy ministry on youth affairs of the Ministry of Information and Culture which doesn’t have any similarity in other countries. We have models for most of the organizations, but we didn’t have any model for governments,” Rahiab said, adding the educational government is hoped to leave positive impact in the world.
 

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