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“No Live, Brilliance Wherever No Book,” Bawari

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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Kabul (BNA)  Prof. Mohammad Rassoul Bawari in a meeting held to mark the Book Week and the sixth study of the book exhibition organized by the ministry of information and culture, said there was no life and brilliance, wherever is not book, the BNA reported the other day.
Cooperated by the Guetta Institute and Safe Children entity as well as 15 independent publishers, the exhibition was held at the Kabul University Library showing up to 2,000 various books, said the agency.
First, a message from President Ghani was read out on the occasion, hailing the ministry of information and culture for making effort to popularize book reading culture by assigning the last week of Saur (May second week) each year, the agency quoted.
Prof. Mohammad Rassoul Bawari during his speech said the ministry of information and culture’s main target was to further grow the culture of book reading in the country, through publishing and exhibiting books.
He said the ministry supported the publishers and is ready to serve them despite little facilities, the agency added.
Bawari also said the ministry would provide cooperation with the private sector in publishing books and indefinitely support them in this field, said the ministry. A publisher, attended the ceremony thanked the ministry for holding such a meeting on book reading culture popularization, asked for banning book smuggling and suggested that a proper book market should be provided and land for the printing presses should be distributed, said the agency.
 

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