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Saturday March 18, 2017

Kabul (BNA) CE Dr. Abdullah Abdullah and the leadership of the ministry of information and culture warmly congratulated Hoot 27 (coinciding March 27) as the Journalist Day, BNA reported the other day.
According to the agency, Dr. Abdullah, congratulating the day to the journalists and media outlets and hailed their efforts in protection of the country’s national interests and values, not less than the security forces. “Journalists and media, in the last 15 years, tried their best to institutionalize freedom of expression and implementation of the new and democratic values and victimized their lives,” said the CE as quoted by the agency. He said terrorists didn’t spare any effort to massacre journalists everywhere found and threatened them to prevent their activities in the way of providing the mass with exact information, but they dared any threat and danger to continue their activities, the agency quoted.
He said the government leadership would provide full support to the journalist and the media outlet with all force possible. The agency also reported that the leadership of the ministry of information and culture also congratulated the day to the country’s entire journalists and media outlets and called freedom of expression and press as one of the major achievements in the country, particularly in the recent decade. The ministry of information and culture calls supporting media as one of its top responsibilities and remain committed to provide better ground for media activities, based on the country’s law, through which any citizen could get access to accurate information.
 

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Head of the US institute of Eastern Studies of the University of Chicago, Gil Steen pointing to the results of the imitative training in the fields of archeology, historical relics and cultural heritages protection said the university planned to provide different programs in these fields like those carried out for the national museum and archeology, Bakhtar News Agency reported.
According to the agency, Acting Minister of Information and Culture, Mohamad Rassoul Bawari thanked the cooperation of the US institute of Eastern Studies of the University of Chicago, recalled the problems regarding the Mis Ainak projects and other areas of the country and said due to lack of professional staffs and experienced, the projects faced by many challenges.
He asked the Institute to continue cooperation with the ministry in the field of training skilled personnel, the agency said.
 

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Dr. Kamal Sadat, deputy to the youth affairs of the ministry of information and culture has left for China to inaugurate Bakhtar Treasury Expo, BNA reported the other day.
According to the state ran agency, the expo which is expected to be inaugurated in The National Museum of the People’s Republic of China today (Wednesday) and would continue for one month.
 

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Kabul (BNA) International Women Day was marked in the International Press Hall of the ministry of information and culture, during which Prof. Mohammad Rassoul Bawari, the acting minister and deputy to the cultural affairs of the ministry congratulated it to the entire ministry female staffs, BNA reported Tuesday.
He said woman should be known for their identity not only for being a woman and that the women should get access to economic self-rule. “Their access to their rights would help reduce violence against women and the goal would be reached when the level of the women access to education were increased,” he added.
Deputy finance and administrative affairs of the ministry of information and culture, Assistant Prof. Sayeda Mojgan Mostafavi also delivered speech in the meeting as saying: “Under the holy Islamic teachings, the criterion of excellence was only virtue.”
She added that the MoIC leadership was making effort to solve all problems facing women staff and employees of the ministry, the agency said.
Deputy to the publication affairs of the ministry, Sayed Hussain Fazel Sancharaki said that vicious traditions have made difficult the atmosphere for women entrance in the society and overcoming it was not too much easy and needed comprehensive and multi-dimension efforts.
Mahbooba Sadat, Gender Manger of the ministry, who had initiated the conference for holding international women day said: “We had competent women in our history, from whom, we must learn and should find the main source of our past.”
She said, “We have heroine women in our country, who lost two of their sons in the way to defend the country,” quoted the agency.
 

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