Saturday, February 18, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Ministry of Information and Culture’s deputy minister of publication signed three different agreements with International institute for peace, media and good governance, Hajer international organization and Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission here on Wednesday, Bakhter News Agency reported.
According to the agency, addressing the ceremony, deputy minister of publication Sayeda Mojgan Mostafavi said the agreement with institute for peace, media and good governance would ease media-related researches, media ratings, improvement of social media activities and other media in Afghanistan.
Meanwhile head of the institute vowed to spare no effort in implementation of the agreement in close coordination with Ministry of Information and Culture. According to deputy minister, the agreement between Hajer International Organization and deputy ministry of publication would ease cooperation in holding of antihuman trafficking building programs in the country’s major provinces of Kabul, Nangarhar, Herat and Balkh. The third agreement with Administrative reform and civil service commission to facilitate media licensing in the capital Kabul and other provinces of the country. Meanwhile, Ahmad Masoud Tokhi, general director of the civil services of the administrative reform commission emphasized on his organization’s continued cooperation with the deputy ministry of publication, the agency added.
Monday, February 13, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Ministry of Foreign Affair’s (MoFA) deputy minister of administration Dr. Nasir Ahmad Andisha met Zardasht Shams, deputy minister of administration, finance and tourism of the Ministry of Information and Culture (MoIC) here yesterday, the MoFA said in a statement.
According to the statement, both sides discussed establishment of cultural attaches in European countries and activities of UNESCO related activities at Afghan embassy in France.
Meanwhile MoIC’s deputy minister handed over the highest state medal of Sayed Jamluddin Afghan, which had earlier conferred to Dr. Mohammad Omarah , one of the elite researchers of the Islam community by the President of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, to Nasir Ahmad Andisha in order to be sent to Cairo, statement concluded.
Sunday, February 12, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Artists of Zahak house performed their art shows titled ‘it is enough’ in Kabul.
In the art shows including singing, sport actions and holding photo exhibitions, artists tried to show social violence and ways to reach peace, pains of immigration, violence and war in their performance.
At the beginning of the show, head of Zahak house Sayed Mehdi Zahak considered aim of the art program to support peace, reduce violence and showing difficulties of immigration.
Acting minister of information and culture Dr. Kamal Sadat considered role of such art programs in support of peace and reduction of violence as beneficial, adding that holding such art programs could be one of ways of counter violence and war in the country.
Saturday, February 11, 2017
Kabul (BNA) Dr. Kamal Sadat Acting Minister of Information and Culture insisted on exercising of the President’s instructions in particular for addressing deprived provinces.
In a session held Wednesday evening with participation of leading body and directors of the respective ministry, Dr. Sadat enumerated attention to cultural, publication, terrorism sections and youth of Paktika as top working program of the information and culture ministry for coming solar year, asserting that the country’s President has instructed ministry of information and culture and all government institutions to put Paktika in their top working programs.
Deputy of youth affairs has adopted complete preparations for implementation of its projects in youth sector in Paktika province.
Meanwhile, deputy minister of cultural affairs for information and culture Rasoul Bawari said that surveying historic monuments, creating local libraries, holding seminar on Paktika and all other programs were underway for Paktika and would be implemented based on the program.