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Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Prof. Mohammad Rasoul Bawari, the acting minister of information and culture has urged the removal of the Capacity Building Reforms (CBR) and acceleration of the implementation process, BNA reported Tuesday.
Speaking at the meeting held by the CBR committee of the ministry of information and culture, the acting minister said his ministry needed the process to help beef up the capacity of the ministry’s employees and insisted that the process should be accelerated and any challenges facing it should be removed, the state-owned agency added.
Meanwhile, Associate Prof Sayeda Muzgan Mostafavi, deputy to the finance, administrative and tourism said that by implementation of the CBR process, professional cadres should be absorbed at the ministry.  She said the officials of the ministry, by distribution of jobs should help accelerate implementation of the process, the agency said.
 

Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Five documentary films encompassing life of Chinese in Afghanistan was screened in ministry of information and culture. 
The films have been promoted by Kabul News TV network in cooperation with Chinese embassy to Kabul.  In a ceremony held yesterday on this occasion, head of Kabul News TV network Ghulam Jailani Zhwak said in the films life of Chinese based in Afghanistan has been screened.  According to head of the respective TV network, the films aim at further expansion of cultural cooperation between Afghanistan and China as well as introduction of the two countries to the people of each one.   In the ceremony, deputy minister of finance, administrative and tourism for information and culture associate Prof. Sayeda Mojgan Mustafasvi and the Chinese ambassador to Kabul spoke related to the films and regarded the films as key in expansion of relations between the two countries.
 

Monday, December 04, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Deputy to the ministry of information and culture on publications affairs, Fazel Sancharaki in a meeting with the Pakistani reporters said that media should play key role in tightening relation between the nations, BNA reported the other day.
The agency quoted him as saying that the two countries’ media should make effort to enhance and expand good relation between the governments of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
According to the deputy minister, both Afghanistan and Pakistan have common religious and cultural and old relations, but due to some reasons, the relations have gotten colder, but the media of the countries could play their role in revitalization of the relation between the two countries.
Media cooperation can remain helpful and play effective role in two fields; first in bringing the two countries closers in war on extremism and second expansion of relations between the two countries’ governments, said Sancharaki.
In a query to one of a Pakistani reporters’ questions, he said insecurity and the wicked consecutives have laid negative impact on the two countries relations, but such visiting can reduce and overcome the problems. One of the Pakistan visiting media delegation members, Rahimullah Yousufzai said that they would do their best to reduce the challenges and continue to expand relation between the two countries.
Sancharaki also went on as saying that Pakistan as a close neighbor, should honestly behave with Afghanistan and the countries’ media section can increase the expectation.
The Pakistan media delegation had visited Afghanistan with the aim of improving relation between the two countries.
 

Monday, December 04, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Afghanistan Youth Creative Council was opened in Kabul in presence of 102 inventors countrywide.
In a ceremony held on this occasion at MoIC, inventors in the ceremony asked the government for supporting the council. Fazil Sancharaki, Deputy Minister of Publication Affairs for Information and Culture opened the council and asserted that Afghanistan needed innovation and a necessary facilitation should be paved for young inventors in order to develop their creativities.
In the ceremony, acting minister of information and culture Dr. Kamal Sadat said that Afghanistan Youth Creative Council was a connecting place for Afghanistan inventors, adding that Afghanistan could be self-sufficient in this regard if Afghan young inventors were supported and further facilities were provided for them.
Dr. Sadat further said that deputy ministry of youth affairs would support the Afghan young inventors, stressing that he would try to pave the way for meeting of the inventors with the country’s President and chief executive so that their problems would easily be shared with the government.
Mohammad Tariq Haidari, from Herat and is now in Kabul criticized the government for not attention to Afghan young inventors, adding that he has made wind turbine having the capacity of 50 kilowatts power.
 

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